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Annuals: How To Plant Gerbera Daisy Seeds

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Eastlake, OH
(Zone 5a)

February 15, 2012
9:39 PM

Post #9008396

Bought some gerbera daisy seeds. I am not sure how to plant them. I use a sterile seed starting mix. Do I cover the seeds or not? I read if you saved the seeds, it had a fusy top to it. You left that sticking out and planted the rest. The seeds I got from New England seed, don't have that. I also read to plant them sideways. Please respnd if you have grown them from seed. Need germination temperature, if it requires light to germinate etc. Thank You in advance

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