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Greenhouse in a Box | Gardeners Edge

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Steve, thank you for the guidance.  I am now re-convinced that my long-time methods of not using a greenhouse for propagation and growing are better for me,
Mike Creel
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Feb 11

Upper buds on Occidentale SM30, Crescent City Gold - Growing in Sout

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Thank you.  I would appreciate such photos.  I think that detailed photos of native azaleas and rhododendrons - taken in all seasons, particularly during
Mike Creel
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Jan 30

Azalea Society Seed Exchange - First Time Offers

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Mike Hexaploids should be fertile in both directions. We have not grown enough hexaploids long enough to know for certain. Hexaploids appear to have larger
sjperk5
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Jan 17

pruning in the winter

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=On 1/10/2016 6:49 PM, Harold Greer hgreer@greergardens.com [azaleas] wrote:   George,   I agree that people should know their area, but George, you do such
George Klump
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Jan 11

colemanii X calendulaceum

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Chris Lindy now has our seed for this years ASA seed exchange. We concentrated on crossing late blooming diploids that bloom in July here. We also for the
sjperk5
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Dec 25, 2015

[this is from the ASK US page, so please send me a CC]

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Hi George, In winter in Michigan, fertilizers, etc. don't do much of anything until spring. Now is not the time to expect results in two or three weeks. I
hevestenning
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Dec 24, 2015

Hybridizing with Golden Flare

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Our flow cytometry of the Ghents indicates that most Ghents are tetraploids with a few triploids in the mix. We speculate that Ghents are mostly European
sjperk5
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Dec 23, 2015

Cummins Garden

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Bob, I knew your mother through a few years of correspondence, phone calls and trading plant materials, native azalea varieties on my part.  She was much
Mike Creel
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Dec 22, 2015

Bare Root Transplanting - Possible?

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dig a wide and shallow root ball. On Tue, Dec 22, 2015 at 11:02 AM, Howard Evoy howard.evoy@gmail.com
Audrey Stelloh
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Dec 22, 2015

Why Azalea Society separated from Rhododendron Society

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Barry No question that lean has its shortcomings. You are never going to get Sinatra singing in the bar at a bed and breakfast. John Perkins Salem, NH
sjperk5
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Dec 19, 2015

Nice little atlanticum growing near bigleaf magnolia

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Nope, It's one I dug from my family farm in Williamsburg County, SC.  I need to clean the leaves from around it so it does not get lost.  Mike Creel, SC USDA
Mike Creel
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Dec 18, 2015
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