new images

Boyce Tankersley
Mon, 17 Mar 2003 06:20:14 PST
Hi Shawn:

Tulipa 'Kingsblood' flowered better for me than any other cultivar when I was in Galveston. Bright red, it seemed in less need of in-ground cooling to flower on decent length stems. 

At my parents place in Las Cruces, NM, (zone 7), Tulipa chrysantha has come back for over 10 years. The larger hybrids have not been as successful. The soils are heavy adobe clay and infested with a pathogen called pink root from the days when onions were commercially grown on that location.

Boyce Tankersley

-----Original Message-----
From: Shawn Pollard []
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2003 8:51 PM
To: Pacific Bulb Society
Subject: Re: [pbs] new images

--- wrote:

> I've also replaced the too-large Tulipa 'Lambada'
> pics with these:

Is this a tulip for warm-winter climates?  Inquiring
minds want to know!  :-)

Shawn Pollard
Midland, TX
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