Bulbs for hot summers

Erin Grace plantnutga@gmail.com
Mon, 05 Nov 2012 15:48:44 PST
Definitely rainlilies (Zephyranthes, Habranthes, Cooperia) also Milla,
Polyanthes.  Hymenocallis. Gladiolus including G. muriealea.   Crinum &
Americrinum. Whatever today's name is for Freesia laxa.  Any species of

Bulbs for Warm Climates (Thad Howard)
Garden Bulbs for the South (Scott Ogden)

Erin Grace
Thomasville, Georgia, USA
USDA Hardiness zone 8b, AHS Heat Zone 9

On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 3:03 PM, Ina <klazina@orcon.net.nz> wrote:

> If you look at my photos of the flowers which have been flowering since
> winter, my climate would be very similar to what you will have.  There
> are of course more flower to come in this as it is only late spring so far.
> https://picasaweb.google.com/102349754034616089606…
> Ina
> --
> Ina Crossley
> Auckland New Zealand  Zone 10
> On 5/11/2012 6:01 p.m., Max Withers wrote:
> > I'm looking forward to Lycoris, Rhodophiala, Zephranthes, whatever Tony
> > Avent is selling. What other genera should I think about?
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