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  • Growing four o’clocks indoors

    Created by Debbie on

    I live in Seattle, grew Four O’Clocks from seed very successfully only one summer. Freezing killed off the plants. Can I allow these to grow indoors and if so, how? I am also considering purchasing seeds from you.

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    E. Vinje
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    Hello Debbie –

    Four O’Clocks are easily propagated in containers. Any pot between 1 and 5 gallons will do just fine. Fill the container with potting mix and water thoroughly. Press 4-7 seeds into the pot per gallon of soil. Containers should be placed in an east or south facing window.

    Happy Planting!

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