I decided they were too pot-bound and too many to keep watered, so I planted them among Gardenias on the north side of the greenhouse.
I had only grown Zantedeschia aethiopica in the past, pig lilies that love a bog. These like well-drained sandy soil, or so I read. I can provide that. I read that they form seeds too. That sounds marvelous to someone like me.
It's that time of year when we start watching for Summer Bulbs A to Z. I can hardly wait for the Agapanthus bud to open on a seedling.
What's the Difference Between Martha Stewart's Mid July Garden at her Farm and Mine? - I'm finding drafts that I never published, some that I just failed to go back and click the button: How Does Martha Stewart's Garden at her Farm Differ fro...
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