A. franchetianum immature seeds and similar?
treehugger53ah at YAHOO.COM
Fri Dec 20 20:59:54 CET 2002
Have any of you tried little hoophouses over the late
I've used inexpensive black plastic tubing from the
plumbing store covered with plastic or spun polyester
for extending the season.
Watering with warm water really helps too. And I've
gone so far as to add a small electric heater on
really cold nights.
--- Bonaventure Magrys <magrysbo at SHU.EDU> wrote:
> I had a similar experience with seed from a late
> season, delayed-blooming
> triphyllum (was refridgerated) that was used as the
> recipient of a male
> consanguineum spadix. Frost got it before it could
> ripen, but there were
> 1/2 size hard seeds in each berry. They hung on for
> months in damp paper
> towels, before all slowly rotted away.
> Bonaventure Magrys
> Cliffwood Beach, NJ
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