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In response to: Nursery Trials & Forward Thinking!

Himalayan Gardens Ltd [Visitor] · http://www.himalayangardens.com
Hi..I like your topic.I think you have done a lot of research on it and wwrote this informative blog for those who love gardening, I am ownerof Himalayan Gardens and I also supply flower bulbs.The tips which you have given I will surely work on it.

Thanks
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In response to: Lycoris Breeding: A Short Example on Outcomes

pollen [Visitor]
thanks a lot for this article. usefull
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In response to: Things Happening At Bulbmeister Nursery

meister [Member]
At this point, things are not looking so good for a special sale in October/November. Weather has been so wet, that it is difficult to imagine ground will get dry enough to make new beds. I'll keep my eyes open for opportunities, nonetheless.
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In response to: Lycoris Breeding: A Short Example on Outcomes

meister [Member]
Jackie,

I've not come across any basic plant breeding books, but one can learn more than they ever needed to know from Allard's, "Principles of Plant Breeding", if you can find a copy. You might find what you are looking for, though, at the website entitled, "Plant Breeding as a Hobby". I'll post it on my Links page.
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In response to: Lycoris Breeding: A Short Example on Outcomes

Sending Flowers [Visitor]
Do you know of any gardening books with how to breed plants? This post was very interesting to me, and I'd like to learn more!
-Jackie
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In response to: Lycoris Breeding: A Short Example on Outcomes

Flowers [Visitor]
Nice post and you have some great tips and advice at your site about flowers...
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In response to: Lycoris Breeding: A Short Example on Outcomes

Very inspiring article that fueled my creaticity. I am very familiar with crossing tomatoes, but I hve atually never done it flowers. Looks like it will be an interesting season ;-)

Thanx for the article.
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