Tall Growing Bulbs

John Patterson johnp77@cox.net
Thu, 14 Mar 2013 10:24:43 PDT
Thank you Fred. And thank you for the P.S.!
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From: Fred Biasella <fbiasella@watertownsavings.com>
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Hi John,

I wish I could grow them here because they're quite beautiful, but what about Watsonias. They seem to like your conditions in the southwest and they would be a nice permanent planting.

Warm Regards,
Fred Biasella
Cambridge (Boston) MA 

P.S. What ever you do, don't choose the potentially invasive ones (meriana!!!)

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From: pbs-bounces@lists.ibiblio.org [mailto:pbs-bounces@lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of desertdenial@hotmail.com
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Subject: Re: [pbs] Tall Growing Bulbs

Hi John ,
Crinum grows really well here and so do a variety of gladiolas. Those are some of the tallest I can think of.

Tolleson, Az


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-----Original message-----
From: John Patterson <johnp77@cox.net>
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Subject: [pbs] Tall Growing Bulbs

I live in the Phoenix, Arizona area in a desert climate and we would like to plant some tall growing bulbs along a 6 foot high wall in our backyard.  
Would you have any suggestions?

Thank you,

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