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Hog Peanut

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Linton starts with ...
Hog Peanut - Amphicarpaea bracteata

I planted quite a lot of bulbils from a Hog Peanut plant over one month ago but none of them have sprouted.

I would like to know how long Hog Peanut seeds take to germinate. Thank you.
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2nd November 2015 11:19pm
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Joe2019 says...
Hi there:

Do you still have the Hog Peanut? I am interested of getting some, can you tell me where you got them from?

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Joe
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18th April 2019 2:57am
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Linton says...
That was nearly 4 years ago when I planted them but none of them ever germinated so I still don't have any Hog Peanuts. From memory the seller was in South Australia. Cheers!
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Joe2019 says...
Do you still have his/her contact details?

I know the hog peanut is tricky as it require a period of cold treatment and warm treatment.

I would love to have a go at growing them.

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Joe
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