Lachenalia hybrids

Dan Pogust via pbs
Wed, 19 Jan 2022 17:35:10 PST
Yeah! Try that. When I waited for the rains, my Lachenalia splendida (the
ones in the pot) were extremely floppy and stretchy and it was pretty
unsightly (see below). You can see the improvement between the two watering
schedules. Same light, same temps, same rain, and same balcony (although
this time they’re tied to my railing).

Happy to exchange more info if you’d like. Also happy to adopt/trade if you
give up, but I really think the earlier water will help. It’s nice to
“meet” someone else who’s growing lachs in PDX!

On Wed, Jan 19, 2022 at 17:26 Jan Jeddeloh <> wrote:

> Kind of weird mine aren’t more upright.  They are in a south facing
> greenhouse that isn’t heated unless it’s going to drop below freezing.  I
> can’t remember when I started watering them.  I guess this fall I’ll start
> watering when I water the narcissus etc.  Give them one more year before I
> give up on them.  I’m really not fond of the excessive floppiness.
> Jan Jeddeloh
> > On Jan 19, 2022, at 5:18 PM, Dan Pogust <> wrote:
> >
> > <IMG_7288.jpeg>
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