Tecophilaea violiflora and Geissorhizas

Alberto Castillo ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com
Sun, 25 Aug 2002 16:43:06 PDT
Dear all:
             No, do not give water during their summer dormancy to your 
dormant Tecophilaeas. It is clear in my posting that they grow during 
autumn-winter-spring and that are DRY summer dormant.
             I mentioned Geissorhizas as indicators not because some flower 
with their feet in water but because the many species of them we grew in the 
past all strongly disliked cold and demanded warm growing conditions, more 
than other South Africans . That is, if your temperatures suit Geissorhiza 
cultivation requirements, Tecophilaea violiflora will be a weed with you.

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