Alternatives to N. inodorum

Christine Council
Mon, 10 Jan 2005 18:18:29 PST
Hello All,
I have ordered a few plants from Glass House Works and they seem to be 
willing to comply with most of my requests, of course I am some what limited
in my knowledge of plants. Any how I think if there are going to be large 
orders or a large order of a particular plant, ask if they will supply it
or if they know where you can get it.  Just a thought. I have also been
about the Arbor thorium (excuse spelling) at Swarthmore College and they
might be
of help.
The Lover of Oxalis.

> [Original Message]
> From: Corey Thompson <>
> To: Pacific Bulb Society <>
> Date: 1/10/2005 8:57:28 PM
> Subject: Re: [pbs] Alternatives to N. inodorum
> Matt:
> I just found out that Glasshouse Works in Ohio also
> sells Tulbaghia simmleri although unfortunately they
> do not carry the alba form.  Still, the lavender form
> seems just as nice (at least to me).
> I also noticed that Seneca Hill Perennials is offering
> Nothoscordum sellowianum which is a diminutive, highly
> fragrant, yellow-flowered form much like N.
> montevidense.  I just placed an order today!  
> Discovering new bulbs is truly one of the great joys
> of life...
> Corey
> in cloudy and dreary Chicago, Illinois
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