Kindly, take a look and fall in love with saplings proudly 😊
Another achievement in my garden. I managed to propagate a few Adeniums seedlings. Here is a step wise procedure on how to do it.
Step 1. When you observe a pod formation on the plant, tie it up. The pod is tied up so that the Adeniums seeds do not fly away when the pod bursts open.
Step 2. Pluck off the pod from the plant when you notice is dry enough and trying to break open.
Step 3. Carefully remove out the tiny seedlings with their pretty furry wings from the pod.
Step 4. Separate the seed from the furry wings.
Step 5. Prepare a simple soil mix with soil and a little cockpit. Place the seeds on the soil mix.
Step 6. Cover up the seeds with a layer of soil. This is required because the seeds are very very light……Can just fly off with a breath.
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