Capparis Spinosa, var. inermis

gardenunusual(5b)February 11, 2011

Hi everyone!

Just picked these up today. Everything I've read says to cold stratify a long time, and are difficult to germinate. Anyone winter sow these and get flowers the first year?

Seems like a fun challenge to try them. I bet they taste better than the pickled ones in a jar.

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Capers? Anyone?

    Bookmark   February 12, 2011 at 8:52PM
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