Another Mystery Bulb

Kelly Irvin
Mon, 19 May 2003 04:50:51 PDT
Mary Sue:

Arnold's rain lily from San Antonio looks a lot like my Z. drummondii. 
As you can see (or as it appears) the leaves are quite large compared to 
most rain lilies. My mystery bulb has a much more "standard" leaf and 
inflorescence size. Z. drummondii blooms are quite aromatic and open in 
the late afternoon to evening.

Mary Sue Ittner wrote:

> Dear All,
> Our Mystery Bulb page is getting very crowded. No one ever identified 
> Kelly's Rain Lily in spite of every effort on his part to show lots of 
> pictures for comparison and there is still Lyn's Oxalis, the Scilla 
> from the Mendocino gardens, and Arnold's from this weekend. Any help 
> on any of these would be appreciated.
> Arnold's rain lily reminds me of Kelly's. Mind you I am not a rain 
> lily expert so I have no clue. They are both white at any rate.
> A new picture of an Iris seen in last week in bloom by Jana Ulmer 
> needs identification. It is gorgeous:
> Mary Sue
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Mr. Kelly M. Irvin
The Bulbmeister
4407 Town Vu Road
Bentonville, AR 72712

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