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How to Germinate Flying Dragon Citrus Seeds

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It’s hard to decide which part of the “Flying Dragon” (Poncirus trifoliata “Flying Dragon”) citrus tree is more interesting, the contorted shape or the incredible fruit. Better known as the hardy orange, the “Flying Dragon” is the dwarf form of trifoliate orange and it thrives when grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 9. A deciduous shrub, it grows from 8 to 20 feet in height with an almost equal spread. Almost 95 percent of “Flying Dragon” seeds germinate if stratified before they are planted.

Moisten a handful of coarse sand, which may be labeled as “builder’s sand” at the home improvement store. Squeeze all the excess moisture from the sand.

Push the “Flying Dragon” citrus seeds into the sand and seal the clump in a plastic sandwich bag.

Place the bag in the refrigerator for one month.

Fill planting pots with seed-starting potting mix, to within one-half inch of the rim. Wet the mixture thoroughly and allow the water to drain from the bottom of the pots before planting the “Flying Dragon” seeds.

Remove the bag from the refrigerator and pick out the seeds. Push the Flying Dragon seeds one-fourth to one-half inch into the planting medium.

Place the pots in an area that receives full sun so that the soil remains warm. Expect your “Flying Dragon” seeds to germinate within 7 to 10 days of planting.

Allow the “Flying Dragon” seedlings to grow indoors until they are 6 inches in height. Keep the soil slightly moist and keep them in full sun.

How to Germinate Flying Dragon Citrus Seeds. It’s hard to decide which part of the "Flying Dragon" (Poncirus trifoliata “Flying Dragon”) citrus tree is more interesting, the contorted shape or the incredible fruit. Better known as the hardy orange, the "Flying Dragon" is the dwarf form of trifoliate …