FW: Re: Tulipa saxitilis

Burger, Steve Steve.Burger@choa.org
Wed, 21 Sep 2005 11:34:07 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".


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[mailto:pbs-bounces@lists.ibiblio.org]On Behalf Of Alberto Castillo
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Subject: Re: [pbs] FW: Re: Tulipa saxitilis

Dear all:
           Tulipa saxatilis (like T.linifolia, all forms of clusiana and a 
few hybrids like "Queen of Sheba), is very permanent in rather mild climates 
like this. All of them are grown in strong light but the foliage never 
receives direct sunlight. After flowers they are beheaded.  As for Tulipa 
cretica I have grown it for 12 years from wild collected bulbs and it has 
never flowered.
zone 9 in winter, zone 10 in summer
year round rains

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

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