Sprouting Moonflower Seeds

Surprisingly I have had great luck sprouting moonflower seeds which are six years old between pieces of moist paper towel. Then I will transfer to peat pots. My question is this, when one sprouts, it sends out a white worm like looking thing. It grows. Will this be the future root? If so, I should place in plant with that part going down, right? Thanks!


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March 29, 20161 found this helpful

I, too have great luck sprouting Moonflower vine seed. See picture, here. www.thriftyfun.com/Test-Seeds-For-Viability.html I don't know why you would germinate the seeds on paper towels and have to transfer them to peat pots when they would germinate just as easily in the peat pots. They should be kept constantly moist but not wet in a temperature of 75/80 degrees.

As you have already sprouted the seeds on towels, yes, that 'worm' like growth should be facing down. Even sideways would be OK. The seed knows which way to continue it's root growth.

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March 30, 20160 found this helpful

Thankyou! I am changing my sprouting technique!!

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