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Hardy hibiscus winter sown

Posted by floodthelast 5 N. OH (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 21, 10 at 22:02

So today I decided to divide my clump of hardy hibiscus plants that I winter sowed hunk o seed style last year. It turns out I have 13 hardy hibiscus that survived the harsh Ohio winter. I had no idea there were that many plants in my little bunch. I just stuck them in a pot to overwinter. I'm glad I pulled them apart today. They all had nice long roots and I hope to share the adults with my Mother and family. I'm really impressed with how well many of my winter sown perennials are doing this spring.

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RE: Hardy hibiscus winter sown

That's awesome that there were so many in the one pot! I've WSown hardy hibiscus successfully before, but last winter I tried, with old seed, and nothing came up. I haven't done any this year yet. I should. I have soooo much space to fill.

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