Rhodophiala seedlings

Bea Spencer bea.spencer@sympatico.ca
Sun, 19 Nov 2017 04:33:42 PST
I lost my rhodophiala splendens seedlings due to my inexperience. They did grow slow.
Where do you live Ann? 50 degrees Celsius? Wow, this is brutal! Here in Ontario 40 is extreme and hard to live with.
I got my seeds from Chile Flora. The packages were very generous.

Bea, a bit north from Toronto.

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> On Nov 19, 2017, at 1:07 AM, Carol Ballard <agentletouch1@ipstarmail.com.au> wrote:
> 
> Hi I have just checked & repotted my Rhodophiala Splendens (2014 seedling) &
> Rhodophiala Phycelloides (also a 2014 seedling) both have gone into dormancy
> for our summer, I was able to buy them as a small pack of  3 seeds for each
> variety, so I was very pleased to get one seed to grow from each one. I
> found the R Splendens was only half the size of the R Phycelloides ( which
> is about 1 cm across & quite healthy) & both I am finding very slow growing,
> any ideas about getting them to grow quicker or are they just very slow
> growers from seed? 
> 
> Due to my climate -2.2 to 50 deg C I grow all my plants in pots as it saves
> water in summer.
> 
> Also can someone please tell me how to post photos on the site, I tried
> earlier with my Ornithogalum Dubium orange form bulbs in flower but they
> were deleted. Thank you Ann Ballard
> 
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