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RE: Flowering Crab Apple Tree


No clue-- but you might find some info at this site.

http://tomclothier.hort.net/

Donna

> O.K. all you master gardeners and advanced master gardeners....and
anybody
> else who knows the answers here.....question:
> 
> How long should the seeds be "cold treated" and how cold does it have
to
> be?
> 
> 
> From what I've read, most crab apples are propagated by grafting or by
> digging up the suckers. I have found very little information on the
> seeds. There are some very, very old and very beautiful crab apples in
> the park across from the building where I work. I just went and picked
> up some of the tiny little "apples" and now I'm wondering....how long
do
> they have to be cold treated before they will sprout?

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