BX 2023 490 CLOSED

Started by Bwosczyna, April 21, 2023, 06:19:01 PM

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All: Please read this post/email in its entirety prior to ordering so we will have no confusion for ordering and your boxes can get out to you much more quickly?  It will make my job a little easier.

This BX will be open for orders until Wednesday, April 26 at 9:00 p.m. PST

Standard rules apply for this BX:

Kindly review the list below and email me (do not reply to this email) with your request(s) to bulbexpbs@gmail.com.
I will send a simple acknowledgement of your email.  Should you not have a response from me within a day, please resend.

Be sure to include your full name and current address.

Bulbs are $3 each.  Some of these are only one share and in short supply.

This will be a lottery (however, if you did not receive something last round, kindly advise and I will try to assure some accommodation. Also, if there is something you really are looking to receive, it helps for me to know this as well.)

You must be current in your membership and you must be up-to-date on BX/SX charges. If you are uncertain, feel free to check with Jane McGary or Arnold Trachtenberg.


Payments should no longer be made through the Paypal website due to changes in Paypal policies. PBS must be paid through the PBS website at: https://www.pacificbulbsociety.org/pbsforum/index.php?page=BXpay.
Please be sure to reference BX number above.
You are still free to send payment via check if that is your preference.

No orders to anywhere but the US and (sometimes) Canada can be entertained at this point.  We cannot furnish the appropriate phyto docs to other countries.

Thank you as always to our current donors.

Robert Parks     

               1. Amorphophallusalbus RP1     
               2. Amorphophallus dunnii             
               3. Amorphophallus kachienensis or yunnanensis
               4. Amorphophallus konjac RP? #2             crow stole the label
               5. Amorphophallus konjac RP1 (Swallowtail)         (slightly forked spathe)
               6. Amorphophallus konjac RP2   
               7. Amorphophallus konjac RP4   
               8. Amorphophallus konjac RP5   ex BX473
               9. Amorphophallus konjac RP6g ()             OP konjac seedling division
               10. Amorphophallus konjac RP7
               11. Amorphophallus myosuroides (Green Leaf)   
               12. Arisaemaflava (Yellow #2)   
               13. Begoniasutherlandii                ex Dhannon
               14. Gorgonidium intermedium   
               15. Oxalissp. (Durango) ex Dhannon
               16. Oxalis trollii  ex DHannon
               17. Sauromatumgiganteum RP2               
               18. Sauromatum venosum
Indian Giant 

               19. Sauromatum venosum RP3   ex Jglattstein
               20. Sinningia leucotricha

               21. Typhonium rhizomatosum (AGA 1326-01)

Robert Lauf       

               22.Lachenalia ensifoli
a (pink)     

               23. Lachenalia namaquensis

               24. Drimia uniflora

Mary Sue Ittner
               25. Gloriosa superba
- summer growing 

               26. Hypoxis baurii var. platypetala, syn. Rhodohypoxis baurii var. platypetala- summer growing               
               27. Oxalis callosa
- winter growing           

               28. Oxalis sp. L 96/42  - summer growing, Uli collected in Mexico               
               29. Oxalis triangularis
- evergreen if you keep watering   

               30. Oxalis zeekoevleyensis
- winter growing, but starts into growth early, water July-August when shows signs of life           

               31. Griffinia espritensis   

Judy Wong         

               32.Chasmanthe floribunda

               33. Chasmanthebicolor

Fred Biasella       

               34. Stenomesson(Clinanthus) variegatum yellow form,             
               35. Stenomesson (Clinanthus) red form 
               36.Gloxinia Nematanthodes 'Evita'         

Thank you!


Sorry for the omission, Mary Sue.