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20 HIBISCUS FLOWER SEEDS rare exotic bloom plant "Orange"

20 HIBISCUS FLOWER SEEDS rare exotic bloom plant "Orange"

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Includes: 20 Seeds, Instructions for germination and care.

Condition: DRIED, ZIP SEALED, AND SAFELY STORED

Germinating hibiscus seeds can be a rewarding but somewhat challenging process. Hibiscus seeds often have a hard outer coat that can be difficult to penetrate. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to germinate hibiscus seeds:

  1. Scarification: Many hibiscus seeds have a hard seed coat that can inhibit germination. To break this dormancy, you can scarify the seeds by gently scratching or nicking the seed coat with a nail file or sandpaper. This helps water penetrate the seed coat.

  2. Soaking: After scarification, you can soak the seeds in warm water for 24 hours. This will further soften the seed coat and promote germination.

  3. Planting: Fill small pots or seed trays with a well-draining seed-starting mix. Plant the scarified and soaked seeds about 1/4 inch deep in the soil. You can plant multiple seeds in each pot or tray. Cover the seeds with a thin layer of soil and gently press down to ensure good seed-to-soil contact.

  4. Temperature and Light: Place the pots or trays in a warm location with temperatures between 70-80°F (21-27°C). Provide bright, indirect light to the seeds. Avoid direct sunlight, which can be too harsh for young seedlings.

  5. Moisture: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Use a spray bottle to mist the soil surface to maintain moisture levels without disturbing the seeds.

  6. Germination Time: Hibiscus seeds can be slow to germinate, and it may take several weeks to a couple of months for them to sprout. Be patient and maintain the appropriate conditions.

  7. Transplanting: Once the seedlings have developed several true leaves and are large enough to handle, transplant them into individual pots or into the garden if the weather is suitable.

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