FW: Re: Tulipa saxitilis

Alberto Castillo ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com
Wed, 21 Sep 2005 12:15:07 PDT
>...about "Queen of Sheba", have others had good luck in warm winter moist 
>summer regions?  This is a most impressive tulip.  I never dreamed I could 
>be growing a large hybrid tulip here in "Hotlanta".

Besides this, and a few others there are in particular two Darwins of Dutch 
origin and received from a Chilean company that flower reliably every year 
without dividing into tiny ones and that look very happy. One is a fierce 
vermillion like in T. linifolia and the other a striking plum. I do not have 
their names. All of them and thousands of other bulbs are regularly 
fertilized in tiny doses with potassium sulphate while in growth.

MSN Amor: busca tu ½ naranja http://latam.msn.com/amor/

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