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To stratify the ginseng seeds place them in between 2 equal layers of sand. Cover the container with a cloth and refrigerate the seeds for 6 months.
After 6 to 8 months are over, remove the seeds from refrigerator. Some of the seeds may have decayed; discard them. The seeds that have grown in size and started sprouting will be best for planting.
Ginseng can be grown as a potted plant. Take 8 inches of well draining soil in a pot. Plant the seeds 3 inches under the soil.
Water the ginseng regularly for 6 months because that is the time it will sprout and grow into a plant.
Ginseng plants like moderate sunshine. So keep them in indirect sunlight every day. You might notice some fresh berries of ginseng a year after planting the seeds.
You can harvest these berries immediately.