was: Re: Crinum in MO; now: Agapanthus in Connecticut

MARK MAZER AND FREDRIKA MAZER markmazerandfm13@earthlink.net
Fri, 04 Jun 2010 16:18:52 PDT
> As long as people are thinking about this, how about Agapanthus?  Any
recommendations on getting them to thrive outdoors in the ground in a
Connecticut garden?

In a  protected, sunny garden spot, deeply mulched during the winter, I
would try A. coddii.

Unfortunately, this didn't work out for me two USDA zones away in NW corner
of CT.  I'd also check with Dr. Nick.

Mark Mazer
Hertford, North Carolina, USA
More blooms from Brodiae californica selections from NNS, Crinum
bulbicodium, jumbo strain, and every day another surprise from the Arisaema
bed. Boophone seed rip

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