Stephen Putman putman@pobox.upenn.edu
Wed, 10 Sep 2008 10:42:33 PDT
Yep, just opened/opening in costal Delaware garden - in the ground and 
hardy now for several years.

Steve Putman

James Waddick wrote:
> Dear All,
> 	This is a slow time in the garden. A sudden cold front, rains 
> from a lagging Gustav and lower temps have slowed things down a lot.
> 	Lycoris caldwellii is still going strong and my optimism is 
> for bloom on the later L. radiata and relatives.
> 	A small patch of color is provided by a pot of Rhodophiala 
> bifida in a gallon pot. On the one hand it really isn't much, but the 
> color is great and the amount of care is minimal so it is getting 
> more attention -at least admiration- for a few days now. Mine is from 
> the Texas 'form' which I have tried in the garden, but without 
> success. just pushing it a bit too much.
> 	Anyone else blooming it now?
> 		Best	Jim W.
> ps. I meant to comment earlier about Judy G's note on 'Friendly 
> INvaders'. You mean it isn't all black & White and there are shades 
> of grey? Whoda Knew? Thanks for the link.

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