Propagation of a Golden Raintree Propagation of a Golden Raintree
The Golden Raintree produces beautiful yellow flower spikes. These spikes have a full and deep fragrance. Starting in the fall and going into winter, the blooms from the summer will turn into pink and brown seed pods. When you grow a tree like this one, keep in mind that propagation can be done in more ways than one.
It is crucial that you take location into consideration when planting a golden raintree. It can grow up to 30 feet tall, so the roots will be large. To prevent any damage, plant the raintree far from buildings.
The Golden Raintree will propagate itself quite efficiently. Keep gardens, as well as flower beds, away from your tree. You can start from seed or the cuttings or even transplant the seedlings themselves.
There are several different ways to propagate your Golden Raintree from seed.
- During the fall, you can directly sow from the outdoors.
- If you are planning to do your propagation inside, then you should stratify the sowing.
- Another opportune time to wait is after the last frost. If you do this, you should sow the seeds directly.
- Germination is also possible. The best way to do this is by placing your seeds into a moist paper towel.