How do you grow nettles indoors?
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Thereof, how do you grow nettles?
Plant one to three seeds in peat pots filled with potting soil. Lightly cover them with ¼ inch of soil. Keep the growing stinging nettle seeds moist. Germination should occur by about 14 days.
Secondly, how do you transplant stinging nettles? You can also simply transplant some nettle plants to your yard in the fall. Cut back the nettle to about 10 inches tall and dig up the plant. Take it home and transplant it in the area you would like your patch. Mulch it well, remember nettle likes soil fertile with organic matter.
Also, where do Nettles like to grow?
Location – Stinging nettle typically grows wild in moist, nutrient rich soil on forest edges or alongside paths. It can grow in both full sun or part shade. Our main stinging nettle patch is thriving with about 4 hours of direct sunlight in the summer.
How do you dehydrate stinging nettles?
You can even dab the leaves dry with another towel if you're in a hurry. Now you're ready to dry your stinging nettle in the dehydrator or by air drying. Spread stems and leaves on the drying trays of a dehydrator. Set the temperature at its lowest setting (95°F or 35°C) and dry for 12 to 18 hours.