x homoglad

Pamela Slate pslate22@yahoo.com
Thu, 18 Feb 2010 07:01:31 PST
 Pamela Slate
P.O. Box 5316
Carefree AZ 85377 

From: Matt Mattus <mmattus@charter.net>
To: Pacific Bulb Society <pbs@lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Thu, February 18, 2010 6:02:11 AM
Subject: Re: [pbs] x homoglad

Hi Anne Marie,
I am a somewhat experienced bulb grower, but only because I joined pbs.
Sure, the group sounds informed, and it is, but also the group is very
friendly so don't hold back from asking.

Even though I grow many of the bulbs discussed here, I too am sometimes a
little hessitant to participate in some threads, but once you dive in, it
really isn't that scary!

Welcome to the group! And for what it's worth, I still need to attempt
Glad's and Homoglads from seed, some of us would love to hear about your new
exciting venture.

Matt Mattus

On 2/17/10 11:12 PM, "Chaker, Anne-Marie" <Anne-Marie.Chaker@wsj.com> wrote:

> Hi, I'm a new member and feel a bit bashful asking my first question because
> you all sound so advanced but here goes. I just received some seeds (from a
> seed exchange) of something called 'homoglad' which is a sort of cross between
> Gladiolus tristis and Homoglossum watsonium (if that helps). It is a spring
> bulb. Now, I've never started a bulb from seed. Is this incredibly, impossibly
> difficult? I'm starting them under grow-lights, covering the seed lightly
> using a good seed-starting mix, keeping them moist, etc. I just don't know
> what to expect-incredibly slow germination? Will it likely take several years
> to bloom?
> Thanks, and I am impressed with all of your posts. You are a frighteningly
> hard-core group!
> Best,
> Anne Marie
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