Baullosa seeds

Lee Poulsen
Sun, 26 Nov 2006 22:45:14 PST
The other key is that any seed that is not flat and Hippeastrum-like  
(such as the Rhodophialas) or is not an Alstroemeria will be labeled  
as a Leucocoryne regardless of what it is. Like Dennis said, the GY  
is the key to what genus and species it really is. It might be an  
abbreviation or the first letters of the genus and species or some  
other mnemonic related to the genus and species names.

--Lee Poulsen
Pasadena, California, USA, USDA Zone 10a

On Nov 25, 2006, at 5:59 AM, Dennis Kramb wrote:

>> It was labelled Leucocoryne GY.  The seeds were not small black seeds
>> like all the other packets of Leucocoryne.  Instead, they were small
>> gray cubes.
> It seems his original website is offline, but you might be able to
> find it on his ebay site:
> The secret to your mystery is in the GY.  If you can remember what
> genus/species you ordered that might begin with GY, then you've  
> cracked it.
> Good luck!
> Dennis in Cincinnati
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