Jane McGary
Wed, 06 Dec 2006 09:25:39 PST
Diana wrote,
Room temperature is a term I love.  Room temperature in England, or room
>temperature in Sacramento, CA?  My rooms here don't get above 60F unless
>they are heated or get a lot of direct sun, and that's in the daytime.
>Night temperatures in the summer are typically not above 50F.  Jane's rooms
>sound a lot warmer at 80F.

80F would be exceptional inside my house but it does occur during heat 
waves. I live farther from the coast than Diana, so have more sun and warm 
days in summer, though this area is still considered a cool=summer climate 
by general North American standards. Like Diana's coastal site, I have cool 
nights (50s F) in summer, but here it's because of low humidity and the 
1600-foot elevation where I live. This seems to suit a lot of bulbs. I 
didn't mean to say that I kept these seeds at 80F all summer!

Jane McGary
Northwestern Oregon, USA

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