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Planting seeds from Crepe Myrtle!

This is a reply to your e-mail to confirm my order. I hope to make many more. Im glad to become a member of Greenwood Nursery. I do have one thing to ask; can you plant seeds from a Crepemyrtle Plant? If so when is a good time and how do you go about doing it? Hope you can help me with this.

Thanks a lot.

Dennis,

Here is some information from one of my books. Seeds supposedly germinate best if given 30 to 45 day cold treatment before sowing; however, you can also collect seeds in January and sow them immediately with excellent germination taking place in 2 to 3 weeks. Most plants are propagated softwood and hardwood cuttings.

Kind regards Steve Jones



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