Hello all

Karl Church 64kkmjr@gmail.com
Sun, 31 Aug 2014 11:35:06 PDT
Welcome Wood,

You've come to a great site & I'm sure the members will be very helpful in
your search for Hemerocallis.

Karl Church
Dinuba, CA
zone 9b
On Aug 31, 2014 10:38 AM, "Wood Grigsby via pbs" <pbs@lists.ibiblio.org>

> I am new to this site. I live in Southern California on a mountain at
> elevation 2000 feet in an arid climate. This is a huge difference from my
> early years spent in the bayous of Southern Louisiana, where my tastes in
> flowering bulbs was shaped. I am fond of amaryllis, crinums, clivias,
> zephyranthes, but most especially hymenocallis.
> All of these bulbs do well in the fast draining decomposed granite soil of
> Kagel Canyon. Ever so slowly, parts of my yard (well protected from
> rabbits, gophers and deer) are starting to look like my Southern Louisiana
> childhood "home."
> While that is all well and good, I also have an obsessive nature and want
> to collect and grow as many varieties of these bulbs as is available to me.
> With that in mind, my current obsession is Hymenocallis Imperialis (BIG
> FATTY).  I hope that someone here will have some to share.
> I am currently growing Hymenocallis: coronaria, liriosme, littoralos and
> festalis, with plans to share these bulbs in the future as the bulblets
> mature.
> Thanks for reading,
> Wood
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