rosa hugonis from seed?
I've been trying for several years to germinate seeds from my R. hugonis. First problem is - it sets very few seeds. What I do:
1)Clean seeds away from pulp
2)Plant in seed starting mix that has been dampened with a solution of 1T hydrogen peroxide/1c water.
3)Leave at room temperature 90 days. I use plastic containers with clear lids, a few holes poked in the top for ventilation, a few holes poked in the bottom for drainage. Container never dries out.
4)Transfer container to fridge for 90 days.
5)Remove, put outside and wait for germination.
Now this has worked wonderfully for R. glauca and R. acicularis. Any ideas on how I can make it work for R. hugonis?