How to Grow Rhodochiton From Seed

How to Grow Rhodochiton From Seed

Rhodochiton is a twining perennial that yields purple blossoms that will add a splash of color throughout the summer and autumn months. Rhodochiton yields blossoms hanging basket or add flair to a container garden or that enhance the attractiveness of a backyard garden. The plant grows in Zones 9 and 10.

Fill in a tray.

Sprinkle rhodochiton seeds over the ground, spreading them evenly. Gently press the seeds.

Fill a spray bottle until it is moist and mist the soil.

Cover with plastic wrap and place it into a sunny and hot spot indoors. The seeds should have a minimum of 8 hours of sun each day to encourage them .

Take the plastic wrap off the seeds germinate, which can take.

Water the seeds two or three times per week before the temperature begins to stay above 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

Transplant each sprout into pots. Fill a pot with potting soil and make a small hole. Put a sprout and cover with potting soil. Water well.

Poke a trellis into the ground toward the rear of the kettle to encourage the rhodochiton to twine.

Set the pot. The plants need full sun to flourish.

Water your rhodochiton regularly to keep the soil moist so the roots can establish themselves.

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