Long-lasting Narcissus romieuxii

Mark BROWN brown.mark@wanadoo.fr
Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:52:56 PST
Every year I get three months of flowers on Galanthus reginae-olgae 'Tileburn Jamie'.
This must be the longest flowering snowdrop I have ever seen.
It starts in early October and ends in late January.
Mark W. Brown
76119 Sainte Marguerite-sur-mer,

" Message du 28/02/14 02:14
> De : "Diane Whitehead" 
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> Objet : [pbs] Long-lasting Narcissus romieuxii
> Whenever I become aware that a flower has been open in the garden for a very long time, I can never tell exactly how long.
> I can't this time, either, but five weeks ago I took some visitors outside to show them the flowers of Narcissus romieuxii which had already been open for a while.
> They've since endured snow and strong winds, but they are still flowering. Amazing endurance.
> Such a contrast to the many South African bulbs which remain open for only a few hours.
> Diane Whitehead
> Victoria, B.C., Canada"
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