Bonaventure W Magrys
Fri, 11 Apr 2003 13:46:37 PDT
Tony Avent writes:
 We grow Sinningia selovii and S. tubiflora here in NC in our full sun rock
scree.  They have been in several years and have endured 9 degrees F (-13C)
with no problem (no mulch or snow cover).  We also grow S. 'Tante', which
is an intermediate hybrid.  We plan to put in another 30+ species this year
for trials.  This was quite a surprise to us, but these seem far hardier
than their origin would indicate.

 What about S. leucotricha? Has a bulb, sort of. My only gesneriad but one
of my favorite plants.
 Bonaventure Magrys

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