Princess Tree (Paulownia tomentosa) or Kiri adapts to various types of soil, but not rocky and compact soils.
It is a warm climate tree, grows between 46 to 86 F and good drainage is required. Learn all about how to grow paulownia tomentosa in this article.
If the annual rainfall drop is under 100mm per month additional watering will necessary. Keep in mind for calculation that 10mm of rain delivers 10 liters of water.
Easy Steps for Grow Paulownia Tomentosa
Fill a pot with a mixture of sand, vermiculite, and peat moss.
Put a pinch of seed on top of the planting medium, then cover the seeds with a patch of gauze to hold them in place.
Water the seeds enough to keep them moist but not exceeded. As the seeds begin to grow, remove the gauze and split them until you have only 1 per container. Kiri tree seeds will germinate between 1-2 months.
Wait until the seedlings are 10″ to 14″ tall. Let the seedlings rest in the shade for 3 to 5 days before transplanting.
Move to a larger pot and water regularly. Keep it in the same conditions of temperature, light, and water. Approximately 2 months later they should be taken outside.
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