Starting winter growing seed-Tecophilaea cyanocrocus

RJ Lopez
Wed, 11 Feb 2004 20:44:44 PST
Bill D.

Hello from Raleigh, NC. I was in NZ in Dec and it's just lovely. 
What I noticed about the weather in your area is how mild it is,
neither too hot nor too cold and mostly moist. Do you think that someone
working in a place with wider temp/humidity variations can duplicate what 
you do in a controlled environment, like a glass case indoors or a cold
in spring when weather is between 5 and 25C? 

Do you have pictures of your setup online? I'd love to take a peek...If you
don't have a 
photo website you can try posting some to (it's free).
Cheers, RJ

>During that time I pay particular attention to watering, not to wet, and
>always start them in semi-shaded, covered open benches, (Mary Sue knows
>I am talking about) in the coolest part of the nursery, to stop them

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