Scilla/Oncostema peruviana

N Sterman TalkingPoints@PlantSoup.Com
Sun, 28 Oct 2007 18:43:21 PDT
Is the creamy yellow form a named variety?

(in San Diego where we've just survived terrible firestorms)

On Oct 24, 2007, at 1:24 AM, Bulbargence wrote:

> Dear Rodger,
> In our area (fairly close the place of origin of the species) Scilla
> peruviana flowers reliably every year in the ground (lime soil)  
> However, in
> pots flowering dimishes to zero over the years.  We also grow  the  
> alba
> form, a light pale bleu and a creamy yellow forms.  All do just as  
> well and
> flower as easily, as the orignal bleu form.
>  You can see the pictures in our website.
> Greetings from France (where a most unusual drought continues)
> Lauw de Jager
> South of France (zone 8 Olivier)
> Coord. Geogr.(GPS): 43°42' 43" N     4° 32' 12" E
> 25mm in september)

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