Growing baptisia from seed
Anyone do this? I have a goodly amount of seed to sow. Here are my questions.
I have read about its long taproot and aversion to transplanting, so wonder if it would be best to sow it in situ. Pots better? (Deep pots?)
Should I sow/grow it in clumps or should I thin to just one seedling? Naturally, I want to encourage it to clump up as quickly as possible, but don't want multiple seedlings to choke themselves out, if that happens.
Does it need scarification? Would I do well to sow it now while it's cold or should I wait until it warms up in the spring?
Thanks for any help you can give me.