Hardypalms Posted April 28, 2019 Report Share Posted April 28, 2019 Hi I am in a zone 7 (Atlanta-GA). I have acquired fresh T. fortunei seeds. I am going to plant 25 seeds in 2 large bins (made to grow vegetables) (Total 50 seeds). I was going once they reach decent seedling size to plant a batch in my yard and keep the other batch in my garage over winter to plant in the spring. I keep plants in my garage over winter every year and they do fine so I figure the seedlings should be fine too. Now for the batch that I am going to plant, I am a little nervous as they should be ready by the fall but by the time winter comes they might not have developed enough roots in the ground to survive. Need your thought about that if you may. Pat 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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