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Dipcadi serotinum

Family asparagaceae
Life cycle perennial
Flowers tan-green (spring)
From seed germinates readily at room temperature
detailed seed-starting info below

Species from Spain, Portugal, and North Africa, where it favors hilly terrain, often found growing in rocky soil at wood's edge. Forms flowering stems with a succession of equally spaced, dangling, flared tubular flowers in a muted shade of tan-green. Not commonly grown as an ornamental, but I'll give it a try; I grew its cousin, D. viride (which has even greener flowers) a number of years ago in Pennsylvania, where it wasn't hardy. This time, I expect the plants to be hardy, but I'm unsure of their habit or gardenworthiness.

In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: right-fence nursery area

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Seed-starting details for this plant

  1. Seed from NARGS '19/'20 exchange. Baggy 70F (100%G, 4d)

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