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I figured as much, I haven't done any research on them yet, but I'll probably wait until winter to germinate.I got 100% germination with honey locust seeds. It was two full years back and I can't remember but they probably need pre treatment.
I ripped it off of a branch, it's 100% ground free.If the pod has touched the ground, inspect each seed for a tiny hole on one side indicating a bug laid an egg in there...
I was thinking that. I took one out to look at it last night and it legit looks like an uncooked black bean lol.They require either sanding/filing or placing into nearly boiling water, but they readily germinate if pre-treated. For now, just make sure they stay completely dry until you are ready.
hehe there is a thornless cultivar, and yes you have to sand the exterior coat of the seeds, if you put them in water and they bulk up they are readyHere; you'll need these for when you wire...
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