how to grow Erythronium Pusaterii Seeds

Rodger Whitlock
Tue, 22 Oct 2013 10:34:16 PDT
On 21 Oct 2013, at 13:30, Jane McGary wrote:

> ...keep them moist but not soggy through the winter.

For those wondering how to accomplish this, it's simple.

Give the seed pans one really good watering. Then park them somewhere with 
overhead cover to keep the rain off. A cold frame or carport, even under the 
eaves of your house, will do.

I'm writing wrt the Pac NW. Southern California, where the OP, Kuang Huang, 
lives, isn't anything like as wet in winter, so a position on the north side of 
the house, out of direct sun, might be advisable.

Rodger Whitlock
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Z. 7-8, cool Mediterranean climate

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