John Fielding john@jfimages.co.uk
Wed, 08 Jun 2016 00:05:20 PDT
Hi all, 
I have grown Urginia maritima (Drimia and more recently Charybdis) for many
years in a greenhouse in London with admittedly not any where near enough
light because of shade from neighbours trees. As you might imagine our
summer temperatures are never a match for their native ones. They do however
occasionally flower. It helps if I make an effort and especially when I pot
them on though space means this is very rarely. They are left dry for the
summer along with most of my other Mediterranean bulbs.

John Fielding 
JF Images

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