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Arizona yellow bells

Posted by DesertAddie Z9 Tucson AZ (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 2, 05 at 16:22

Has anyone ever successfully started new plants from the seeds? If so, your guidelines,please.


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RE: Arizona yellow bells

DesertAddie, I just asked the same question last week LOL! I guess great minds think alike!

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Here is a link that might be useful: Yellow bells / Tecoma Stans


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RE: Arizona yellow bells

Desert Addie & Trolip.. I did that about 3-4 weeks ago. Collected the pods after they dried from the main plant. Tons of seeds from each pod. Mixed 1 part vermiculite & 1 part Perlite. Punched hole at ottom of 5 oz plastic drinking cups. filled with the mixed mediuim, dropped 4-8 seeds on top, covered with thin layer of medium. seeds were burried about 1/4" top. Placed on window sill (got 3-4 hrs sun daily). They sprouted from 7-10 days and are now about 2 inches tall. They say they should be "hardened" prior to planting oudoors by placing them outdoors for around 2 hrs per day (i don't know how long) prior to planting. At this time I don't know how long I'll wait to plant so still on window sill. Let me know if you do it...


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