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Definition of vernalization

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Definition as written by Calalily:

A period of cold treatment for plants, usually perennials or trees. Some plants won't bloom without it, others like hostas don't grow well without a cold period.

Definition as written by Magpye:

The time factor of cold days needed by certain plants to produce a bud. Such as in apples need a certain amount of cold days to create their buds.


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