The Siberian pea shrub is a deciduous, tough drought and cold tolerant shrub. This nitrogen-fixing shrub blooms with yellow flowers in spring that mature into edible pods. The Siberian pea shrub is often used for windbreaks, hedges, and erosion control. The Siberian pea shrub grows up to 15 feet tall.
Step by Step How to Grow Siberian Pea Shrub From Seeds!
# 1 | If you've obtained your seeds from Sacred Plant Co, they are already cold stratified, so you'll begin by soaking your Siberian Pea-Shrub seeds in warm water for 24 hours.
#2 | Sow your Siberian pea shrub seeds 1/4 inch deep, tamp your soil and keep moist by not soaking wet. It is strongly recommended that you mulch your Siberian pea shrub seedbed. Seeds prefer to germinate around 80 degrees. If your weather is fluctuating, starting the seeds indoors is the best option.
#3 | Your Siberian pea shrub seeds should germinate in 30-60 days.