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Transplanting of tip propagated plants

Posted by dawaynew NC 7 (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 25, 08 at 19:23

In August, I propagated several dinner plate hibiscus from a larger plant that has grown in my garden successfully for 3 years. The tips are now growing in containers and are roughly one foot in height.

Question...do I bring them inside this winter and continue to grow them in pots until the spring or is it okay to plant them outside and protect them with mulch?

Thanks


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RE: Transplanting of tip propagated plants

I would bring them inside for the winter and plant them outside in the spring.


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RE: Transplanting of tip propagated plants

I'm in Zone 7 too, and my new plants stay outside on my west facing front porch. They are sheltered from the worst of the freezes and I water only about once a month and they do fine in the pots.


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