Forgot to germinate . . .

Discussion in 'Absolute Beginners' started by DeYFuSE, Apr 13, 2002.

  1. Well i planted a bag of seeds I got off a pretty nice size bud.. and im wondering since I didnt germinate them.. if they will even sprout?? .. i planted them outdoors... so wouldnt they automatically germinate themselves or somthing??
     
  2. In theory, yes, they should germinate. If all seeds needed to soak in a glass of water for 24 hours before being planted the world would be a pretty barren place. :) However, it's a safer bet to wait for them to germinate before you plant them because you can confirm that the seeds are viable.

    A word of warning about planting seeds outside - you're at the mercy of the weather and animals. If you get a heavy rain your seeds might get washed away and lost. And there's the possibility of birds snacking on them too. That's why it's usually a safer bet to wait until you have seedlings before planting outside.

    Keep the soil moist and cross your fingers...with any luck they'll sprout just fine.
     

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