Saucer-shaped yellow flowers, sometimes tinged with red, held on stems above glossy deep green, somewhat succulent leaves.Native to the Iberian peninsula in Europe. Reportedly difficult to overwinter outside of its preferred Mediterranean climate, but at least some of our seedlings got through their first winter here, which was an unfavorably cold and wet one.
||yellow (late spring)
||well drained soil
|Seed ripens||late June|
We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.
Seed for this plant is included on my seed trade list
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- Seed from HPS/MAG '12/'13 exchange. Baggy 70F (70%G, 11-20d).
Baggy 35F (6w) - 70F (35%G, 7-17d)
- Seed from '14 garden, cold-stored. Baggy 70F (40%G, 16-28d)
Best to start at room temperature, it appears.
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April 18, 2014