All my cordylines have a little red berry on the stems following flowering. Are these the seeds and what is the best conditions to plant them, type of soil, fertiliser etc?
27 July 2019 08:45 PM
Cordylines can be propagated from seed, spring to summer. Sow the fresh black seeds (within the berry) in a pot of free draining potting mix - place just below the surface and keep the mix moist in a shaded area until the seeds have germinated. Times vary depending on species, but most will take quickly if the weather is warm. Seedlings will benefit from small amounts of Yates Dynamic Lifter.