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Re: CULT: Pardancanda seeds.

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] CULT: Pardancanda seeds.
  • From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 17:16:47 +1100

>I have a pot with pardancanda seeds, from my heavy handed attempts at
>hybrizing, in the ground. The new seeds I'm going to hang in the
>commode water tank for 30 days and then stick in the ground. See what
>happens with different methods of vernalization.

They might be growing by the time you take them out. I have had almost 100% 
germination from pardancanda, by just planting them in a seed raising mix 
and just watering them enough to keep the mix moist. They shouldn't need any 
Cheers, Jan Clark, in Australia, zone 8ish

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