How to plant a cedar?
Have you heard from someone that cedar has grown on his garden? This happens very rarely, but in fact you can grow a cedar. On how to plant a cedar, experienced gardeners give a lot of advice. We will also connect to this topic.
How to plant a cedar nut
Lebanese cedar - the most common in Russia. And if you have a few nuts of this plant, then you can proceed. To do this, you must have: a wooden box, sand, peat, a solution of potassium permanganate.
When planting cedar, you need to remember that this tree can exceed forty meters in height, and these trees live for more than three hundred years. If you have a moderately darkened area, this will be the best place for cedar. Make sure that in this place there was never a stagnation of water, as this plant does not tolerate excess moisture.
If you have peeled and roasted cedar nuts, then they are not suitable for planting. Check that the planting material does not have mold. If everything is selected correctly, then you can proceed to seed treatment in a solution of potassium permanganate. This will prevent the plant from various diseases.A few hours of soaking will be enough for seeds.
Then, soak the nuts in the water and hold for three days, while changing the water every day. Then mix the cedar nuts with peat or washed sand, moisten this mixture and place it in a box. It is necessary to check that there are air holes in the box.
Moisturize the mixture every three weeks and store in the cellar or refrigerator. Planting material matures over several months.