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Four O'clocks

Posted by rickardo 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 7, 11 at 20:05

I live in the denver area, zone 5. is it time to plant 4 o'clocks yet?


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RE: Four O'clocks

Speaking of Four-O-Clocks, do I want to plant them or are they a bit of a "thug" once started? I've read pros and cons about them. They would be kind of borderline perennials here in my Zone 7 area.
Rickardo, don't know what your weather is doing there, but they are heat-loving plants. Be sure and soak the seeds in warm water overnight to "jumpstart" their germination.

Jeanie


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RE: Four O'clocks

I direct sow four o clocks around mid May. Mine is limelight. Very low maintenance. I think it flowers early August. I'll have to check my pics.


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