Jim: We found T. saxatilis (aka bakeri) in Crete a few years ago, and in the garden, it is spreading nicely, but has yet to size up enough to flower. Tony Avent Plant Delights Nursery @ Juniper Level Botanic Garden 9241 Sauls Road Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 USA Minimum Winter Temps 0-5 F Maximum Summer Temps 95-105F USDA Hardiness Zone 7b email firstname.lastname@example.org website http://www.plantdelights.com/ phone 919 772-4794 fax 919 772-4752 "I consider every plant hardy until I have killed it myself...at least three times" - Avent -----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of James Waddick Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 3:34 PM To: Pacific Bulb Society Subject: [pbs] Stoloniferous Tulips Dear Friends, This is the time of year I am reminded about the above topic, mostly du/e to T. sylvestris. I wonder if anyone else has experience - not just catalog hype - with stoloniferous tulips. I think these are all stoloniferous T. sylvestris T. whitttallii T. clusiana T. bakeri ( according to google) Does anyone have experience with any other species that spread out to form patches of bulbs? Thanks. Jim W.