TOW 2004

January 2004

TOW NH Do in Jan -- Diane Whitehead Suggestions

Dormancy--Seed and Bulb -- Roy Sachs' Seed Introduction Bulb Introduction

Favorite Yellow Flowered Bulbs directs you to the individual posts.

The information is summarized in Favorite yellow bulbs A-F - Favorite yellow bulbs G-M - Favorite yellow bulbs N-P - Favorite yellow bulbs Q-Z

Veltheimia -- Doug Westfall's Introduction


February 2004

Galanthus -- John Grimshaw'sIntroduction

Smaller Narcissus -- Dave Karnstedt's Introduction -- Nancy Wilson's Introduction

Dwarf Tulipa -- Mark McDonough's Introduction


March 2004

To Do Northern Hemisphere March -- Diane Whitehead Introduction

Iris -- Robert Pries' Introduction.

New Classification for Iris is a document prepared by Robert Pries that summarizes the proposed changes in how iris is to be classified.

Favorite Orange Flowered Bulbs directs you to the individual posts.

The information is summarized in Favorite Orange Flowered Bulbs.

Pancratium -- Pascal Vigneron's Introduction.


April 2004

To Do Northern Hemisphere April -- Diane Whitehead Garden

Bellevalia -- Alberto Castillo's Introduction

Hymenocallis -- Kevin Preuss' Introduction--Part One Introduction--Part Two

What's Blooming Now


May 2004

To Do Northern Hemisphere May -- Diane Whitehead Garden

Ledebouria -- Rhoda McMaster's Introduction

Paris, Daiswa and Kinugasa -- Mark Mazer's Introduction

Fabulous foliage -- Mark McDonough's Introduction and Illustrations from his web page


June 2004

TOW N.H.Do in June -- Diane Whitehead Garden

Favorite Red Flowered Bulbs directs you to the individual posts.

The information is summarized in Favorite Red Flowered Bulbs.


July 2004

Gethyllis -- Rachel Saunders' Introduction

Paeonia -- Jim Waddick's Introduction-Part 1 Introduction-Part 2


August 2004

Favorite Pink Flowered Bulbs directs you to the individual posts.

The information is summarized in Favorite Pink Flowered Bulbs.

What Follows Bulbs was an informal discussion suggested by Jane McGary that discussed what plants to plant in an area that has winter and spring flowering bulbs that will produce summer flowers and will not require a lot of water that they bulbs might not like

Tuberous Pelargonium -- David Victor's Introduction-Part 1 Introduction-Part 2

Seed Collection Methods This topic suggested by Kenneth J. Boettger under the heading "Starting from seed" discussed methods and supplies used for collecting seeds. There were a few posts about this also in September 2004.


September 2004

Predators and how to protect bulbs from them was an informal topic in September. Look under rats and voles, but field mice, gophers, and planting baskets were discussed too.

Color Terms was the subject heading for an extended discussion about color.

Favorite Purple Flowered Bulbs directs you to the individual posts.

The information is summarized in Favorite Purple Flowered Bulbs.


October 2004

BX Successes

Ammocharis

Cameron McMaster provided information about Ammocharis coronaria in this post.


November 2004

Calochortus

Diana Chapman provided the Introduction and a post on High Elevation Species

Favorite Blue Flowered Bulbs directs you to the individual posts.

The information is summarized in Favorite Blue Flowered Bulbs.


December 2004

Haemanthus

Cameron McMaster provided this Introduction

Ferraria

John Bryan provided this Introduction

Favorite White Flowered Bulbs directs you to the individual posts.

The information is summarized in Favorite white bulbs A-L - Favorite white bulbs M-Z


See TOW 2003 for topics discussed in 2003 and TOW for topics in 2002.


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