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From: Michael Goetz <michaelgoetz at GMX.NET>
Subject: Re: Dracunculus vulgaris
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Hi Gene,

Seeds of the white form are offered, though I would't call them common in=commerce. in fact I think these seeds are wild collected & am not sure h=ow hardy this plant is.

Best regards from Munich,


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Datum: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 08:29:58 -0500
Von: Gene Bush <genebush at OTHERSIDE.COM>
Betreff: Re: Dracunculus vulgaris

> Hello Steve,
>     I am a bit slow in getting my seed sown this year and it is still i=n
> the pulp. Will wash away the pulp, soak a bit with dishwashing liquid, =then
> rinse and sow into pans. pans get set outside in frames with a cover to
> keep the animals out. that is it. Oh, add some patience. Sometimes they
> germinate like water cress, next time one seed at a time over months an=d years.
> Perhaps you will have the water cress experience.
>     Dracs are not that expensive for blooming size tubers.....
>     A white blooming? did not know of that one. How common is it...out
> there in commerce as yet?
>     Gene E. Bush
> Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
> genebush at
> Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
>   From: Steve Hatfield
>   Hello all
>    Im attempting to grow some Dracunculus vulgaris from seed I purchase=d
> on ebay  Has anyone out there had any success with seed? I planted them
> several weeks ago with bottom heat and so far nothing.  Do they require=a cold
> period? The seeds were supposed to be from this past falls berries. I
> soaked them for about 24 hrs and removed the pulp then planted them in =a typical
> well drained aroid mix I used for Amorpho=E2=80=99s. They have been kep=t moist.
> Any pointers??
>    Also does anyone out there have white Dracunculus vulgaris I would l=ove
> to get a tuber from one.
>    Thanks Steve

Michael G=C3=B6tz
Lindwurmstr. 207
80337 M=C3=BCnchen
michaelgoetz at

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