Question by  mturk9000 (33)

How do you germinate plum seeds for planting?


Answer by  Anonymous

They require stratification first i. e. overwintering. this can be reproduced artificially by putting them in the fridge for a couple of months before planting them in the spring. Alternatively you can just plant them in the autumn and let nature do it.


Answer by  Melva (159)

Plum seeds are ready for germination once they are dried out, put them on a window sill in a ziplock bag with holes poked in it and dry them out.


Answer by  Fayevonthaden (20)

This type of seed requires a period of being dormant. The seed is planted in soil with a top dressing of compost. The container is then placed outside over the winter. In the spring you keep the soil moist until the seeds sprout. I found one instance of a person getting plums from this seed method.


Answer by  Brandydog (631)

Plum seeds have a hard outer shell. This shell can be sofened by water, which helps the plant know it is spring and time to sprout. Keep it moist.


Answer by  Ashton (229)

To germinate plum seeds for planting is that require stratification and it can be done or reproduced artificially by keeping seed in fridge for few month.

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