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Germinating Hibbertia scandens

Posted by khabbab 10b (muhammad.khabbab@gmail.com) on
Thu, May 17, 12 at 8:02

Hi.

I got some seeds of Hibbertia scandens an Australian climber. I am reluctant to sow these as temperature is very high here, around 40C outside and 25-30C indoors. Should i wait for temperatures to come down or these seeds would happily germinate indoors?

Regards,
Khabbab
http://www.lahoregardening.com


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RE: Germinating Hibbertia scandens

the soil temperature is much more important than air temp.
For germination the soil temp should be between 19 & 24C
adjust four sowing the seed to match the correct SOIL temp.


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