Hello All, A good way to start the new day: reading your tips, with a cup of coffee! Thanks. Wonder why NZ nature didn't create to many geophytes; maybe the climate is too comfi for them so plants do not need to go dormant? Ina, I looked up the names you gave: Kellydale looks woth to visit, beautifull pictures of the Leucojum autumnalis! Joy plants also has a nice website with interesting plant names. The other places I coudn't find with google (Daffodil Acre only a PO box). More tips are welcome: overmarsjw AT yahoo.com And.. seeing the pictures of the Scottisch Rock Garden Club Forum I decided to bring my Nikkon Macro objective :-) Jan, the Netherlands On Sunday, November 24, 2013 11:47 PM, Ina Crossley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: As you now know Jan, it is not native bulbs which you will see much of, but there are some bulb people who would be of interest. There is Tony Palmer of Kellydale, North of Auckland Terry Hatch of Joy Plants, South of Auckland Bill Dijk of Daffodil Acre, Tauranga Anne Murray of Collector's Corner in Nelson Dave Toole of Invercargill These are just some of them. If you are interested, sent me a private email and I can give you some email addresses. Ina Ina Crossley Auckland New Zealand zone 10a On 25/11/2013 10:09 a.m., Jan willem Overmars wrote: > I was wondering if there are members in NZ (or somewhere else) who would be able tell me more about this subject. > > Looking forward to hear from you, > Jan willem, The Netherlands (hardiness zone unknown: We don't really use that system here: Holland is small enough for two categories: hardy or not hardy).