If starting indoors, mix seeds with damp sand or a folded paper towel in a plastic bag and place in a refrigerator for 6-8 weeks so they experience an extended period of cold temperatures. After that, move them to room temperature and observe closely for germination. Keep moist. Once they germinate, prick the seedlings out into pots.
Plant out after the last frost and mulch well with leaves of deciduous trees (not conifers). Amend clay soils as needed to improve drainage. Harvest sparingly for the first two years so the plants can become established. In the right environment, they will spread and proliferate in subsequent years.
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