African Rare Baobab Seeds (Pack Of 15 Seeds) Bonsai Suitable High Quality seeds

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The baobab is the characteristic tree species of the dry savanna of the African lowlands south of the Sahara. It can grow 20 m (65ft) tall and develops a very massive, sometimes bottle-shaped trunk For bonsai, the baobab is a very interesting species which is not difficult to care for if its basic needs are fulfilled. As a pot plant or bonsai tree the baobab grows slowly and it can Be Your Friend Forever. These Seeds Are High Quality Spcially Selected For High Germination. method to grow: soak the seeds in water For 2 days then take a container, preferably about eight inches deep, and fill it with mixed media that is half organic potting soil and half sand. Humus works in place of sand as well, but when it’s time to transplant a sandier media is preferred for adequate drainage. Remember, baobabs enjoy dry, sandy soil. Organic potting soil and humus/sand can be purchased at your local home and garden supplier. Big box stores like Home Depot, Lowes, and Wal-Mart should supply these as well. 5. Once the seeds are scarified and the media is prepared. Bury the seeds in the soil at about an inch in depth. Space the planted seeds about 4 inches apart. 6. Place the sowed seeds by a window receiving moderate light with a constant temperature of 60-70° F. Do not cover the top of the container and avoid excess humidity. 7. Water the seeds by touch, when the soil feels slightly wet. Avoid overwatering and do not let the water stand by allowing adequate drainage. 8. Now for the waiting game. The seeds should germinate after about ten weeks. Keep watering the seedlings this whole time (see step 7). 9. When the seedlings sprout and reach a height of about four inches, transplant them into a new soil media containing half organic potting soil and half sand. 10. Congratulations! If you have reached this step, you have successfully propagated an African Baobab by seed. Enjoy it as an indoor plant, bonsai tree, or even an outdoor gem if your local climate is right.
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