The quick and convenient step by step guide to growing your burdock Seeds!
Burdock grows well in zones 2-10 and is cold hardy. In most planting zones burdock thrives and has the ability to self-seeds. You'll want to plant burdock in loamy soil with a neutral pH. The softer and looser your planting soil the easier time you'll have harvesting your burdock roots. Burdock roots can be deep, so if you have solid, compacted soil, you’ll find getting to them difficult.
How to Grow Burdock From Seeds!
#1 | Cover your burdock seeds 1/2″ deep in most soil. Tamp down your soil lightly.
# 2 | Your burdock seeds will germinate in as little as 7-14 days. Keep the soil damp until your burdock seeds germinates.
#3 | As long as the soil is loamy and well fertilized, the only other thing you'll need to worry about is to water your burdock regularly regularly.