On trilliums and more

Matt Mattus mmattus@charter.net
Mon, 05 Jun 2006 05:17:56 PDT
Mark, actually that is what has happened to my Camasia. I have them planted
under a magnolia, which has grow too big before I could move it (Ironic:
Feeling as if one should relocate a yellow Magnolia because of some
bulbs...and not the other way around!). We're crazy!

Anyway, I haven't lost the bulbs, just the tips. I do love C. leichtlinii
semiplena, in fact, I just featured it on my blog,
I am always looking for bulb that boom during this tiny gap between May and
June where the ephemerals are completed, and the June flush hasn't started.

Matt Mattus
Zone 5b
Worcester, MA

And it is sunny today finally!

I have a raised sand bed where I grow C.
> leichtlinii 'Semiplena', and after a good number of years, it has now
> increased and 
> currently has fourteen 3'-tall flowering stems with showy creamy off-white
> flowers... one of my favs.  This year, the tips of the long candles of bloom
> are 
> browning (too much rain), but for the most part it looks to be a good year.
> On 

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