Calochortus Bulbs & Seeds

Irving Gunderson
Sat, 23 Dec 2017 17:40:40 PST
   Most Calochortus species show great variety. When buying seed will
one be fortunate enough to get some variety, even if the seed should
happen to come all from one plant?

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On 12/11/17, oooOIOooo via pbs <> wrote:
> Dustin wrote.
>> ... I am a horticulturist at Tulsa Botanic Garden in Tulsa, OK.
>> We are interested in starting a collection of Calochortus to
>> display in our gardens, and....
> You will have much greater success from seed. It's easy to sprout and grow.
> If you can find any seed now, you can still plant it this winter. I suggest
> you read the book mentioned before, and do some thinking and planning. Few
> Calochortus grow well with summer rain, and your winters are too cold for
> most of them to grow outdoors.
> Leo Martin
> Zone 9?
> Phoenix, Arizona, USA
> No rain since 1st week of August
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