The quick and convenient step by step guide to growing your Alpine Toadflax from Seed!
Alpine Toadflax, also commonly called Linaria, is a tiny trailing perennial, often used as a low-growing ground cover plant. Alpine Toadflax establishes fairly easy, and has attractive green-gray foliage with bright biolate flowers. Alpine Toadflax grows well on rocky soils and also preforms nicely in containers or in the garden.
How to Grow Alpine Toadflax From Seed
# 1 | Before sowing Alpine Toadflax seeds, refrigerate the ground cover seeds for 2-3 weeks. Place the seeds in soil (a plastic bag works great) and put the seeds and soil into the fridge.
# 2 | After refrigeration, sow the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost in your area. The seeds are very small, so sprinkle the seeds into the soil and press down firmly with a flat palm.
# 3 | Keep moist until germination which should occur in 14-21 days.