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CMOS Newsletter April 18, 2004
... searched by two methods: Parentage Search can be used to identify any grexes from particular seed and pollen parents; Grex Name Search can be used to find the parentage of particular grexes. http ... thanks to the Shaffers for bringing snacks and plants and to Mona Laird and Jan Huggins for bringing plants and everyone else who brought snacks and plants and didn't put their names on the attendee ...
cmos.missouri.org

DaffSeek - Daffodil Query System
... for the purpose of providing useful information and photos to our Internet visitors. There are ... and submit their query. The results will be a list of all daffodils which have this partial name in their name. Hybridizers can use the system to find seed and pollen parents in addition to the number of Chromosomes. As this system evolves, we plan to provide improved parentage and ...
daffodilusa.org

Encephalartos aemulans
... aemulans, equalling, from the very similar seed and pollen cones. Literature: Illustrations: Vernacular: Historical notes: Described in 1990 by South African botanist Piet Vorster. Distinguishing features: Distribution and habitat: Known from a single ... leaflets 12-15 cm long, 16-18 mm wide. Pollen cones 1-4, ovoid, yellow, 29-38 cm long, 14-18 cm diam. Seed cones 1-4, ovoid, green to yellow, ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Encephalartos aplanatus
... and seed and pollen cones. It can be distinguished by teh larger and longer leaves with longer clear petioles and larger leaflets with more marginal teeth and that are often twisted and ... Pollen cones 1-3, fusiform, yellow, 60 cm long, 8-10 cm diam. Seed ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au
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Cecil and Molly Smith Garden
... and the garden volunteers with homemade cookies. Cecilís generosity was legend. He contributed cuttings, seed and pollen to other rhododendron lovers and to the American Rhododendron Societyís seed and pollen programs. In 1967 he was awarded the ARS Gold Medal and subsequently ...
www.rhodies.org

WRLS Lily Culture
... and write the name of the mother or pod parent first, then the pollen ... seed and pollen parents. Through time and experience, many unusual and unique lilies will appear. Cross breeding of lilies is a skill, but much of it is luck. Imagination, foresight, and ...
wrls.org

Can North American rose hybridizers safely use pollen from PNRSV infected roses
... by contact between plants; transmitted by seed (to over 80% in Prunus pennsylvanica but much less in peach); transmitted by pollen to the seed and transmitted by pollen to the pollinated plant." See footnote (2) The above is a general statement. It is possible (but not probable) that PNRSV could be transmitted in pollen ...
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Acquire seed
... Seed - Site Booklet ] [ Links ] [ Plants available ] [ For Sale ] Clematis from seed Acquire Seed Clematis seed Note: LFH = Large-flowered hybrid One may wish to try growing clematis from seed. It is a fascinating and ... new plants, by deliberately pollinating your own plants with pollen of your choosing, is a hobby in itself. The process is not difficult, and an amateur can quickly "get the hang ...
homepage.ntlworld.com

The Gardener's Network A to Z's of Home Gardening : Pollen and Pollination
... which contains the pollen. To make sure the pollen is mature, touch the stamen with your finger and see if tiny specks (the pollen) come off on ... should buy fresh seed. The fruit of your current crop will grow true,. The cross is carried in the genes of the seed and will show up in the plants of the next generation. If two or more of your fruit prove to be a cross, pull up and ...
www.gardenersnet.com

Seed and Sower.com - Free Gardening Advice and Free Digital Flower Pictures for Printing
... Seed and Sower.com - Free Gardening Advice and Free Digital Flower Pictures for Printing Home | Cut Flowers | Bees & Butterflies | Seeds | Seed Collecting | Links | ... seed and provide a long period of bloom in the garden. Evening primrose grows readily from seed and are attractive to bees. It is a perennial and ... the flower to gather the pollen. They come in a variety of colors and range from dwarf in ...
www.seedandsower.com




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