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Eucalyptus

Posted by scarletsflowers zone 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 22, 14 at 22:29

These seeds are driving me mad. I've surfaced sowed after 2 weeks chilling in the fridge Eucalyptus Corymbia ficifolia seeds and so far nothing, there in a sandy medium with soil , i've got cling film over them as to where they wont dry out and i have them near a window to where they are getting diffused light. So far no success ...

Has anyone ever tried to grow these or might have some suggestions. I'm not sure why - yet - their not germinating.

Thanks again,
Scarlet, zone 8, wa.


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RE: Eucalyptus

About the only t hing I could locate online is that "Propagation of eucalyptus is by seed, using ripe seed capsules taken off trees."

I suspect they may need to be sown fresh. And not cold stratified.


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RE: Eucalyptus - more

"The A to Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants" says "Sow seed at 55-64 degrees F (13- 18C) in spring or summer."


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RE: Eucalyptus

Ah, that's probably wow, its been in the 80's most days. Thank you both so much! These seeds have really stumped me. It seemed everywhere i read the information was slightly different.

Thank you again:)


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