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Tropical Zone Gardening: Germinating Pseudolithos seeds

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Jackson, MI

June 4, 2007
4:04 AM

Post #3572111

I would like to know if the average gardener has any tips on successfully growing Pseudolithos Cubiformis from seed. I would like to know from those that are not professional growers, just someone that starts tropical exotic plants such as these.
Marshall Islands
(Zone 11)

June 5, 2007
1:05 AM

Post #3575755

rottipet - from what I know (admittedly - not much), of these, they are more of a succulent than a tropical. I think they would get way too much water in the tropics - but I could be wrong and someone may pop in here and tell you just what you need to know. But you might want to post on the Propagation forum for a wider audience to your question.

Good luck!

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