annechambers at SUILVEN0.DEMON.CO.UK
Thu May 11 20:47:20 CEST 2000
I'd like to express my thanks to contributors and organisers of the seed
exchange - having created a bit of space in the garden, I've just been
planting out the results of the seed I received and germinated in 1998.
I gave them no special treatment or forcing at all except that they have
always been under cover but unprotected from frosts (down to -10 degsC
in the west of Scotland), and 5 of the 9 species are flowering for the
first time this spring. It's wonderful to see tiny sikokianum and
serratum in bloom, they make very attractive little groups.
in bloom -
penninsulae Aik150 (Avent)
consanguineum biradiatifolium (Gusman)
limbatum v. aequinoctale (Gusman)
in leaf -
amurense v. amurense (Gouda)
Thanks everyone, much appreciated!
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