I have germinated several Catalpa tree seeds, and am also germinating
Moscheutos Hibiscus and a Paulownia (I know) tree. We are in the country
and have a very large lot in back, maybe an acre, where I want these trees.
We have a sunroom on the south side. Am I right that these baby plants and
my other house plants will be OK in this room unless it gets below 40F?
I do not have the answer to your question. However, your interest in the
care of trees is awesome. I would like to take this time to share some
links with you.
The main top quality source of information is
No one else on these news groups ever recommend the latter. Why? I do not
Paulownia trees grow in South Eastern USA. It gets pretty cold here. So
does Catalpa. However you might have a problem with Hibiscus with lower
temps.. Hibiscus is common in middle Florida.
1. Techno Tree Biology Dictionary
http://www.treedictionary.com (look up logging)
2. Articles written by DR. ALEX L. SHIGO, one of the foremost authorities
worldwide on tree systems today online at
3. Literature Available by Dr. Shigo is here:
4. Hard to get Documents
5. Tree Pruning
If you have any suggestions or other links to review please let me know.
John A. Keslick, Jr.
Beware of so-called TREE EXPERTS who do not understand TREE BIOLOGY!
Storms, fires, floods, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions keep reminding us
that we are not the boss.
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