How to germinate Ginkgo biloba seeds
3. Water the pots
After you are done with the sowing you should water the pots. We usually put them in a protected place, mainly because of mice and birds that will be delighted with your seeds. The rain, wind, frost and other elements will be beneficial for the natural dormancy breaking. As long as you keep the soil moist, and this is the main advice we can give: keep the soil moist, but never, ever soaked or the seeds will rot.
4. Enjoy your new trees
Germination can take a couple of months, depending on the season you sow, be patient. First, the seed will open and a root will grow into the soil. Only after that you will see the aerial part of the plant growing.
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