how far apart for texas star hib seedlings

mallowmallow(z8 OR)July 27, 2005

hi..i have several texas star hibiscus seedlings to plant far apart should i plant them and what would be a good maximum effect...thanks..pam

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My experience is they grow tall and not wide. If you want a continuous row or bed of Texas Star, I would suggest you plant them about 30-36 inches apart (centers). Even at that distance they may not completely fill-in. Be sure to plant in full sun.

    Bookmark   July 27, 2005 at 11:14PM
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mallowmallow(z8 OR)

hi tsmith...ok thanks for info :)) pam

    Bookmark   July 28, 2005 at 9:04PM
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