geoff crowhurst via pbs
Mon, 07 Jun 2021 19:43:08 PDT
I live in Melbourne, Australia, which has a more or less Mediterranean
climate, but does get unpredictable summer rain. When in South Africa a
couple of years ago I saw Ferraria crispa growing in the wild, and
flowering in early September (the start of spring). It was in the Western
Cape, which has predictably cool, damp winters, and warm to hot dry
summers, when the Ferraria would be dormant. If trying to grow the plant in
Melbourne I would have to put it under cover in summer to avoid any summer
rain. I hope my comments are of some use.
Geoff Crowhurst
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