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Just putting my Oleanders in the cold greenhouse for the winter and
noticed have some green seed pods on one of them.

How do I treat the seed, i.e. when is it ripe? and how & when do I sow
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Bookworm writes
Just putting my Oleanders in the cold greenhouse for the winter and
noticed have some green seed pods on one of them.

How do I treat the seed, i.e. when is it ripe? and how & when do I sow
them.



I thought these were poisonous?
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"Bookworm" wrote in message
oups.com...
Just putting my Oleanders in the cold greenhouse for the winter and
noticed have some green seed pods on one of them.

How do I treat the seed, i.e. when is it ripe? and how & when do I sow
them.



Someione else asking the same question:
http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/l...4231320.html?3

Jenny


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"Janet Tweedy" wrote in message
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In article .com,
Bookworm writes
Just putting my Oleanders in the cold greenhouse for the winter and
noticed have some green seed pods on one of them.

How do I treat the seed, i.e. when is it ripe? and how & when do I sow
them.



I thought these were poisonous?
--
Janet Tweedy
Dalmatian Telegraph
http://www.lancedal.demon.co.uk


They are!
I waited until the pods split open then sowed in a soil based compost placed
in the shade inside an unheated greenhouse, lots of germination but all
pretty boring colours and flower sizes.

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Charlie, gardening in Cornwall.
http://www.roselandhouse.co.uk
Holders of National Plant Collections of Clematis viticella (cvs) and
Lapageria rosea




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