Favorite bulb combinations

Alberto Castillo ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com
Sat, 28 Jun 2003 14:37:14 PDT
Hi Robert:
              Glad you mentioned it! Allium triquetrum is a completely 
misunderstood useful plant. It is about one of the very few plants that will 
grow happily in the light shade near trees. The sight of many plants of it 
in flower in a "wood" is spring is lovely. Of course it is a rampant invader 
in the well amended beds we grow most of our treasures in but it is up to us 
to use our ingenuity to compensate its ultra vigour with harsh environmental 
conditions. Besides, the clumps are very easy to remove once the flowers are 
over. Not recommended to try this once the seed is ripe!
All the best

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