Here they are... (hopefully these are true ones). There are some with 4 and some with 5 cotyledons, and a bluer one than the other ones so far. This is after just one week sowing.
I'll keep it updated.
If they have 4-5 cotyledons, they're one of the New World cypresses, most likely Cupressus lusitanica. The Old World species all have just two cotyledons. Sorry!
Thanks very much for your answer, Resin. I was suspecting the Indian supplier wasn't much reliable...
Does anyone have these seeds, or know a reliable source with international shipping?
I'll still update to try to ID the ones I got in the future :)
All cupressus casmeriana seed from comercial seed sources
is Cupressus lusitanica cultivated in India.Im after true
seed of cupressus cashmeriana.
They are only few days I encountered this discussion in your forum and, in spite my difficult to communicate in English, now I am a member.
What news of yours C. cashmeriana seedlings?
Is it a true C. cashmeriana or a true C. lusitanica?
If are you still interested I have few fresh seeds and one word is enough.