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Seedpod, Seed & Seedling Images
... seed Winter Propagator (24 days) Allium schoenoprasum Alliaceae Chives Seed pod is round, with many others on a chaffy seed head. Seeds are black, segment-shaped. 6 seeds in a pod. Winter Outside ... Many seeds in a pod. Summer Propagator (11 days) Alstroemeria ?species Alstroemeriaceae Peruvian Lily Seeds are warm brown fuzzy balls. Many seeds in a pod. Winter Outside (476 days) Alyssum - many ...
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Seedpod, Seed & Seedling Images
... Nick & soak seed Spring Inside/Propagator/ Deno (2-21 days) Bergenia ciliata Saxifragaceae Seeds are tiny round black balls. Many seeds in a pod. Winter Propagator (7 days) Bignonia capreolata ... seedhead. Spring Inside (8 days) Winter Inside (7 days) Browallia speciosa Solanaceae Bush Violet Seeds are small black balls. Many seeds in a pod. Winter Propagator (36 days) Buddleja davidii Buddlejaceae ...
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What's new at UCBG
... the UC Botanical Garden's New World Desert promises to be spectacular! The abundant, delayed winter rains appear to have coaxed many shy-to-flower members of the agave family into ... thanks to the successful germination of seeds from plants remaining in the wild. This winter, UC Botanical Garden propagator John Domzalski (at left) successfully germinated a dozen - about a 12 percent success ...
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How to Grow Sweet Bay Laurel
... sweet bay. Take 4 inch cutting of stems in late summer. Plant cutting in heated propagator with high humidity then transplanted to to a frost free area. It is best to ... area with harsh winters, leave it in the pot and bring it indoors during the winter. Harvesting: To harvest leaves, just pull individual leaves from the sides of the stem. Cutting ...
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Growing from Seed - GardenWeb
... make sure it hasn't already been answered. Related forums:   Seed Saving   |   Growing under Lights   |   Winter Sowing   |   Exchanges What's New on GardenWeb: Visit GardenVoices for a daily dose of garden ... follow-up, posted on Sat, Feb 18, 06 at 11:30 Ornamental grass - cutting in propagator Posted by: globemaster Denmark on Fri, Feb 17, 06 at 13:38 2 follow-ups ...
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Alpines from seed
... propagator to control temperature. Seed placed in a small amount of moist vermiculite sealed in a polythene bag may be refrigerated for 4-12 weeks to simulate a winter ... space permits, an electric propagator may provide optimum conditions. Beware using a propagator too early however unless you ... they grow on. Seedlings transplanted from a warm propagator exposed to frosty conditions are likely to suffer ...
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The Gardener's Network: Tiger Lily Flowers
... a bulbs that forms at leaf axils. The common wildflower Tiger Lily is a profuse propagator by means of tuberous roots. Both varieties have edible roots and have been used for ... of soils. They thrive in most regions of the U.S., and do not require winter protection. Once established, they will thrive and grow year after year. Did You Know? Native ...
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MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... a lower temperture of approximately 10 degrees Celcius during the winter. PINQUICULA  MORANENSIS This is a large and beatiful Mexican species. The ... of the cool or warm greenhouse and cover with the propagator lid, allowing a little top ventilation. Shake off the condensation ... to several tiny buds around their bases. By August the propagator cover can be entirely removed to allow the plantlets to ...
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Eastern Winter Study Weekend 2006
... Winter Study Weekend 2006 MANHATTAN CHAPTER of the NORTH AMERICAN ROCK GARDEN ... The Best of the New Alpines. Rick Lupp, Mount Tahoma Nursery's Master Propagator-Owner, will teach us his secrets of alpine propagation and introduce us ... to participate. Bring your finest alpine/rock plants and help us banish the winter blahs. Request plant schedule on registration form. Slide Sharing Friday night there ...
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The Rosebay Volume 3 Number 1 Winter 1974
... , small seeds that will not transplant successfully. Perhaps another third will die during the first winter outdoors. Others will succumb in later years. The result may be that fifty or less ... not going into the nursery business. These cuttings would be rooted by a professional rhododendron propagator, then the rooted cuttings would be handled by a commercial concern equipped to package and ...
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