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Seed Germination: plumeria seeds

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ccb1108
Pelzer, SC

August 20, 2009
12:15 AM

Post #6966366

I have some plumeria seeds and was wondering when do I start them for next year. I live in SC, do they need a greenhouse?
Pagancat
(Sheryl) Gainesboro, TN
(Zone 6b)

August 20, 2009
1:22 AM

Post #6966704

I think they are hardy only to zone 9 and above, & then only if in a protected area. I saw them growing in Phoenix, but they were mostly next to buildings... so, not knowing what zone you're in, you probably need to at least be able to cover them.
ibartoo
Pawleys Island, SC

August 21, 2009
7:05 PM

Post #6973074

I live on the coast of Sc and I have to keep mine indoors for the winter. I am too chicken to leave them out to survive on their own.

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