about Brunsvigia grandiflora

Lauw de Jager dejager@bulbargence.com
Wed, 01 Oct 2003 12:19:53 PDT
Dear Angelo,

I got some of the seeds as weel. It was hrarvested by RFor the northern
hemisphere it is the ideal time to sow now.  Mine are 4 cm high and will
grow throughout the winter. This pecies is a winter grower.

 1/10/03 15:12, Robert Hamilton à roberth6@mac.com a écrit :
On Wednesday, October 1, 2003, at 10:18  PM, Angelo Porcelli wrote:
>> as I know many of you have got seeds of Brunsvigia grandiflora,
>> germinating now, an old question come up again in my mind. This
>> species is summer growing, if I don't wrong, so the question is how to
>> look after these seeds? They need to be sown immediately as they can't
>> be stored till next spring, but in the Northen hemisphere we are going
>> to the winter season. This means the seedlings have to grow in winter;
>> a nonsense then?
> I sowed Brnsvigia grandiflora seeds in May 2002 - (our autumn) and
> they remained in leaf through their  second  winter here, without any
> protection from the  elements.

Lauw de Jager

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