Daubenya bulb

Shoal Creek Succulents group@shoalcreeksucculents.com
Thu, 20 Feb 2014 17:30:09 PST
Ok, thanks again.  All of my bulbs (Hyacinthaceae & Amaryllidaceae) are
greenhouse kept.  So; I think that would slow the development.

Also- based on other info from previous posts; I think I need to repot into
deeper pots when they're dormant.  This summer was the first year that I
unpotted most of the bulbs.  I did find it odd that some bulbs sat so low in
the pot.  I didn't realize they moved to a location they like.  The square
pots I'm using are not very deep at all.  

Best regards, Lisa
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Subject: Re: [pbs] Daubenya bulb

It depends on your conditions. For Bay Area conditions they are reported to
flower in its fifth year. But it is a tough, long lived bulb and does well
with an 8 in. pot for years.


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