Calochortus seed

Mary Sue Ittner
Fri, 06 Feb 2009 16:11:05 PST
Dear Byron,

Others may do it differently, but when I started seed of Calochortus in the 
fall it germinated well and I lost most of it when the cold wet weather 
with high humidity came. It probably would have been possible this year 
however with our drier weather and more sunshine. Calochortus seed usually 
takes about a month to germinate for me and if I started it late 
January,  when it came up in February the conditions seemed more to its 
liking. But others may have different experiences or start it under lights 
indoors or use fungicides. Diana Chapman and Bob Werra might want to share 
their experiences.

Mary Sue

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