New photos on wiki

Christine Council
Tue, 16 Mar 2004 19:18:25 PST
Thank you for the lovely pictures, I am new to the computer and also the
groups.  I love rare and exotic plants although I have no idea what most of
them are.
My favorite so far are the oxalis plants because one was given to me; none
of us knew
what is was.  Now that I have found out the flower group I want to learn
Again thank you for your efforts.

> [Original Message]
> From: Jane McGary <>
> To: Pacific Bulb Society <>
> Date: 3/16/2004 9:06:18 PM
> Subject: [pbs] New photos on wiki
> I have posted a number of photos on the PBS wiki of Fritillaria species
> in flower here. See
> Among them is one I have designated Fritillaria cf ferganensis. It is one 
> of the infamous Chinese-grown frits that were imported a few years ago,
> which I bought some from Paul Christian. Almost all the bulbs turned out
> be misnamed. So I need to figure out what this one is. The only
> I have on F. ferganensis is that it is somewhat similar to F. walujewii, 
> which this is, I think. Response appreciated from someone who has seen 
> certified specimens.
> I also posted a photo of Narcissus alpestris, the subtly beautiful 
> "mourning daffodil."
> Jane McGary
> Northwestern Oregon, USA
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