Hardiness of Themidaceae, was fall planting and storage

Gene Mirro mirrog@yahoo.com
Sat, 10 Nov 2012 12:44:22 PST
I am growing Dichelostemma volubile and ida-maia, and Tritelia bridgesi in SW Washington state at 600 feet altitude, in well-drained sandy loam on raised beds.  So far they are perfectly hardy.  I mulch with bark chips.

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