Tony Avent
Tue, 23 Mar 2004 05:14:01 PST

	I'm not familiar with a Narcissus moschatus type.  The most unusual
narcissus was one that the Flora of Louisiana calls Narcissus juncifolius.
The foliage did indeed look very similar to a large juncus.

>I've long dreamed of doing something like that myself - and with a specific
>goal in mind. You didn't mention them, but did you see or collect any
>Narcissus moschatus types, the so-called Silver Bells types? 
>If so, I'll bet you'll have a line forming when and if you offer them. 
>Jim McKenney
>Montgomery County, Maryland zone 7, where everything was a bit silvery here
>this morning thanks to a stiff frost.
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Tony Avent
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