Waking up them winter growers?!

Jude Haverington tylus.seklos@gmail.com
Sun, 28 Sep 2014 11:49:59 PDT
I'll throw a monkey wrench in the mix.

My Veltheimias grow through the summer, too.  (Both species.)

I think a lot really depends on where you are, and your particular
conditions, which are certainly different everywhere. Plants adapt to where
they are, obviously.

On Sun, Sep 28, 2014 at 2:41 PM, Brian Whyer <brian.whyer@btinternet.com>

> **Haemanthus species can be either winter or summer growing; you need to
> look
> up the species in the wiki.**
> I am growing from seed what was sent to me as Haemanthus coccineus. They
> are now at the end of their second season but grow in summer, not winter.
> They currently have leaves up to a foot or so long, looking very similar to
> those of the photo of Angelo Porcelli, but without the hairs, at present
> anyway. The leaves may be longer than they should be as they have been in a
> north window this year. The wiki suggests they should be winter growing or
> are they that variable they can be either?
> Brian Whyer, Buckinghamshire, England, zone ~8
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