oxalis triangularis

claubill(z3Sud ONT)November 25, 2007

I have about four pots of oxalis triangularis and I noticed that they are covered with white flies. Can I dig up the little bulbets, dry them and store them for the winter and replant them in the spring? Will the bulbets survive if I store them for the winter?

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IanW Zone 5 Ont. Can.

Yes, they will over winter quite nicely. Store the bulbs in peat or vermiculite in a cool area.

Ian

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