Fresh seed collected today. (9/3/09)
This is an easy species that stays relatively small and has the ability to spread like capensis. I've read that a "dormancy" or cold period is recommend, but mine were grown indoors last winter without any problems (so far). You may want to try growing half of them indoors and half outdoors during the winter.
Mine are grown outdoors in full sun with a 1:1 peat and sand media.
All I request in return are occasional growth pictures and an update (preferably with a photo) when they germinate.
Send the SASE to:
903 Edgewater Road
Gibsonville, NC 27249
I will be away for labor day weekend, so don't expect your letter back until the end of next week.
There are currently 4 slots available; more may be added later. Do the 'ol copy and paste...