Jane/Bulb frame

Jim McKenney jimmckenney@starpower.net
Thu, 28 Apr 2005 16:53:13 PDT
John, get a copy of Rock Garden Design and Construction by the North
American Rock Garden Society (and, incidentally, edited by Jane). Her frames
are nicely illustrated there - and they're to die for! One photo suggests
that Jane has more area devoted to frames than I do to my entire garden. 

Jim McKenney

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You've mentioned several times about your bulb frame. Can you give a little
more description? To me a "frame" is a small structure and I couldn't
imagine a Delphinium blooming in it. 

I think of a cold frame type structure made from 2 x 12 or 1 x 12 with old
window panes on top that are raised durung warm weather. I think this would
work for a lot of your smaller bulbs, narcissus, romuleas, crocus, non hardy
misc. things and such but not the taller things you have tlaked about.

Do tell. Inquiring minds want to know. <G> 


John Ingram in L.A., CA. 
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