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House plants Forced Bulbs
... chilling period". This is a time when the bulb is dormant in a cool environment, simulating it's natural underground winter home in cold soil. Most bulbs need this chilling period to force them to bloom. A couple exceptions to the rule are paperwhites and Amaryllis which do not require a period of chilling ... to bloom. After the minimum chilling period has been reached, bring your pots ...
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... above example the seeds need a warm-moist period first and then a cold-moist period before they will germinate. You can do ... increase the cooling period by double, keep an eye for germinating seeds. ( Most seedlings of plants that need a cold-moist chilling period can handle ... plastic bag. For most seeds that need a cold-moist period, the cooling period does not need to be below freezing, with 34-39 ...
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California Backyard Orchard: Pomegranate
... -drained loams. Fruits cracks with first fall rains. Propagated from cuttings. Requires only a short chilling period. Resistant to oak root fungus (Armillaria mellea). Not attacked by codling moth or twig borers ...
homeorchard.ucdavis.edu

Cyp. Haven: Catalog Offerings
... . Please note that all plants require a minimum 3 month (4 month is recommended) chilling period (vernalizing) of temperatures of 33-39F, if maintained in pots. Cultural information may ... may not bloom). A growing season is considered roughly April to October, or after the chilling period has been met (vernalized). ABOUT CYPRIPEDIUM SEEDLINGS: Cypripedium seedlings are quite small when they ...
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Forcing Bulbs - Indoor Potted Bulbs - Denver Plants.com
... chilling and rooting period Place your bulbs in a cool dark place such as a unheated garage, old refrigerator, or any place that will remain 35 to 48 degrees during the cooling period. Chill Crocus and Daffodils for 12 weeks. Chill Hyacinths and Tulips for 16 weeks. Keep the soil moist during the chilling period. A general rule of thumb ...
www.denverplants.com

Welcome to the Denver Plants eZine - Topic Columbines - Denver Plants
... seeds sprout while in the refrigerator... remove them to a warm sunny location. After the chilling period, move the containers to a warm sunny location. Germination should occur within 30 days. Seed ...
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Questions On Roses
... make it as houseplants. Generally, the roses will need to go through a little dormancy/chilling period, so if they have not been treated to the fall weather, allow them to stay ...
www.ext.nodak.edu

Growing Pears in Virginia
... they are ripe, then they are exposed to a chilling period, and then ripened. The flesh of the ripe fruit is ... ripen evenly until they have had a period of chilling. Without some post harvest chilling, a mature fruit will eventually shrivel and decompose ... ' require two to six weeks of chilling. Pears purchased in the supermarket have already had their chilling requirement. Pears should be ripened ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Floridata: Cephalotaxus harringtonia
... 5. Propagation: Seeds can take 2 years to germinate, and they require a pre-germination chilling period. Plant seeds in labeled pots and leave them outside through the winter and be patient ...
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Floridata: Carya laciniosa
... they ripen, preferably where the tree is to be grown. Stored nuts require a pregermination chilling period. The shellbark hickory features fine foliage and boasts big edible nuts beloved both by beasts ...
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