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Corms are not hardy outside the milder areas of Britain and should be dug up in the autumn and stored in a cool but frost free place over winter. Plant out the corms in April or May about 15cm deep. In areas with cool summers the plant might not manage to develop adequate corms for subsequent growing. A beautiful, late flowering corm, it self-sows freely with us on a well-drained soil in Cornwall, even very wet winters do not seem to affect this plant[K].Plants flower in their first or second year from seed[K].
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