fall planting and storage

Richard richrd@nas.com
Fri, 09 Nov 2012 12:25:56 PST
I'm the naive one here, am still on learning curve as I ramp up production. However these bulbs will be lifted for sale next year. They do seem to be happy in crowded beds. I past we made dense beds of bulbils and left them for 2-3 years.  With Camas also dense plantings work great although sometime the bulbs are deformed. Keep in mind these rows are separated by 6 inches of clean space and roots do have a [lace to go. Different conditions in a pot. 
On Nov 9, 2012, at 11:58 AM, Michael Mace wrote:

> but I was surprised by the density at which you're
> planting those Dichelostemma.  With all the offsetting they do, don't you
> need to keep more space between them?  (I'm thinking maybe I space mine too
> far apart in the pots).

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