How to grow Dichelostemma ida-maia in a cold climate

Michael Mace
Mon, 24 Mar 2014 16:59:26 PDT
I'm late coming back to this issue, but Michael, if you're still listening,
I think the advice already given is good. The one thing I'd add is that in
its native climate, the ground gets bone dry in July-October. So if you want
to see it in bloom more than once, you'll need to dig it up or protect it
from summer rain.

Hope that helps.

San Jose, CA

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