Adonis

Adonis apennina

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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Sow @ 20°C. Seed germinates within 3 months.
Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis ramosa

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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This species needs special care as described.

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Give sown seeds several weeks @ 20°C to imbibe water (perhaps even germinate!), then expose to fluctuating outdoor winter temperatures including freezing for 3 months. Gradually increase light and temperature in spring. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO_KKbGYTEM

Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis 'Fukujukai'

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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This species needs special care as described.

L

Give sown seeds several weeks @ 20°C to imbibe water (perhaps even germinate!), then expose to fluctuating outdoor winter temperatures including freezing for 3 months. Gradually increase light and temperature in spring. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO_KKbGYTEM

Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis aestivalis

Germination Tips

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This species needs special care as described.

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Sow @ 20°C. Seed germinates within 3 months.
Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis amurensis

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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This species needs special care as described.

L

Give sown seeds several weeks @ 20°C to imbibe water (perhaps even germinate!), then expose to fluctuating outdoor winter temperatures including freezing for 3 months. Gradually increase light and temperature in spring. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO_KKbGYTEM

Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis amurensis 'Genshu Fukujuso'

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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This species needs special care as described.

L

Give sown seeds several weeks @ 20°C to imbibe water (perhaps even germinate!), then expose to fluctuating outdoor winter temperatures including freezing for 3 months. Gradually increase light and temperature in spring. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO_KKbGYTEM

Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis cyllenea

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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This species needs special care as described.

A

Sow @ 20°C. Seed germinates within 3 months.
Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis pseudoamurensis

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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This species needs special care as described.

L

Give sown seeds several weeks @ 20°C to imbibe water (perhaps even germinate!), then expose to fluctuating outdoor winter temperatures including freezing for 3 months. Gradually increase light and temperature in spring. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO_KKbGYTEM

Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis pyrenaica

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

L

Give sown seeds several weeks @ 20°C to imbibe water (perhaps even germinate!), then expose to fluctuating outdoor winter temperatures including freezing for 3 months. Gradually increase light and temperature in spring. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO_KKbGYTEM

Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis sibirica

Germination Tips

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Sow @ 20°C. Seed germinates within 3 months.

Adonis sp.

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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This species needs special care as described.

L

Give sown seeds several weeks @ 20°C to imbibe water (perhaps even germinate!), then expose to fluctuating outdoor winter temperatures including freezing for 3 months. Gradually increase light and temperature in spring. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO_KKbGYTEM

Special Care: 
much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; short viability; very poor germination; does not need chilling if seed is fresh

Adonis vernalis

Germination Tips

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Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.

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This species needs special care as described.

L

Give sown seeds several weeks @ 20°C to imbibe water (perhaps even germinate!), then expose to fluctuating outdoor winter temperatures including freezing for 3 months. Gradually increase light and temperature in spring. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO_KKbGYTEM

Special Care: 
hydrophilic, sow as soon as seed is ripe; ; will not germinate if seed has dried; if stored, must be put in plastic bag with barely damp vermiculite; keep them warm during summer, coolish towards the fall and then 4⁰C at the onset of winter. Do not store them in the freezer because the formation of ice crystals will damage cell membranes; much chaff and nonviable seed is typical; does not need chilling if seed is fresh
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