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Hostas from seed



Hostas from seed



Garden, UK 105(9): 371-372



Seeds of 19 Hosta spp. grown in cultivation were sown at 6, 16, 21 or 26 deg C on agar jelly. The results are tabulated. The spp. tested differed in the time taken to germinate but none required special conditions such as chilling. Germination was rapid at 21 or 26 deg (8 to 17 days for 50% germination) and more prolonged at the lower temperatures (up to 139 days).

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