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I'm thinking Rubiaceae?
Oh sorry, I ment which of the medlar and the hawthorn for the graft hybrid. Isn't Laburnum always used as a root stock for +Laburnocytisus?
Please feel free to post the Primulas! ;-D
I was hoping you might have seen some Polygonatum, Nomocharis or Lilium oxypetalum, have been...
Possibly E. platyphyllum, at least that's what I ended up with using the key in Flora of Bhutan.
Did you photograph any Liliaceae?
A.k.a. a graft hybrid, presumably... Anyone know which species is used as the root stock?
Urticaceae, I think, Elatostema or something related.
Looks identical to the pic in Polunin & Stainton.
Strange result! Some of the top ones are well known to be weak growing, at least for us here in N Europe.
Aspidistra? Curious about what you've done to it, I thought they were considered to be absolutely impossible to kill... Honestly it's so far gone...
They are very difficult to root, and it's the wrong time of the year to graft, so there's not much you can do other than enjoy the flowers and...
Gardens North offer seeds, but it takes a few years for them to reach flowering size. Thimble Farms probably lists it? Hardiness certainly won't...
Can anyone help me with a few fresh seeds of the BC native Corydalis pauciflora (C. arctica)? I'm happy to pay for them, or trade in other seeds....