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Re: (Fwd) Re: A. titanum

Sue and Neil,

We germinated one seed of A. titanum at Nancy Botanical Garden a few months
ago. The seed was buried about 2 cm in a well drained mix , then placed in a
frame with extra heat and it took 4 weeks to germinate ...


Neil Carroll a *crit :

> Sue, I am no Amorph expert but I was lucky enough to reveive one seed of A.
> titanum and one of A. brooksii (A. gigas?) in the now famous distribution
> of 1993. I simply put them on top of a well drained mix and viola one year
> later the A. titanum germinated and 1 1/2 years later the A. gigas
> germinated. If they don't rot they can take a while !! I had an A. henryi
> seed that took 2 years to germinate!
> Neil C.

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