29 Nov weeping giant sequoia seeds
Before sowing, it might be useful to place the seeds a couple of days to a couple of weeks in the fridge. Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants. Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Pendulum' / Weeping giant sequoia. Giant sequoia is a very popular ornamental tree in many areas. It is also grown, though less successfully, in parts of eastern North America. Sowing. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Weeping Giant Sequoia, Big Tree (Sequoiadendron giganteum) 'Pendulum' supplied by member gardeners in the … RECOMMENDED HARDINESS ZONES: 7 (10 to 0 F / -12.2 to -17.8 C) HORTICULTURAL STATUS: Established ORIGIN: Seedling Selection COLOR: Gray Green TRINOMIAL TYPE: Cultivar GROWTH SIZE: Large: greater than 12 inches (30 cm) per year / greater than 12 feet (4 m) after 10 years It is successfully grown in most of western and southern Europe, the Pacific Northwest of North America north to southwest British Columbia, the southern United States, southeast Australia, New Zealand and central-southern Chile. Place the cones in a bucket and place it in a dry, sheltered place for two to four weeks. Gather giant sequoia seeds in autumn after the cones have ripened for two years. There's a distinguishable difference in size (scale in cm). On the left you can see some seeds from the Belgian giant sequoias of Oostmalle, on the right those of the one of Esneux, mentioned above. 2.