Re: pelargonium species seeds
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- From: "Richard Grazzini" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 22 Apr 1997 13:19:06 -0400
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Because I scarify P xhortorum, I simply scarified the others, too. I made
no detailed + / - comparisons. Good thought.
> From: Ingrid <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: pelargonium species seeds
> Date: Tuesday, April 22, 1997 12:27 AM
> Greetings from Sweden,
> Of all the Pelargonium species in section Ciconium Richard Grazzini
> mentions, I have only tried P tongaense from seed, so I can only vouch
> that one, but most of the xerophytic species on the market will germinate
> without scarification in my experience...as I'm more interested in
> P tongaense germinated fine without any pretreatment. And I agree is is a
> nice and trouble free plant..and it also thrives in the shade, which is a
> bit unusual for a species Pelargonium.
> Since most species P come from such arid places, they will in my
> germinate within a few days without trouble.
> But I'd like to hear more about scarifying P seed...
> Thank you,
> Ingrid ( even greyer today!)
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