|I have some hibiscus seeds I would like to plant. Do I have to start them and wait to get seedlings before transplanting or can I just plant the seeds? When should I do this- Spring or Fall?
|Answer from NGA
May 2, 2009
|You can plant your hibiscus seeds directly outdoors about the middle of May in your growing region. They should sprout within 10-14 days. Be sure to keep the area moist but not soggy wet while the seeds are germinating. Enjoy your garden!
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