Oxalis obtusa seed

Leo A. Martin leo@possi.org
Mon, 19 Mar 2012 13:27:31 PDT

I have a number of Oxalis obtusa color variants which are producing seed.
Is this species like most Oxalidaceae in that seed will not survive
storage at all and must be sown immediately?

Blooming today: Lachenalia alba, mathewsii, orchioides; Hesperantha
cucullata and a pink, pink-veined Hesperantha with invisible label. Soon
to come: Hesperantha vaginata. My Lapeirousia jacquinii and oreogena seem
to have set a good amount of seed, as has Babiana sinuata. The pale blue
Lapeirousia set none.

Leo Martin
Phoenix Arizona USA

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