Wild Olive

Germination

  • You will need to scarify the seed coat. Scarifying is the process of weakening the seed coat, so that water and oxygen can enter the seed, in turn, kick starting germination. Seeds will remain dormant if not exposed to these elements

    Scarifying can be achieved by gently rubbing the seed coat with sandpaper, you do not need to rub off the entire coating, just enough for water to enter.

NB: Only scarify the seed coat, do not damage the internal parts of the seed.

  • Place the seed into the expanded peat pellet (as per step 2 & 3 of the printed instructions included) no more than the height of the seed deep.
  • Place the growing pots in a warm, sunny and sheltered environment to germinate e.g. a covered patio with morning sun or a window sill with morning sun.
  • Water daily in the morning keeping the soil moist, not saturated.
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