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San Angelo, TX
(Zone 7b)

April 17, 2010
4:10 PM

Post #7713470

I got some seed pods of a Texas Laurel. What do I need to do?
Thanks, Elizabeth

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Lecanto, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 22, 2010
6:12 PM

Post #7989272

I soaked mine in some warm water and a little peroxide. It's transplanting the seedling to be careful with. Try not to break the root, plant it straight down and it will take care of itself.
Menifee, CA
(Zone 9a)

September 16, 2010
5:09 PM

Post #8103039

this is a little late, but the ones i recd were red and hard and had to be nicked to germinate. i only got one plant from the six seeds i planted, so i dont think i did it correctly.
Lecanto, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 6, 2010
9:14 AM

Post #8141029

Don't give up, 2 of my seeds took 2 months. I'd give it a whole year maybe longer, or take them out to knick them some more. I went to do that with some palm seeds and found out the squirrels took, probably the first day I planted them.

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