Camellia Seed Pods

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I have several of these trees in my garden that produce seeds, some of the plants that I have grown from these, have produced single flowers and others double flowering trees. yet trees on the other side of the house don't appear to produce seed at all.


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lorraine - Jun 27, 2008 04:47 PM EDT
Thankyou for looking in Alandra, these are really hard little seeds, and a good pebble size each.I have managed to get a few to grow in the glass house, but I think the success rate is better just to let then take root under the main tree, they are very slow groing for a start.
alandrapal - Jun 27, 2008 04:46 AM EDT
only just found this one, Lorraine. very interesting, have never seen one of these seed pods before. Thought it was a type of chestnut from the small image, til I read the title
Guest - Apr 26, 2007 09:58 PM EDT
Thankyou Don for looking in.
Guest - Apr 26, 2007 09:43 PM EDT
Neat capture of the seed pods. Interesting plant Lorraine. Don

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