growing GIANT SEQUOIA- Sequoiadendron giganteum in India
gpresley at iea.com
Thu Dec 12 05:06:42 EST 2002
Flourish might be a 'generous' word - but they "might" survive. Actually,
somewhere in the east, perhaps at the Arnold Arboretum in Boston, they
actually have been able to make the Sequoia's close cousin, the Redwood
grow. And that climate is nothing like the foggy California coast.
"Dr. Rev. Chuck, MD, PA" <cdub at _REMOVETHIS_erols.com> wrote in message
news:3DF7B8D3.22E4 at _REMOVETHIS_erols.com...
> Could they flourish in lower Manhattan? I'd love to see a couple
> planted at the WTC site as a living memorial.
> Clear Cut wrote:
> > An excellent source for ecological and management information can be
> > found at:
> > giganteum.htm
> > Compare your growing site to the conditions where giant sequoia grows
> > natively. They like water, they like nutrients - in other word good to
> > excellent site conditions.
> > The most serious disease when planted outside of their native range
> > appears to be Botryosphaeria sp.
> > The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection collects seeds
> > and grows seedlings. They may sell seeds or direct you to a source.
> > http://www.fire.ca.gov/ResourceManagement/StateNurseries.asp
> > ==-=-==
> > Note due to extreme filtering, put the word NOSPAM in the Subject of an
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> > clearcut at excite.com
> > ==-=-==
> > In article <3fb94ad1.0212082327.7ff1a4ff at posting.google.com>,
> > ttq987 at yahoo.co.uk (ttq987) wrote:
> > > would like to grow a full fledged tall "GIANT SEQUOIA- Sequoiadendron
> > > giganteum" or similar species in India....
> > >
> > > is it possible & how do I acquire seeds etc for the same
> > >
> > > any help & suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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