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Re: Zantedeschia Seed Germination

>I've germinated Zantedeschia by the Deno method followed by bottom
>watered pots
>once the radicle appeared, but where the pots received light.
>Z. aethiopica  100% in 38 days
>Z. elliottiana   100% in 51 days
>Z. rehmanii     100% in 31 days
>Z. albomaculata - also 100% but no time recorded.
>Ray Stilwell

I've germinated Zantedeschia rehmanii by sowing the fresh cleaned seed in a pot for about 18-20 days. 

Kind Regards,


Rand Nicholson <writserv@nbnet.nb.ca>
Maritime New Brunswick, Canada, Zone 5,
The Great Cold Brown North (no snow cover)

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