Has anyone ever tried to grow sang inside their home? I know it may be rediculas but, I was wondering. My kitchen faces north/ northeastern and the wife puts her plants back there and they do nicely. I thought about sticking a few seeds in a few pots just to see how they do. Any thoughts?
Hunter, I have planted a few roots inside in pots(late winter) and they do fine.The only thing is they have to be exposed to the cold period for them to come back the next year, so you would have to put them back outside each fall and then bring them back in next spring.Your seeds need the same warm cold warm periods to finish maturing and germinate.
\"dr.konsler found that most seedlings will sprout in the spring if they have been exposed to at least 45 days of temperatures at 36 degrees F or to at least 60 days at 48 degrees F. Without cold stimulation below 49 degrees F, the roots did not sprout regardless of exposure time.\"