Ferraria from late-planted seed

Karl Church
Wed, 19 Apr 2017 10:19:04 PDT
Matthew, I live in Dinuba and grow most of my plants in pots so I've a
habit of moving them around to areas that allow them to grow over an
extended period. If they're in the ground, you're going to need to shade
them as well as keeping them moist. Good luck.

Karl Church
zone 9b
On Apr 19, 2017 7:50 AM, "Matthew Fidelibus via pbs" <> wrote:

> Dear PBSers,Newby that I am, I planted seeds of Ferraria crispa,
> ferrariola, and densipunctulata, in winter rather than fall, and they took
> forever to germinate, but are now finally coming up. So now, in spring, I
> have everything from just-sprouted seeds to seedlings with up to two
> leaves. I live in Fresno, California, so hot weather is on the horizon. Any
> tips on possibly keeping these seedlings going long enough to become viable
> plants, or are they simply "too little, too late"?Thanks!
> Matt
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