PBS website contact:how to sow daubenya aurea

Hannon othonna@gmail.com
Fri, 03 Jan 2014 14:33:35 PST
Seeds of various bulbs and other plants stored in this dry climate (Los
Angeles) can lose their viability quickly without COLD. Simple
refrigeration in paper envelopes without any other special treatment will
extend the life of many seeds by years.

It is depressing to think of the many fine plants (seeds) I've seen stored
in an office drawer or cabinet become lifeless after a few years or even


On 3 January 2014 14:20, Alberto <ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com> wrote:

> This in a very dry climate, leo. It is evident the key to success with
> storing most bulbs seed is dryness.
> > I store it in the paper packet in a box in my office where it is quite
> warm all summer.
> > Then I plant it in the fall. Have had good germination so far. I have
> had some sprout
> > after at least 4 years' storage under these conditions.
> Phoenix Arizona
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