missing snowdrop mystery solved

Jim McKenney jimmckenney@jimmckenney.com
Tue, 06 May 2008 18:05:20 PDT
Diane, I had to laugh when I read this. 

Among some snowdrop bulbs received here years ago as Galanthus caucasicus
there is one plant which clumps freely and produces the largest snowdrop
foliage I've ever seen. I was looking at it the other day, and every time I
see it I think one of the big Allium such as A. stipitatum has seeded there.

Sadly, the flowers are small and all out of proportion to the foliage.  

Jim McKenney
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7, where some of the Corydalis are already totally gone above ground for the
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