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Re: Seed setting / Asian Pearl?


Hi Mike,

Here in UK I got only the one scape, and made 3 crosses, 2 of which have
given 8 seeds, and one 10.

The seeds look to be viable.

Ian in UK, where we have had the warmest October since records began in 17
something or other, 3 degrees C (i.e. about 5 degrees F) above the average.
I don't think they have finished they have finished measuring the rainfall
yet, but we must be close to last years record!

----- Original Message -----
From: Pinterics, Michael W (MED) <Michael.Pinterics@med.ge.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: 30 October 2001 04:21
Subject: Seed setting / Asian Pearl?


> Since the theme seems to be running with seed setting.... I'm wondering
> what are others experiences with H. Asian Pearl?  Mine had two bloom
> periods.  The early, or first, I was not able to set a single seed.  The
> 2nd flush I had 3 bloom scapes.  Two produced nothing and a third every
> flower produced a pod.
>
> Every pod is open pollenated as I didn't expect to see any seed
> develope.   Is anybody out there able to comment on 'typical' Asian
> Pearl fertility?
>
> Mike
> Milwaukee
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