My suggestion would be to research the “family tree” of the Genus and try close relatives alongside your personal choice.
A very small variation in species may work much better in the unique structure of medium you have put together to grow from.
Soil composition changes from one side of a tree to the other. (Compaction, moisture, sunlight, slope, etc.)
Even in a greenhouse or home garden environment, many variables exist.
By trying relatives, there is a good chance to achieve a better end result, without a significant deviation from what you seek to have, simply by trying very close variations of the intended plant.
Given the same challenge, here is where my research would begin.
Once I have a ‘common’ name of relative variations, aquiring those specific seeds become the next challenge.
Statistics: Posted by KazKaz — Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:44 am