The confederate rose also known as cotton or Hibiscus mutabilis rose, bears eye catching as they age, foliage and showy flowers that change dark-pink. They fall in the shrub, leaving a seed pod, when the flowers complete their colourful show. When the pod dries, it is possible to break it open to to get the seeds that are fuzzy inside. Propagating confederate rose by seed is a fulfilling and inexpensive solution to include this flowering elegance to your own garden.
When they blossom, typically in late summer, watch the confederate rose flowers. Upon blossoming, the flowers are white. Over three times, they progressively change light-pink, then dark-pink.
Allow the flowers to wilt and fall off the plant. In a day or two, spherical, seed capsules that are fuzzy will will establish where the flowers used to be situated.
Collect the seed capsules when they begin to open, flip brittle and dry.
Open the pods completely and distribute out the seeds on a paper-towel. Allow the seeds to dry.
Put the seeds in a envelope. Freeze the seeds for two times to destroy pests and germs.
Store the seeds in the fridge until ready to plant.