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I have a cherry seeds roots like growth on the pointed ends and seeds started open. So i do not know what suppose look like rooted seeds?

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  • I have a cherry seeds roots like growth on the pointed ends and seeds started open. So i do not know what suppose look like rooted seeds?


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Answer #1 | 17/11 2016 22:49
It looks like this https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/30952081241/in/dateposted-public/ once planted starts growing http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ISUaQpJ7HVY/VAytTlE2xFI/AAAAAAAAAqc/0BVW_Wt9xco/s1600/156.JPG
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Answer #2 | 18/11 2016 14:38
You should consult a garden store
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Answer #3 | 17/11 2016 16:34
No
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Answer #4 | 17/11 2016 16:36
http://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/ Here's a chart, it will go by your zip code.
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Answer #5 | 17/11 2016 16:34
Yes, it still matters, unless your garden has some kind of shelter that makes it equivalent or almost equivalent to a greenhouse. You do find plants that are borderline for your zone, are really better suited to a warmer zone, but can do fine in your zone if they are in a sheltered sunny spot such as the south wall of a house, whereas they might not survive 200 feet away on a windy hilltop. If you have a raised bed garden, those do tend to warm up a little sooner in spring than gardens which are not raised.
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Answer #6 | 17/11 2016 13:27
http://www.plantmaps.com/hardiness-zones-for-prince-georges-county-maryland your zone 7 just not sure what sub zone you are the link will show you a map just look for your home!
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