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20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World
20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors - Seed World

20 Giant Hibiscus Flower seed - 24 colors

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Growing Hibiscus From Seeds

Growing hibiscus from seed it's fun and easy,
save money by growing your own hibiscus potted plant, let's start:

Nick the Seed Coat

Nick the hard seed coat at the wider, rounded end of the seed with a clean craft knife.

Soak the Seeds

Soak the seeds in a small bowl of hot water for up to 24 hours. Begin the sowing process 12 weeks before your last expected spring frost.

Prep the Planting Tray

Fill a planting tray with moist seed-starting mix, usually a soil-less product that combines perlite, vermiculite, and peat moss.

Sow the Seeds

Sow the seeds 1/4 inch deep, firming the moist seed-starting mix over the seed. Place one seed per plug if your seed tray has inserts that hold the mix in separate 1- to 2-inch compartments. Otherwise, sow seeds a few inches apart so seedlings will be easy to remove later.

Keep Them Warm

Set the tray on a waterproof greenhouse heat mat set to 68 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit or in a room with the same temperature range.

Conserve Moisture

Cover the tray with its included clear plastic dome or with plastic wrap to keep moisture in.

Check the Seed Tray

Check the seed tray regularly over the one to three weeks it takes the seeds to germinate. Ensure the soil is moist but not soggy. Too-wet soil can cause the seeds to rot before they germinate.

Remove the Plastic

Remove the plastic when plants emerge and move the tray to a site where it receives bright, indirect sunlight.

Apply Fertilizer

Apply a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer mixed to half its recommended strength with every other watering after the seedlings produce their first true leaves – the first pair of leaves after

the initial seed leaves that emerge at germination. Water enough to keep the potting soil evenly moist, never letting it dry out or become waterlogged.

Transplant the Seedlings

Transplant the seedlings to separate 1-gallon containers filled with standard potting soil when they have at least three sets of leaves. Allow them to grow in a sheltered area for several weeks before transitioning them to their permanent outdoor location when all danger of frost has passed.