Re: [AZ] Fwd: Propagation of Azaleas from seed
- Bob/Chris:It's my experience that most seeds of deciduous azaleas will tend to show good germination within 3 weeks after sowing, in a high humidity environment at about 70 degrees. This is an average; all my seed is grown inside in the fall in a heated basement. The humidity is easily maintained by enclosing the seed and its pot in a poly bag. Remember the seed should be scattered sparingly on the surface, not covered with growing medium. IThey will need no light until they germinate and in the poly bag need no watering.Bruce ClyburnNew Waterford, NS----- Original Message -----From: Bob StellohSent: Wednesday, October 29, 2008 2:17 PMSubject: [AZ] Fwd: Propagation of Azaleas from seed
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Chris - thanks for asking. I am sending your question on to the experts.
Check out our seed exchange page now and then, as we are about to
post some new seed available this fall.
Bob Stelloh Hendersonville NC USDA Zone 7
From: christianblom <christianblom@ sbcglobal. net>
To: bstelloh@mac. com
Subject: Propagation of Azaleas from seed
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 22:27:51 -0700
Iam going to try my hand at propagation of Decidious
Azaleas from seed.What is the average germination time for most
decidious azaleas? Thanks - Chris Blom