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Re: Thunderbolt

  • Subject: Re: Thunderbolt
  • From: njhosta@hotmail.com
  • Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 09:57:07 -0500

Hi Narda,
         I've had them germinate some years but not others. I don't
understand why that happens but it does with some plants. Sometimes every
one came up, sometimes only a few, sometimes none at all. The yellow-white
ones are interesting, but grow so slowly that they wouldn't cut it as garden
plants, really. I saved a few and watched them outside, but I either tossed
them or they died, I don't remember which. They were so pale I didn't think
they would even grow.
         I've been crossing GE with other plants trying to get more vigor
into them, but have hit some batches the last two years that didn't come up.
If you want to try them, just keep trying. They'll come up one year.

............Bill Meyer

> << For one thing it gives viable but very pale yellow-white seedlings. For
> another, no streaked form (or the reverse margin form) has appeared
> very large numbers being propagated by TC. GE really seems to be an
oddity. >>
> You know Bill, I am sitting here feeling sorry for myself because I
> to not go to hosta college.  It is an hour and a half up the road from me
> .............well we will see.  At least I won't be spending hundreds of
> $$$$$on more hostas.
> I wish I wrote things down, but when I do I usually lose it.  Seems that I
> have not had much success with getting GE to germinate.  I have saved
> from pods that were streaked and cream colored and am sure that nothing
> germinated.  The seeds looked viable with nice plump bumps on them.  So if
> you do have seedlings watch them and see what happens.  Be interesting to
> find out.  N.


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