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seed germination database

Thanks, Marge.  I had been happy to see that hort.net was keeping Clothier's
data available since his plan to shut down, but it's also good to see his info
combined with others.  I make seed labels for donated seed and I sometimes
have a heck of a time coming up with the correct details for the more obscure

On Wed, 15 Jan 2003 01:17:34 -0500 Marge Talt  wrote:

> Anybody interested in growing perennials from
> seed (particularly some
> more unusual ones), the Ontario chapter of
> NARGS has put up a very
> nifty germination database, using a combination
> of their members
> experience, Tom Clothier's germination database
> and Deno's work.  I'm
> finding it easy to use - it's in a frame so the
> key stays in the left
> frame while the various general (alphabetically
> in sections by
> botanical name) appear to the right.
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland

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