Kathleen Sayce ksayce@willapabay.org
Sun, 19 Apr 2009 11:15:56 PDT
In reading posts, I realized that the Tulipa clusiana seed pods I had  
last year were much less common that I thought. Next time, perhaps  
even this summer, if any of my tulip patches set seed, I'll save them  
for the seed exchange. Meanwhile, T. turkestanica, clusiana, clusiana  
chrysantha, tarda and sylvestris are all in flower, along with a few  
standards that the deer managed not to eat this year.

We are enjoying our first actually warm and sunny day, on the Pacific  
Northwest coast, where I'm heading out to weed gorse plants before  
they set seed, an annual chore in older yards along the ocean in the  
sand dunes.

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