Nerium florogenesis and embryo development
Tue, 17 Feb 2004 15:17:16 PST

I found an online abstract about flowering in Nerine.  I didn't realize it 
but the flowers begin their development (in the bulb) 2 years before we see 
them.  Does anyone know how widespread this phenomenon is in the Amaryllidaceae?  
Does it explain why some plants are prone to miss a year (of flowering) after 
they are moved?

LINK:  Abstract:  Embryogenesis and seed germination of Nerine 


Joe in Conroe, TX, nice Spring-like weather this week.  

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