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aguy1947
Portugal Cove-St. Ph, NL
(Zone 5a)

May 18, 2009
11:12 AM

Post #6563845

I have 4 seedlings (just germinated) of E. giganteum. I already have E. alpinum and E. planum... The seeds need a cold period, and germinate with 'Spring' - I brought mine into the warm a bit early to get a head start. I did think about about lifting/dividing one plant for a friend, but now I would rather proceed from seedlings after reading your article.

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