Have anyone found the data which have more detail of the perennialing experiment of cornell?

David Pilling pbs@pilling.demon.co.uk
Wed, 08 Dec 2010 08:44:30 PST
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Agoston <agoston.janos123@gmail.com> writes
>Of course this is just what i remebered and saw in the garden, there  were
>dissertations about perennializing bulbs.

I would assume that what might survive is well known (zone ratings etc.) 
but a lot depends on luck, some ground has disease in it, or is too wet 
(or dry), or is somewhere mice feel safe. The same bulbs elsewhere in 
the same garden will survive for many years.

Maybe worth looking at the wiki pages on 'legacy bulbs':


which discusses bulbs that survive a long time.

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