Oxalis obtusa seed

pelarg@aol.com pelarg@aol.com
Mon, 19 Mar 2012 13:33:01 PDT
Hi Leo,
Oxalis obtusa produces normal seeds, not the ones that need to be sown right away.  Store dry until next fall then plant as you would any winter growing South African geophyte seed.
Ernie DeMarie
Tuckahoe NY where we are having another nice sunny day, this one at 70F, during our bizarrely warm March.  





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?

Leo Martin
Phoenix Arizona USA


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