Dichelostemma question

Kelly O'Neill kellyo@wetrock.com
Fri, 30 Jan 2004 22:06:48 PST
> and does not twine like 'Pink Diamond'. The latter I would not call
> "rose-purple" but rather a medium rose pink. I've been assured by
> European growers that 'Pink Diamond' is indeed this 
cross, but it
> looks and acts so much like Dichelostemma volubile 

If 'Pink Diamond' does twine, I'd be tempted to think it 
might be an accidental ida-maia and volubile cross. 
Maybe that is what Jane was saying. I do think both 
species bloom about the same time (outdoors) for me.
        Kelly O'Neill 
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