1. Put seeds into 40 °C water for 24 hours. 2. Put seeds into very wet sand for germination. ( Generally it take more than 40 days. ) 3. Move it into soil after it sprouts.
Germination temperature: 20-25 °C Germination time: 40 days Growth optimum temperature: 10-25 °C Spacing : 20 * 20cm
Cover seeds with protective film and poke small holes into the top of it. Keep seeds covered in the daytime and uncover it at night. Take off the protective film when the seeds are half-germinated.
The plant will be in a state of dormancy in summer and the leaves will turn yellow. Beginners should use sand to cultivate the seeds. The seeds will grow slower in the sand,the plants will be the most vigorous in the future. If you tend to use other kind of soil, try to use the kind with good water permeability. For example, clay would not be a good choice. The soil should be disinfected by microwave oven before use.
The surface of the soil should not be too dry. When watering, all the soil should be wet and there is no need to water in a cloudy day.
The pot could be 6-8cm in depth, it can be an earthen basin or a plastic one. The volume of the soil should keep a distance of 1-2cm from the rim of the pot.
1. Please seeds stored in a cool, dry place.
2. The seed surface is 1-2 times the diameter of the seed.
3.Our seeds are very easy to cultivate and the survival rate is very high.
Chinese Wisteria grows very quickly. It can reach heights about 24 feet, depending on its location. If it's planted in a smaller container, it will remain small. In spring time, Chinese Wisteria produces a dramatic floral display as it leafs out and flowers with large, drooping racemes (grapelike clusters) of pink, fragrant flowers. Chinese Wisteria lives long and its trunk can become large and attractively gnarly with age.