Tulipa sylvestris

dells@voicenet.com dells@voicenet.com
Wed, 05 May 2004 04:50:01 PDT
Dear Judy,

Is Tulipa sylvestris the floppy, yellow, fragrant one that has naturalized all over the 
place on my side of the river, do you think?

Dell in E. PA

On Tue, 4 May 2004 18:00:17 -0400, "Judy Glattstein" <jglatt@ptd.net> wrote :

> Here's an e-mail that came today. I'd corresponded (is that really the
> correct term for an e-mail back-and-forth?) with Dr. Tschanz last year, and
> it was thoughtful of him to keep me in the loop. Somewhat amusing, in light
> of the discussions we've been having on this form. He is doing a good job of
> "getting the word out" - at the North American Rock Garden Society's Eastern
> Winter Study Weekend in PA last January he participated in a concurrent
> session on this topic. Which apparently became so heated that Dr. Tschantz
> felt it necessary to announce that his suit was made of Kevlar.
> Judy in sunny, breezy, cool New Jersey where the flowering dogwood and
> lilacs are in flower. Iris bucharica is going over, and alas, I did not get
> pictures before yesterday's rain. Planting Tulipa sylvestris in a large
> circular terra cotta drain tile ring apparently worked to confine its
> rambling ways - it has 3 flowers. And T. hageri splendens is coloring up.
> ___________________________________________________________________
> The rule change proposed by Plant Protection and Quarantine, APHIS, USDA, to
> allow the importation of small lots of seed without phytosanitary
> certificates under a plant import permit with special conditions has been
> published in the Federal Register on April 29 and is open for comments until
> June 28, 2004. This proposed rule docket can be accessed through the
> attachment below or through the following link
> http://aphis.usda.gov/ppd/rad/…  Directions for
> providing comments to this proposed rule are detailed in the docket body.
> If you have problem accessing  Docket No. 02-119-1; Importation of Small
> Lots of Seed Without Phytosanitary Certificates, please let me know, either
> at the above email address or by phone at 301-734-5306.
> We would greatly appreciate your comments.
> Thanks you for your continued interest in this issue.
> Arnie
> Arnold T. Tschanz
> Senior Staff Officer
> Regulatory Coordination
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