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Spring collected hibiscus seeds-viable?

Posted by Justine_London 5b-6a On.,Can. (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 12, 05 at 8:42

Good day,
I've "plucked" approx. 20 seeed pods/clusters from my dormant rose-of-sharon hibiscus shrub. It has a lovely double-white flower. Can I sow this harvested seed? ( it wintered-over on the plant) Is it a viable seed, or should I have harvested the seed clusters last fall before the freexing temperatures came? I only want to use this for a seed-exchange if it will possibly grow....Thanks for any assistance for this new-to-seed saver.
great, gardening, to all, Justsine


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RE: Spring collected hibiscus seeds-viable?

  • Posted by Nurmey 5 Omaha, NE (My Page) on
    Tue, Apr 12, 05 at 19:16

Seeds over-winter on the plant should be fine and no reason that they won't be viable. Have fun on the exchange!


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RE: Spring collected hibiscus seeds-viable?

Thanks :o)
g.g.t.a., Justine


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