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PCN Hardiness

Timothy Hall wrote:
>1.  I ordered and received some PCN seeds from CA this January
>unfortunately they were exposed to -5 F in the mail.  I went ahead >and 
seeded them indoors but after 2 weeks I see no signs of 
>germination.Were they destroyed by the cold or am I just impatient?

Hi Timothy,
      I grew PCN's last spring (September) in Jiffy pots (small pellets 
of peat) on a moderately lit window sill. The first seedling appeared 
after 6 weeks, and germination continued for at least another 6 weeks, 
so be patient. 
Regards, Jan Clark

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