This link will give you information about climate parameters, tolerance of climate extremes and adverse soils, biological traits under cultivation, soil factors, uses and potentially undesirable attributes.
Seed Pre-Treatment: Nick seed coat. Hot water soak for 48 hrs Cover seed to a depth one or two times the diameter of the seed.
Treated seed usually germinates within 3-6 weeks. Germination without pre-treatment of seed may be erratic over 12-24 months. To enhance germination, the following methods have been suggested (combine for best results):
Smoke treatment, soaking in hot water for 24-48 hours, peeling the waxy coat off (first soak seed in cold water overnight, then place between paper towels for 2 days), nicking of seed coat.
One study found that stratification and smoke treatment of fresh seed worked well, while seeds of this species did not respond to other treatments.
Daytime temperatures above 22°C may inhibit germination.
Best used fresh, however if stored at 4°C seed may remain viable for up to 5 years.
Grows from Cuttings
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