I sowed some Cerinthe seeds this afternoon. However, a little later I read online that they should be soaked for 12 hours? Is this necessary and do I need to re-sow them? No experience of Cerinthe.
I sowed some last week , sent by a Forum member. She informed me that she never soaks, so I didn't either.
They self seed in the garden,and nobody soaks those seeds beforehand.
I've never soaked and they germinate well.
Thank you both I'll look forward to them coming up.
I never use heat Charlie. It discourages some seeds and only tropicals are likely to need it.
I set cerinthes in a pot of compost, not deeply buried, around March sometime, in the cold GH and wait
Where are they now CB?
Always worth a go I think.
I received some seeds from another forum member and didn't soak them. They are in my little plastic mini greenhouse and they have germinated and look really healthy.