N. serotinus growing medium

January 31, 2008

Categories: Hybridizing, Seedling, Soil, Species

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Paying special attention to soil drainage has given my best results in growing N. serotinus.  The growing medium should contain at least half sharp sand (larger grains) and/or grower size granny grit.  Others who know more about container culture may wish to make other suggestions.
Good luck to all who requested the N. serotinus seeds from me.  They were  mailed today.  The blooms were self pollinated and may not germinate as well had they been crossed.  They should do better if planted right away.

Leone Low
formerly Yellow Springs, now Dayton, Ohio

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