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10 Royal empress Tree seeds
Full Sun

Zones 5-10

Royal Empress Paulownia Tomentosa are also know as "Foxglove tree or Princess Tree" and is one of the worlds fast growing trees up to 10-15' in the first year. The purple flower bloom in the spring before it's leaves come out. This tree can grow in almost any type of soil even dry rocky soil but will not grow in the shade needs full sun more the better. These trees can grow up to 50+ tall.
Step 1
Mix equal parts of the seed with potato flakes. The seeds are very small and look similar to the flakes. Adding them to the flakes dilutes them for easier sowing. The potato will also help keep them moist once you have planted them.

Step 2
Fill a shallow tray with potting soil to a depth of 1 inch and dampen. This tray must have a clear covering so that light can get through. Use a clear polyethylene sheet stretched over the top if you do not have a fitted cover.

Step 3
Sprinkle the diluted seeds evenly over the surface of the potting soil. Expect a 70 percent germination rate if you have good and fresh seeds. Do not want to bury the seeds since they need light to germinate.

Step 4
Water the seeds lightly. The potato flakes will absorb the moisture and keep the seeds damp until they sprout. Cover the container with the lid or film and set in a warm place with plenty of sunshine.

Step 5
Remove the lid as soon as you see green sprouts appearing. Mist the seedlings lightly and thin them out as they grow larger to provide enough space. Transplant them to a larger container when they are just about an inch high.

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