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Sep 27, 2013 6:06 AM CST
Name: Alka
South Florida
Carol, no harm in trying.
I also read somewhere to take off the 'hard coat' from seed and then sow.Never tried that though. Many people have hard time growing them for some reason.They do need heat to germinate. Florida sun is quite strong. May be try heat mat with a few seeds?

I just throw them in a pot in spring and bury a bit with my fingers and find them sprouting during rainy weather. This year they were growing even in lawn that gets mowed because I trimmed off the branches that had seeds on them and some(seeds) probably fell into grass. I gave seedlings to friends here, got to check if they survived all that root disturbance. Whistling

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