growing GIANT SEQUOIA- Sequoiadendron giganteum in India
jrapier at dcr.net
Thu Dec 12 20:22:49 EST 2002
That seems to be the nature of everyone who goes somewhere and sees
something growing that is spectacular. ie. To try growing it back home. Go
for it. I undestand they succesfully started some in Scotland several years
ago. Whether they still survive, I don't know.
"ttq987" <ttq987 at yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
news:3fb94ad1.0212110524.110871b1 at posting.google.com...
> thanks to all for help & suggestions
> am planning to go ahead & give it a shot ... although it does not get
> very cold near bombay... & has very slim chances of growing
> most sources seem to be good, but the link that clear cut has posted
> seems to be quite a reliable source for getting seeds
> Polar, I may not be around when & if this tree ever grows fully.. but
> will feel good even if it starts growing .... :)
> Clear Cut <clearcut at excite.com> wrote in message
news:<clearcut-1BEE14.10121010122002 at shiva.direcpc.com>...
> > 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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