Q.White Desert Rose Seedling
I have about 50 desert rose seedlings that I grew from seed from the pond of my desert rose plant. Eleven of the seedlings are white, or pinkish-white. Does that mean they are going to die? They are about 3 weeks old and look just as strong and healthy as the normal seedlings. How old should they be before I try grafting them?
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Those seedlings are likely just not filled in yet. They should gain their color fairly quickly.
Grafting can be done when the seedling is about 1 cm in diameter. It should be noted that seedlings are usually faster than grafting in this specific case. I would only use the strongest of the seedlings for this purpose.
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