Calochortus seed

Randall P. Linke randysgarden@gmail.com
Fri, 01 Dec 2017 15:56:54 PST
Hi Uli,

I agree with all that have already commented on this. Calochortus are very
long lived and should do very well for you.  For me here in the wet Pacific
Northwest of the US I am following advice that Mary Sue Itner gave some
time back to delay planting until January due to our wetter conditions.  I
have seed from several species I had intended to plant last year, but as we
had an extremely wet winter, the wettest on record, I held off and will be
planting them next month.

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On Fri, Dec 1, 2017 at 2:46 AM, Johannes Ulrich Urban <
johannes-ulrich-urban@t-online.de> wrote:

> Dear All,
>
>
> Having sown Calochortus seed for the very first time in my life, I wonder
> how long lived it is. The seeds sown was from C. venustus, luteus and
> superbus. all from BX 422.  I never had the right growing conditions for
> Calochortus but I hope they will thrive in my new portuguese garden.
>
> As I have never sown this seed, I did not dare to sow the whole bag but
> kept about half of each lot in my fridge. Just in case.... But for how long
> can it be stored without losing viability? If it was shortlived I might be
> better off sowing it and maybe treat it differently.  Are there any special
> things to pay attention to after (hopefully) germination? They are so
> gorgeous!
>
> Looking forward to hearing from you, thank you very much
>
>
> Uli
>
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