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George R. Stilwell, Jr.
GRSJr at WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Wed May 12 13:15:57 CEST 2004
>By the way does anyone know how to get A. griffithii/ringens
>to set seed.
A. ringens set seed nearly every year here, but it took them
7 to 11 years to finally do so. They bloomed after the 5th year,
but didn't produce viable seed till 2 years later. Patience is a
requirement with this one.
No special treatment except to move them early on to the north wall
of the house to keep them dormant longer in the Spring thus
reducing damage from late frosts,
Can't comment on A, griffithii. Mine have never produced viable seeds.
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