Crocus boryi

Peter Taggart
Tue, 01 Nov 2011 14:27:12 PDT
I grew C boryi from seed and have bought corms, they are in pots in open
sand plunges. I have seen a few seeds but unfortunately I rarely find them
untill repotting, so the seeds don't get the attention they deserve. As the
corms are in pots and being repotted I have not seen any self sown plants
yet but most crocus seed tends to germinate and I expect seedlings will
soon show in the sand, or else where I throw the seed into the border. I
have only had this garden for five years, it is mostly bulb frame for the
time when I move to a bigger garden so I don't have many of my plants in
the ground.

On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 9:12 PM, Mark BROWN <> wrote:

> Dear Peter,
> is C.boryi a good self-seeder too?
> I would love it to naturalize as C.pulchellus did with me in my old garden.
> Mark (Normandy,France)
> > Message du 01/11/11 21:52
> > De : "Peter Taggart"
> > A : "Pacific Bulb Society"
> > Copie à :
> > Objet : Re: [pbs] Crocus boryi
> >
> > "Crocus boryi grows well for me outside and is certainly one of the more
> > handsome crocus that I grow."
> > Peter (UK)
> >
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