Lycoris cultivation

Rodger Whitlock
Sat, 14 Aug 2004 08:34:28 PDT
On 11 Aug 04 at 2:10, wrote:

> Oh dear, I did not know they were difficult...

Plants that are difficult in some places thrive in other places.
When someone says "difficult" remember the locale they're implicitly
referring to.

Take oncocyclus irises. Notoriously difficult in wet-winter areas, 
but I betcha a jelly donut that they'd do very well in parts of 
Arizona and New Mexico.

Rodger Whitlock
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Maritime Zone 8, a cool Mediterranean climate

on beautiful Vancouver Island

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