How to grow perennials from seed

Starting perennials from seed

Starting perennials from seed

Growing perennials from seed is an economical way to add new plants to your flowerbeds and borders. However, germinating perennial seeds successfully requires knowing how to break their dormancy.

This Garden Know How explains how to grow perennials from seed. Find out which seeds need to be started in moderate, cool or cold temperatures. You’ll also find other useful tips to keep your new perennials healthy and thriving. Soon you’ll be sharing homegrown phlox, delphiniums and columbines with family and friends.

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