Marc Rosenblum via pbs
Mon, 17 Jan 2022 17:04:48 PST
On 1/17/2022 3:58 PM, Jan Jeddeloh via pbs wrote:
> Jim Barton, one of our members with a particular fondness for calochortus, has pointed out that it’s too late to sow calochortus seed this year if you live in a hot area.  The little seedlings don’t have time to develop a big enough bulb to take them through dormancy before the heat forces them dormant.
> A good plan would be to hold the seed until fall and then plant it then in time with Mother Nature.
> Jan Jeddeloh, Portland, Oregon zone 8 ish
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I live in Falls City, OR.  Our summers rarely get above 85F.  I was 
thinking to grow them in pots until established. I could bring them into 
an air conditioned room in the event of a heat wave.

Would that work?
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