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    does etiher plant need a dormancy?

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    Both these species do not require dormancy. However, they do appreciate a change in temp. and photoperiod for summer/winter.

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    cool. thanks dude

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    D. capillaris is in the Florida Panhandle isn't it? And it gets chiily down thee once in a while. Doesn't it go dormant?




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    D.capillaris often dies from the cold in its habitat, growing back from seed year after year. It is an annual/biannual in cultivation.

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    SO you classify that as a tropical as you can grow it year round as it dies off anyway right?

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    They are semi tropical, they are found throughout the eastern US, both north and south. Mine have gotten light freezes and are doing fine, they generally seed profusely , especially during the spring, flowering all year. Great all-around plant.

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    Thanks Noah. I should look into this plant. It sounds nice and easy to reproduce.

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