late planting; was Initiation of root growth in Fritillaria affinis

Peter Taggart
Sun, 02 Dec 2012 07:25:42 PST
your minimally heated shed sounds like a larger version of my "coolest
windowsill" - that room is quite chilly!
Peter (UK)

On Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 2:49 PM, Russell Stafford, Odyssey Bulbs <> wrote:

> I routinely set out flats of hardy geophytes (e.g., Corydalis spp.)
> in late fall and early winter, after average minimum temperatures
> have dropped below freezing.  But first the planted flats (which are
> 16 inches square and 5.5 inches deep) spend at least 2 weeks in a
> minimally heated shed where temperatures stay above about 4 degrees

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