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OT: Belamcanda chinensis

From: "Mark Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> Wow!  Mine don't bloom until the 2nd summer after I plant them.
> But then they have to cope with Texas weather, which makes survival
> itself an accomplishment!

     I sowed some Candy Lily seeds very early this spring.  When the
seedlings reached about an inch tall, I put them in separate gallon pots.
The sulked for awhile, but have started growing again this summer, which is
the rainy season here.  I don't expect bloom until next year.
     I think that spells of extremely low humidity [as low as 2%] in the
spring harms some of these plants.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida

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