Shawn Pollard
Fri, 31 Aug 2012 08:30:05 PDT
The native plant nurserymen here in Arizona start them in small seedling pots and transplant them after a year or so.  They are winter deciduous, even in Yuma.  In their native habitat in the highlands, insulated under grasses and rocks, they take frosts down to single digits Fahrenheit.

Shawn Pollard
Yuma, AZ

--- On Thu, 8/30/12, Aad van Beek <> wrote
I got the seeds today.
Do they need to be potted right away in such large pots as it is only 22 C over-here and certainly in the winter they will be on the attic with modest light at 5 C

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