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Seed Germination: How to germinate Ylang Ylang

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Fair Play, SC
(Zone 7b)

July 16, 2009
10:22 PM

Post #6828118

I want to sow seeds of Ylang Ylang and black coral pea, also Puya Alpestri-sapphire tower. Can anyone help me so I don't lose my seed for nothing? I'm new with tropical seeds. Also is this time of year ok to sow? I will keep in greenhouse over the winter.


Barnesville (Charle, GA
(Zone 8b)

September 19, 2009
11:01 PM

Post #7082201

c.ordorata in container. Sow seeds 1/4inch in moist potting soil. May take 3 months to germinate.
Be patient-keep soil moist and warm. Once seedling is 6inches tall. Transplant to individual
pot. Grows fairly quickly 3 foot in 2 years, take 3 more years to bloom.
hardy to zone 10.
I looked it up.
Hope this is one you wanted.

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