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What Meconopsis are we all growing in cultivation?

 
Meconopsis_Matt
Eminent Member

We are trying to find out exactly what species and cultivars are being grown in cultivation. Can you help us with this? I am asking this question in this forum and also on the very active Facebook page. Once we find out what is in cultication and what is rare and what has been lost or never in cultivation, it will steer the group as how to conserve what we have.

In the archives section of the website you may like to read 3 related document on the subject. Their ID for searching/filtering are: 425, 112 and 342, 343.

Please contribute if you can.

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Topic starter Posted : 03/02/2021 8:58 pm
Poppy Girl
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Great subject Matt.  Lots of plants are very popular and others are so rare to the extent that they are nearly or could be lost in cultivation, but we will never know, unless members let us know. Species are so important and the group seed exchange sometimes get seed for these but there must still be more out there. After all the dangerous journeys the early plant hunters went to, to bring these plants to us, we must make sure we preserve these plants.

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