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HYB: baby seedlings
  • Subject: HYB: baby seedlings
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2011 07:29:25 -0500

Wee baby seedlings continue to come up, but only from some crosses. Looks like the others either were bad or need warmer temperatures. It's been near refrigerator temps round the clock most of the time since I moved them out there in Dec, so they've had <plenty> of chilling for first year germination, even if 2+ months in the fridge wasn't enough.

Fairly good germination on a couple of different crosses involving IMM, CSONG, HoM, & TREASURED, reverse cousins. The HoM seedling involved doesn't have HoM's tendency for corkscrew stalks (so far, 3rd year bloom 2010). It doesn't rebloom. Neither of the two different IMM X CSONG kids reblooms. But I'm keeping my fingers crossed for at least one good seedling from each cross to work with, cross back to IMM or HoM.

Very strange to see seedlings with all that snow.

Linda Mann east TN USA zone 7

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