[Arisaema-l] Advice on germinating Arisaema limbatum
George R. Stilwell, Jr.
GRSJr at att.net
Wed Jun 5 18:00:48 CEST 2013
At 6/5/2013, you wrote:
>Almost all of the species received from the seed exchange has now
>germinated- with the exception of Arisaema limbatum and Arisaema
>speciosum. My germination method is to place the seed on moist paper
>towel, and enclose the moist packets in zip lock baggies, leaving
>them at room temperature to pre- germinate before planting the
>sprouted seeds. ........
I use the same method except I keep the baggies in the refrigerator
(40F) until they sprout.
I've not done A. limbatum, but A. nepenthoides have germinated 44%
using this method.
>Does Arisaema limbatum require chilling to induce germination? I
>have been trying to germinate it, and the similar A nepenthoides in
>the past, without much success. This year I thought I'd attempt A.
>limbatum instead of nepenthoides, hoping for a better success rate.
>Any advice would be welcome.
>Arisaema-L mailing list
More information about the Arisaema-L