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by njoynit on June 07, 2006 01:31 AM
I sowed some gloriosia daisy seeds&I've also bought a sm plant.so how has anyones in mild winter climates done?AND how long till bloom?Tag reads blooms from seeds 1st yr,is bieannual& blooms June-aug.

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by cookinmom on June 07, 2006 04:28 AM
HI,
It took a couple of years of planting to ever get my seeds to come up, but year before last I had a couple of plants. They grew well, especially in the heat, started blooming in May and kept it up until well into the fall. Best thing was they reseeded, and last year I had about a dozen plants. This year my son forgot not to weedeat right there, and whacked a lot of the young plants that were starting, so now I'm back to 2, but they're blooming away. They say they're drought resistant, but they do seem to do better if they get some water on occasion. [flower]

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