Jim McClements, Dover, DE z6
JimMcClem at AOL.COM
Wed Apr 21 04:00:45 CEST 1999
In a message dated 42099 4:28:07 AM, oneota at AMES.NET writes:
<< I have some potted A.triphyllum from local seed which is just now going
dormant. It is spring here and I'd like to plant them directly outside.
But should I put them in the fridge for a 3 months cold cycle first?
I'd be tempted to try about two months of refrigeration and get them planted
out by July first. That might be enough cold dormancy to get them started in
growth again and still leave a bit of time for them to grow on before your
winter weather . The worst thing that could happen would be that they
wouldn't come up again until next spring.
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