seed germination

Alberto Castillo
Wed, 06 Feb 2008 11:44:42 PST
Hi Tsuh: 
           Seeds from this part of the world must be sown without delay and watered even if time before normal germination season. This is because they never experience a period of real drought in the wild (year round rainfall), like Mediterranean or other climate bulbs. We do so, sow after harvesting and germination is like grass (in due course), the goal being not to let the seed dry off. 
           These seeds were harvested in these last weeks and germination should be 100%. Of course, no germination outdoors in Wisconsin if they originally come from sugarcane country!
With best wishes. 
 > Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 11:09:27 -0800> From:> To:> Subject: [pbs] seed germination> > hi alberto, do you have any suggestions on how to> germinate irid seeds? i have not had any luck with> Habranthus, Gelasine and Cypella from the BX in the> past. thanks for any suggestions.> > --- Alberto Castillo <>> wrote:> > Perhaps it woud be of interest to add a> > few comments to this material sent for the BX.> > Seed is all fresh, some just harvested> > Gelasine elongata (azurea), warm grower (W), the> > region is citrus country> > > 9. Cypella coelestis (W),> > from wild collected plants, sugarcane country> > =========> tsuh yang> > > ____________________________________________________________________________________> Be a better friend, newshound, and > know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now.;_ylt=Ahu06i62sR8HDtDypao8… > > _______________________________________________> pbs mailing list>>>
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