Night temperature: -23˚C
Day temperature: -20˚C to -17˚C
I don’t feel like saying more…I checked to see if all the ‘youngsters’ and tubers hosted in the garage are still above zero degrees and then I took refuge under the growing lights.
The Primula parryi seedlings are also very cheerful at this time:
Primula parryi is considered the largest of the NA native primroses. It forms vigorous, large clumps in part-shade or even full sun locations of moist alpine and subalpine meadows. Leaves are particular, oblong-obovate to lanceolate and inflorescences rich, with magenta flowers .
Distribution: Ariz., Colo., Idaho, Mont., Nev., N.Mex., Utah, Wyo.; 2700-4200 m (Flora of NA).
One more image for warming up: