Ammocharis coranica

James SHIELDS jshields46074@gmail.com
Tue, 13 May 2014 07:48:38 PDT
Hi Rimmer,

Mine start growing shortly after I water them, so just pick your convenient
season or conditions and then start watering.  I consider them to be sort
of opportunistic growers rather than rigid summer- or winter-growers.  They
probably tolerate a moderate amount of cold, depending on where your stock
came from.  I think they are normally considered to be summer-growing, and
summer or at least spring seems to have finally arrived around here.

Regards,
Jim Shields


At 09:03 AM 5/13/2014, you wrote:
when should Ammocharis coranica be watered in spring to bring it into
growth?
when days are above 70F and nights above 50F?

Thanks

Rimmer


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