Alberto Castillo
Tue, 10 Sep 2002 17:26:03 PDT
Hi Diana:
         Good to see you back. Pabellonia (formerly Chrysocoryne)is similar 
to Leucocorynes but the staminodes are fleshy and flat and of a showy pale 
orange. They also resemble the Autumn flowering Narcissi like serotinus and 
elegans from a distance.
         For cultivation they demand a very well drained soil in full sun 
and frost free warm conditions. They are summer dormant and bulbs are 
smallish, roundish, very much like Leucocorynes'.

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