pbs Digest, Vol 114, Issue 4

Erin Grace plantnutga@gmail.com
Wed, 04 Jul 2012 06:12:48 PDT

And yet I envy you!  If you have the time July 6-8 or July 13-15 you are
within driving distance of great fun!   Tony Avent is having his summer
open house weekends at Plant Delights Nursery.  I flew up to the Raleigh
area this time of summer a few years ago to meet with some Daves Garden
friends and visit the nursery and brought home some treasures.  It's
amazing what you can fit into a suitcase when motivated.....

Erin Grace
Thomasville, Georgia USA
USDA zone 8b, AHS heat zone 9
hot, hot, HOT but at least the rain lilies are blooming!

On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 6:05 AM, Amelia Hayner <abhayner@gmail.com> wrote:

> new to this list, thank you!
> not sure where to put the topic line...
> however...
> I am consumed with envy reading about your climate zone. We are in eastern
> NC, hot, humid (about 100 today) air so thick it feels like syrup...
> anyway. This time of year I always start thinking about my winter house
> plants, and I have this old house with a large sunroom, facing west and
> south.
> Humidity not as high as a greenhouse, but higher than normal house- run
> humidifier out there ( also works as passive solar)
> I got some fall/winter blooming oxalis last year, they were a HIT! they are
> resting now.
> I am wondering if various species of tulbaghias would work.
> I am a total fragrance-fanatic! any ideas would be helpful. I recently
> missed a tulbaghia fragrans ( I read that's really simmleri) I am still
> grieving over... any other sourced for this? and there were a couple more
> in that family that looked interesting..
> thank you!
> Amy Hayner
> Z8A , east coast.
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