«Les Semences Marie-Victorin» suggests a collection of native plant seeds that will entice the amateurs for the products of our horticultural heritage.
Prunus virginiana produces an abundance of bright fruits that birds feed on. They can also be picked to make jams. This small native tree is easy to produce, grows rapidly and tolerates poor soils.
cool or dry
Mix seeds with an equal amount of damp sand or vermiculite. Place the mixture in a sealed plastic bag. Store the bag in a refrigerator or cool storage room for 90 days. Sow seeds when there is no risk of ground frost. Or plant the seeds outdoors during the fall. Germination will occur the following spring or later on.
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