Getting Rain Lilies to Bloom

Cynthia Mueller cynthiasbulbs@hotmail.com
Sun, 24 Nov 2013 06:11:26 PST
Yes, San Antonio had Dr Thad Howard and Austin had Peter Oberwetter and Scott Ogden was close by, don't forget that Dr Walter Flory was at Texas A & M University in College Station for some time. College Station is just about a three hour drive from San Antonio Tx and a two hour drive from Austin, all in Central Texas.  I've dug up rain lilies from grassy areas on the campus where the experimental areas were probably situated and wondered if Walter Flory had anything to do with their being there. At least San Antinio had pockets of decent soil, especially in the older parts of town. -Cynthia W Mueller

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> On Nov 23, 2013, at 10:43 PM, "Alberto" <ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com> wrote:
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> Yes, San Antonio was the main centre because Thad Howard lived there for decades and it is from him (but mainly from the Morris Clints) that rainlily knowledge orignated in North America (including Mexico of course, Mexico is in North America).
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