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Re: h. foetidus

Thank you for the wonderful site!
> Nothing to forgive, Cathy...we're all ignorant about some aspect of
> gardening..that's what these lists are for!
> Gene is right...division is the only way - none will root from
> cuttings.  And, you can only divide the acaulescent species and
> cultivars....caulescent species like H. foetidus don't divide.  So
> far, tissue culture has not been very successful either, but that may
> change.
> Agree also that there are very few nurseries offering divisions, tho'
> given some of the prices I've seen asked for seedlings at US
> nurseries, I think Graham Birkin's prices for divisions are
> comparable...he sells them only via mailorder in the US.  Check out
> http://www.hellebores.hort.net/
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
> mtalt@hort.net
> Editor:  Gardening in Shade
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