Cleavers (Galium aparine), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Family: Madder (Rubiaceae)
Annual. 90 days to maturity
Creeping and clinging self-seeding ground dweller native to fields, woods and waste places of North America and Europe. Traditonal usage (TWM): lymphatic, spring tonic. Plant prefers regular garden soil or woodland soils, shade to sun. Sow in pots or directly in the prepared seed bed. May take up to 60 days to germ, and germinates best in cool soils. Give 30 days cold, moist refrigeration (place seeds in a plastic bag with moist potting soil, coir or peat) before sowing in standard greenhouse scenario for best results when using controlled planting technique. Otherwise scatter the seed on open ground and press in–the seeds will respond when conditions are right.
30 seeds/pkt., Certified Organically Grown
Can one grow Cleaver in Zone 9B (Arizona, North Phoenix)? Which month should I start grow from seeds?
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Richo Cech –
hello lu, cleavers is a simple winter annual in z 9 phoenix. Start the seeds in the fall. they can take months to germ. they will mature during your short spring. r