Pacific Bulb Society BX 372

Keshab C. Pradhan keshabcp@gmail.com
Sat, 08 Nov 2014 08:54:16 PST
Hi Dell,
BX 373
Request for # 19,20 & 21.Thanks.
Keshab Pradhan(Sikkim)

On Sat, Nov 8, 2014 at 9:28 PM, ds429 <ds429@frontier.com> wrote:

> Dear All,
>
>       The items listed below have been donated by our members and friends
> to be shared.
>
> If you are interested in obtaining some of them, please email me PRIVATELY
> at
>
> mailto:ds429@frontier.com
>
> Include "BX 372" in the subject line.
>
>
>         Specify the NUMBERS of the items which you would like; do not
> specify quantities. It is a good idea to include your snail mail address,
> too, in case I do not already have it. Availability is based on a first
> come, first served system. When you receive your seeds/bulbs you will find,
> included with them, a statement of how much money (usually $2.00/share of
> seeds or $3 - $5/share of bulbs)(cash, check, or Pay Pal to <
> pbs.treasury@verizon.net>; no money orders, please) you should send the
> PBS treasurer. Postage and packaging charges are added.
>
>     Many of you are subscribers to this pbs elist which is free, but are
> not members of the Pacific Bulb Society which has a yearly membership
> charge. THIS BX OFFERING IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO MEMBERS of the Pacific Bulb
> Society. If you are not a member, consider joining so that you can take
> advantage of future offers such as this. Go to our website: <
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>         If you would like to donate seeds or bulbs/corms to the
> PBS,(Donors will receive credit on the BX for the cost of postage for their
> donations.), please send CLEAN, clearly labeled plant materials to:
>
> Dell Sherk
> 55 W. High St.
> Salem, WV 26426
> USA
>
> Non US donors should contact Dell for instructions before sending seeds.
>
>             I WILL REPLY TO YOU WITHIN 24 HRS OF MY RECEIPT OF YOUR ORDER.
> IF YOU DO NOT HEAR FROM ME, TRY AGAIN !!
>
>
>
> From Monica Swartz:
>
> 1. Bulbs of Gladiolus tristis ex bx 219
> 2. Bulbs of Moraea tripetala ex Telos Rare Bulbs
> 3. Seed of Brunsvigia bosmaniae from Telos bulbs
> 4. Bulbs of Lachenalia unifolia ex Telos Rare Bulbs
> 5. Bulbs of Lachenalia mutabilis electric blue form ex bx 181
> 6. Bulbs of Albuca aff. flaccida from a volunteer from Arid Lands
> 7. Bulbs of Albuca sp. Plettenberg Bay ex BX 178 ex Roy Herold who wrote
> the following: "from seed collected in November, 2006 from a plant growing
> in pure sand at the edge of the beach, perhaps 50 meters from the high
> waterline. This plant had gone dormant, and only the scape and seed pods
> remained, approximately 20-30cm high. Seedlings grew strongly through last
> summer and winter, and went dormant in May, stretching to go deeply into
> the pot."
> 8. Tubers of Alocasia x amazonica an easy and common house plant (A. x
> mortfontanensis)?
>
> From Mary Sue Ittner:
>
> 9. Corms of Ferraria sp?
>
> From Rimmer de Vries:
>
> 10. Small bulbs of Oxalis obtusa, pink
> 11. Bulb of Eucharis sp? , only one
> 12. Bulb of Pancratium zeylanicum, only one
>
> From Jyl Tuck:
>
> 13. Small tubers of Arisaema amurense
>
> From Francisco Lopez:
>
> 14. Bulbils of Lilium lancifolium
> 15. Small bulbs of Allium roseum
> 16. Small bulbs of Ornithogalum caudatum (Albuca bracteata?) (Lonocornelos
> caudatum?)
> 17. Small corms of Watsonia sp?
>
> From Giovanni Curci:
>
> 18. Small bulbs of Clinanthus incarnatus, yellow form (VERY FEW)
> 19. Small bulbs of Phaedranassa viridiflora
>
> From Jim Waddick:
>
> Lycoris seeds These are both Spring foliage species NOT suited to
> Mediterranean or South eastern climates. Do best north of zone 7 into Zone
> 4 and 5. NOT recommended for Southern CA. Plant seeds immediately on
> receipt as they do not have a long shelf life. They do poorly in pots for
> long term and rarely bloom in pots.
>
> 20. Seeds of Lycoris chinensis These seed are from fairly isolated parents
> with this name, but it hybridizes readily with other fertile species.
> Expect flowers that are yellow to gold in color, somewhat 'spidery' in form
> and around 30 in tall.
>
> 21. Lycoris hybrids- These are a mix of L. chinensis and L. longituba.
> Flowers will be smooth or spidery, from white to gold and may have some
> pink tints. Easy and hardy in Zone 5/6.
>
> Thank you, Monica, Mary Sue, Rimmer, Jyl, Francisco, Giovanni, and Jim !!
>
> Best wishes,
> Dell
>
> Dell Sherk, PBS BX
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