Desert Rose Plants

Transplanting the Seedlings

Anonymous added on September 11, 2011 | Answered

My husband and I starting desert rose seeds. we put three seeds in each section of an egg carton. They have come up in each section. Our questions is, should we leave them as a group of three seedlings when we transplant them into bigger seedling pots, or should we only put one seedling in a pot? We have more seeds, should we try and save them for a later date?

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Answered on September 11, 2011

If they have developed their true leaves, you can go ahead and separate and transplant them into their own pots. You can save the seeds. Place them in a cool (but not cold) place and they will last for awhile until you are ready to plant more.

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