Can Crocosmia Masonorum Be Planted In A Pond? - Knowledgebase Question

Rochester, PA
Question by ITSMERONI
April 4, 2001
CAN CROCOSMIA MASONORUM BE PLANTED IN A POND? IF NOT,WHAT KIND OF SOIL DO THEY GROW WELL IN?


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Answer from NGA
April 4, 2001

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Crocosmia masonorum grows best in full sun in a well drained soil with a winter mulch. Keep it well watered in summer if the season is a dry one, but do not try to grow it in wet soil.

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