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Re: SPEC: I.virginica seed

August  07, Jim wrote:

> I'm new to this, so please bear with me. Have collected some
roadside seed that I think is I. virginica, though might be
versicolor. Does it need to be stratified, or can it just be kept
dry for planting out in the fall? >


I save I. Versicolor and Setosa seeds dry after collecting until
planting in the fall. I assume I. Virginica seeds would be
similar. I Virginica seeds are distributed dry through the SIGNA
Seed Exchange.

Once dry, keep the seeds in a cool, dry, dark, mouse-proof place.

Dan Mason    zone 3, NW Ontario

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