Eranthis cilicica

Russell Stafford, Odyssey Bulbs
Sun, 07 Jan 2018 07:34:51 PST
Fresh seed or properly stored tubers are the way to go.  Scatter seed 
soon after it ripens in spring (gardening friends who have established 
colonies of Eranthis can be excellent sources of fresh seed!).  Or plant 
tubers that have been stored in a slightly moist medium.  You'll pay 
more for such tubers, but they'll be plump and showing signs of growth, 
as people who receive tubers from me can probably attest!


On 1/6/2018 2:20 PM, Janet Loyd wrote:
> I’m in Georgia, USA zone 8 can anyone give me advice on how to plant the Eranthis Cilicia or winter buttercup corms or if they will even grow here in the south.  s

Russell Stafford
Odyssey Bulbs
PO Box 382
South Lancaster, MA  01561

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