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Annuals: Needs Dark to Germinate???

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Perrysburg, OH
(Zone 5a)

March 20, 2002
10:05 AM

Post #25235

Off the top of your heads, what annual seeds need dark to germinate? I've got alot started and a few aren't doing anything yet, I thought usually the packets specify if they need dark to germinate, but I was just curious. The seeds I'm questioning in particular are annual poppies, purple basil, nicotiana, cobacea, and cleome.

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