Roystonea regia 25 seeds

2,50

Roystonea regia 25 seeds

2,50

Germinates only at higher temperatures of 25 – 35 °C, and germinates after 5 to 8 weeks. Presumably, a seedling does not tolerate standing permanently in full sun. Does not tolerate frost. However, it grows quickly, and the Roystonea is considered by many to be the most beautiful palm in the world. For this reason, he was given the name “King’s Palm” – and is frequently planted in the more chic establishments. The seeds of Roystonea regia germinate best at a temperature of 25-35C°. To do this, take a container (with holes in the bottom) and fill it with sowing and cutting soil. Then sow the seeds at an equal distance from each other. You can sow 25 seeds in a pot with a diameter of 20 cm. Make sure the seeds are well covered. Water well once, cover with cling film or aluminum foil and then put away in a warm place. If you span the foil well, you normally do not have to water again. The seeds usually germinate after 1 to 2 months. If you don’t see anything yet, you probably need to be patient.
When the seeds germinate, the foil can be removed and you put them in a light but warm place so that the other seeds can continue to germinate. If the seedlings have 1 to 2 leaves, you can separate them one by one. Put this in a large container with water or wheelbarrow, and loosen the soil so that the roots do not break. Transplant them into small pots. Pay particular attention to the depth. 18 centimeters is ideal. This time you can use potting soil

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Germinates only at higher temperatures of 25 – 35 °C, and germinates after 5 to 8 weeks. Presumably, a seedling does not tolerate standing permanently in full sun. Does not tolerate frost. However, it grows quickly, and the Roystonea is considered by many to be the most beautiful palm in the world. For this reason, he was given the name “King’s Palm” – and is frequently planted in the more chic establishments. The seeds of Roystonea regia germinate best at a temperature of 25-35C°. To do this, take a container (with holes in the bottom) and fill it with sowing and cutting soil. Then sow the seeds at an equal distance from each other. You can sow 25 seeds in a pot with a diameter of 20 cm. Make sure the seeds are well covered. Water well once, cover with cling film or aluminum foil and then put away in a warm place. If you span the foil well, you normally do not have to water again. The seeds usually germinate after 1 to 2 months. If you don’t see anything yet, you probably need to be patient.
When the seeds germinate, the foil can be removed and you put them in a light but warm place so that the other seeds can continue to germinate. If the seedlings have 1 to 2 leaves, you can separate them one by one. Put this in a large container with water or wheelbarrow, and loosen the soil so that the roots do not break. Transplant them into small pots. Pay particular attention to the depth. 18 centimeters is ideal. This time you can use potting soil

Additional information

Weight 0,0200 kg
USDA zone

Zone 10: -1.1 to + 4.4 degrees

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