overcoming dormancy in the seeds of the Yew Tree

Osbald osbald at hathardy.freeserve.co.uk
Fri Sep 15 02:46:10 EST 2000

The seeds of the Yew tree have dormancy and naturally may need 2 winters to
overcome the dormancy.  Some people try to simulate the winters and summers
by putting the seed in the airing cupboard and fridge for several months.  I
would be grateful for any recommendations about how to go about this.

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