Seed germinating in chiller

Peter Taggart
Fri, 06 Jan 2012 10:40:16 PST
I would put the pot of seedlings in the bulb frame.
The Fritillaria karalinii on the Wiki looks like a pot of small / young
bulbs, possiably slightly out of character due to lush growing conditions.
The plant on the Frit Group site is a very different and exceptional form.
I am not certain of the diagnostics but it is certainly a rhinopetalum.
I also have seedlings up of Fritillarias karalinii and ariana. They seem a
little early this year.
Peter (UK)

On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 5:12 PM, Erle Randall <> wrote:

> I have a number of pots of frit seed in my garden fridge at 4°C. I saw
> today that 1 F. karelinii has germinated. Should I now take the pot out and
> put it in the bulb frame or leave it to see if more appear and risk losing
> the first, which is already looking rather drawn?
> Incidentally the picture on the wiki of this species looks nothing like
> the same species as shown on the Fritillaria Group page.
> Erle
> Anglesey. 6°C, overcast, drizzle
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