The "storm" was negligible here, but we got a nice accumulation of ~3.5 inches, which I figured out no thanks to the NWS, which has apparently abandoned its bay area weather stations. I also learned that we've had 400+ chill hours already this year, twice normal, which explains why my @#*! gas bill is so ridiculous, but not why the 'Double Delight' rose is still blooming when I should be doing its dormant pruning.
Anyway, although html tables aren't the best place to keep track of my germination rates, I'm too lazy/stupid to use Excel, so you can stop reading now. Unless you too are a huge dork. All from Northwest Native Seed.
|Calochortus bruneaunis||NNS 05-121||1/6||1/7-2/5||2/3|
|C. dunnii||NNS 04-65||1/6||1/7-2/16||2/15|
|C. howellii||NNS 05-136||1/6||1/7-3/8||y***|
|C. invenustus||NNS 05-137||1/6||1/7-3/8||y|
|C. simulans||NNS 05-155||1/6||1/7-1/27||~1/26|
|C. striatus||NNS 05-157 (2)||1/6||1/7-1/20||~1/18|
|C. venustus||NNS 05-171||1/6||1/7-2/5||2/3|
|Dicentra formosa ssp. oregana D*||NNS 07-159||1/6||1/7-3/8||almost?!||3/8: seed coat split and radicle visible, though not yet emerged|
|Dicentra formosa ssp. oregana W*||NNS 07-159|
|n/a||[potted up 1/20 because of apparent mold on elaisosomes]|
|Castilleja applegatei var. pinetorum**||NNS 06-120||1/7||1/8-3/8||y|
|Dodecatheon poeticum**||NNS 07-169||1/7||1/8-3/8||? (too small)|
|Fritillaria biflora||NNS 05-345 (2)||1/7||1/8-3/8?||1|
|F. eastwoodiae||NNS 07-250||1/7||1/8-3/8||y|
|Ipomopsis aggregata var. aggregata||NNS 07-277||1/7||1/8-3/8||y|
|Lilium rubescens x L. bolanderi||NNS 06-338||1/7||1/8-||n|
|Lupinus microcarpus var. densiflorus||NNS 03-405||1/7||1/8-1/17||~1/14|
|Penstmon labrosus||NNS 05-548||1/7||1/8-2/5||2/3|
** damp sand in ziplocs; too small for paper towel.