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Gesnerads in Greenhouses (S383a: 1885)

Editor Charles H. Smith's Note: A brief request for information posted on page 477 of the 7 November 1885 issue of The Garden. To link directly to this page, connect with: http://people.wku.edu/charles.smith/wallace/S383A.htm

    5417.--Gesnerads in greenhouses.--Can any of your readers inform me if any of the Gesneraceæ can be grown in a greenhouse kept up to a temperature of 45 or 50 at night? In Roozen's catalogue I find species of Biglandularia, Centrosolenia, Kohleria, Mandirola, and Stenogastra marked d, meaning to be planted in spring. Would these, or any of the summer-flowering Tydæas do without stove heat? --A. R. W., Godalming.

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