Lysimachia atropurpurea (Burgundy Loosestrife) [15 Seeds]
Germination Information: I recommend these seeds only for patient gardeners, because this species may take several weeks (or possibly even a couple months) to sprout , and germination may be erratic (not happening all at once). You can start them indoors in late winter to early spring, but since the plants won’t flower until the second year, you could instead use your indoor space for other seeds and wait until early to midsummer to start these in a pot outdoors. Surface-sow them (just press them into the surface of your seed-starting mix) and keep evenly moist. Move the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle, then transplant them to your garden in late summer to early fall.
I have also had luck starting burgundy loosestrife with the winter-sowing approach. (Seeds I sowed on January 7 began sprouting on April 6. Your experience may vary.)
Note that this information will not be on the seed packet you receive.
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