Coral Trees, from S America, Africa to Indian subcontinent and Australia. Attractive usually trifoliate leaves and spectacular hummingbird flowers in orange, scarlet to purplish-red. All might be grown as (large) container plants. Plants will go dormant in autumn and loose their foliage and might be moved into a dark and cool place for winter. In summer all require a sunny and hot spot, plenty of water, and fertilizer. All will flower on present years branches, and thus might be cut back strongly in winter. Few will flower before leaves emerge on last years' branches. For any rich soil.
Prior to sowing scarify seed (e.g. carefully scratch the seed coat with fine sandpaper) and soak them in luke warm water for some 48h. If they do not swell (they will at least triple in size !), repeat. Sow at min 20°C in a sunny place. Do not keep soil too wet until first leaves appear.
All are USDA Climate Zone 11 unless otherwise specified.
7 seeds per package.