A. franchetianum immature seeds and similar?

Bonaventure Magrys magrysbo at SHU.EDU
Mon Dec 23 21:56:30 CET 2002

Hi Adam,
The consie was a wierd one last year, coming up late August, early Sept. I
had tri's blooming in midwinter before that by digging up summer 2000
dormant bulbs and refridgerating them 3 months, then potting them up on the
windowsill. After going dormant early spring indors, they were fridged
again, then planted outside mid-summer. Look in the archives last fall,
you'll see my postings.

Date:    Fri, 20 Dec 2002 17:14:56 -0600
From:    Adam <irisman at AMERITECH.NET>
Subject: Re: A. franchetianum immature seeds and similar?

Bonaventure--.  How  late blooming was it?-  Adam in Glenview, Illinois

> 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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