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A greenhouse experiment was carried out on lachenalia plants to determine the effect of different bulb planting terms (from October to January) on the growth and flowering of cultivars 'Ronina' and 'Rupert', in the natural light conditions. From every planted bulb emerged stems and flowers, but the time of flow–ering was dependent on the planting term and genotype. Irrespective of the planting term, plants of 'Rupert' were taller than those of 'Ronina'. The planting term had an influence on thedoi:10.2478/johr-2014-0003 fatcat:hnlpg2mcrbco3jfeaoyg6fjseq