CoronaCactus wrote:Yup, right on time. The GH ones started about 2.5 weeks ago, the SH ones are at the same stage as yours.
iann wrote:Growth in winter is always a little slower. Mine can take a good month from me spotting tiny buds to getting the fairly large flowers open. The good news is that they last many days.
E. senilis is also quite frost hardy. 20F shouldn't a problem for short periods, maybe even a bit lower. It is from a Mediterranean climate and likes to grow when nights are cool. I suspect you could cause it serious trouble by watering in an Arizona heatwave, although here in England they seem to suck up water at any time hot or cold.
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