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Re: When will they grow old...

Unless the plant has been grown from seed it's age will be uncertain.  The
longevity of the parent, assuming normal genetic makeup, will have little
bearing on the offspring.  If you are alluding to juvinile vigor then you are
right that older plants  lack branching characteristics often found in young
plants. The fate of the offspring is independent of it's  parent.  Untill
telemere measurements are made the assumption is that the cormlets will
function as seedlings.
                        John Banta

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