aaron floden
Mon, 14 Apr 2008 14:55:04 PDT
 I cannot offer bulbs or seed of A.coeruleum because I
never found them in my fieldwork in Kansas. I looked
and looked over two springs, but the old localities
are well grazed land where only grasses are left to

 I would love to get hold of either species also.
A.coeruleum is reportedly sweetly fragrant.
 All the best, 
 Aaron Floden
 Knoxville, TN

--- Lee Poulsen <> wrote:

> Speaking of Themidaceae, does anyone know where one
> can find seeds or 
> bulbs of either Androstephium coeruleum or A.
> breviflorum offered?
> I never found 
> any place that offered them. A couple of sources
> didn't think they were 
> worth cultivating, but the photos looked nice to me.
> --Lee Poulsen
> Pasadena, California, USDA Zone 10a

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