Mystery Bulbs and Mystery Photographers

David Fenwick
Thu, 12 Jun 2003 22:59:24 PDT
Yes, the Scilla is typically Scilla peruviana, or one of its varietas.

S. peruviana var. ciliata
S. peruviana var. elegans
S. peruviana var. ifnense
S. peruviana var. venusta

Best Wishes,


David Fenwick
NCCPG National Collection of Crocosmia with Chasmanthe and Tulbaghia
The African Garden
96 Wasdale Gardens

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mary Sue Ittner" <>
To: "Pacific Bulb Society" <>
Sent: Friday, June 13, 2003 6:33 AM
Subject: [pbs] Mystery Bulbs and Mystery Photographers

> Dear All,
> Our Mystery wiki page is getting very crowded. Would everyone take a look
> at it and see if there are any of these pictures that we can identify so
> can move them to the correct wiki page.
> We have on this page the following:
> Arisaema, Crinum, Hippeastrum, Lycoris, Oxalis, Scilla, Zephyranthes. I
> removed Arnold's rain lily since it was identified and put it on the
> Zephyranthes page and added a few images that others asked for help with
> that never made it to the Mystery page but I don't think were identified
> either.
> Kelly Irvin provided so many clues for his rain lily but there have been
> suggestions. Could it just be a hybrid?
> I have a few images that I can't find an email about and aren't on a wiki
> page. You all helped me out last time and Arnold's images even generated a
> little discussion. I am going to list the ones I couldn't figure out below
> and if they are not claimed in a week or so I am going to delete them
> I don't know who they belong to:
> Thanks in advance for helping.
> Mary Sue
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