Pacific BX 35

Dell Sherk
Mon, 28 Jul 2003 06:08:35 PDT
Dear All,

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From Paul Tyerman:


1. Lachenalia pallida
2. Albuca altissima (this seed was harvested 18 months ago)

From Mary Sue Ittner:


3. Camassia leichtlinii--winter growing, seedlings, not big enough to bloom
so haven't confirmed identity

4. Cyrtanthus elatus x montanus--bulblets, evergreen
5. Geissorhiza monanthos--cormlets, small, beautiful flower, picture on the
wiki, winter growing
6. Ipheion uniflorum--white, winter growing
7. Ixia monadelpha--blue-violet, cormlets, winter growing
8. Leucocoryne vittae I think, I didn't get all my pots renamed to the
correct name and I had some L. purpurea to share so I'm not sure which this
is. Both are nice.--winter growing, from Chile, gorgeous flowers

SEED , all of winter growing plants:

9. Bellevalia romana

10. Brodiaea jolonensis-low growing one from Southern California, long

11. Delphinium ulginosum--2nd generation seed from plants grown from 2300
feet in Lake County California. Fleshy, 3 lobed yellowish green leaves in a
basal rosette. 12" spikes of blue-purple flowers. Blooms late spring, early
12. Geissorhiza heterostyla--purple
13. Lachenalia aloides aurea--gold
14. Lachenalia elegans suaveolens
15. Lachenalia reflexa-yellow
16. Moraea hybrids--By popular request, remember my different colors and
combinations of yellows and oranges on the wiki. Can be weedy in areas that
are mild and wet in winter
17. Moraea pendula-- This one was open pollinated, growing near the ones
above so probably is a hybrid
18. Pelargonium incrassatum--just a few seeds, wonderful flowers, see on the
19. Romulea citrina--yellow
20. Sparaxis bulbifera--white
21. Sparaxis grandiflora violacea (also a few cormlets)--wiki picture
22. Triteleia ixioides scabra--Seed could be hybridized, the original plants
are tall, early blooming and long blooming, vigorous nice bright yellow

Thank you, Paul and Mary Sue !!

Best wishes,

--Dell Sherk, Director, Pacific BX

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