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Re: fescue seeds?


There will be some variation but most should be acceptable blues. For me a
short cold stratification followed by 60F+ temps  gives good results.

Brian Hutchings Saltspring Island, BC,Canada
http://vvv.com/~amdigest/cusheon.htm
-----Original Message-----
From: Dawndoll2@aol.com <Dawndoll2@aol.com>
To: hortexchange@mallorn.com <hortexchange@mallorn.com>
Date: Monday, March 01, 1999 10:09 AM
Subject: fescue seeds?


>I received blue fescue seeds in a trade. Will they come true?
>what is best way to germinate?
>
>Dawn
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