Manfreda virginica, ho ho ho

Floral Architecture
Thu, 29 Dec 2005 20:25:15 PST
Dennis and Alberto,
  Thanks for the info. 
  My plant has proved to be rather easy. It seems to "die" every winter or rather go dormant. I can't find the pot at the moment as someone asked me about it and I went looking my business partner has been doing some cleaning and things have gotten moved around. 
  I know that I transplanted it when I collected the seeds as the drying stalk made it top heavy and it plopped itself out of the clay soil I had it in. 
  I'm sure I'll find it again in the spring as I always do. 
  All summer I have to keep an eye on my oxalis and other winter growers and then in the winter I loose track of things because all there is some much in bloom/growth. 
  I prefer winter growers since I don't have to pay attention to watering as much. <GRIN>

John Ingram in L.A., CA. "Your Clivia Connection"
310.709.1613 (cell, west coast time, please call accordingly. Thank you)

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