Suru Tree, Australian pine - 0.5 Kg Seeds
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Growing a Suru Tree, Australian pine tree from seed is easy. Worldwide, there are many varieties of Suru Tree, Australian pine. Many are native to Sunset Climate Zones. Others that grow well in Sunset Climate Zones have been introduced from other countries with similar climates, including Japan, China and Australia.
How to grow Suru Tree/Australian pine from seeds:
Store seed in the freezer. Remove the seed from the freezer approximately 30 to 60 days before the last spring freeze. Allow the seeds to warm naturally to room temperature. Place the seeds in a glass bowl of lukewarm water and soak for 24 to 48 hours.
Drain the seeds but do not let them dry out completely. Place moist seeds in a zipper-top plastic bag and place in the vegetable drawer of the refrigerator for 60 to 90 days. Do not allow the seeds to freeze. After the seeds have stratified for 60 to 90 days, remove from the refrigerator.
- Prepare a potting mixture of 3 parts potting soil, 1 part peat moss, 1 part pine bark and 1 part garden sand. (Do not use beach sand which may contain salt.) Fill 4 in. pots with good drainage with the potting mixture. Place 1 seed in each pot. Cover the seed with 1/4 of potting mixture. Water well. Place in a full sun location, protected from the wind.
- Keep the soil mixture in the pots uniformly moist. Consistent, even moisture is critical to seed germination. Do not allow the surface of the soil to dry out completely. As seeds germinate and develop, water daily. When seedlings are 8 to 12 inches tall, they are ready for repotting or transplanting to a permanent location.
When selecting pots for planting your seeds, select above 4-inch starter pots. When you are ready to transplant/place the young plant in a container for indoor cultivation, a large container for patio growing or in a permanent outdoor spot in the yard, simply plant, without disturbing the roots, by planting the fiber pot in the new growing media. The roots will grow through the fiber and the tender young tree does not have to experience the shock of transplanting.