pbs Digest, Vol 80, Issue 27

Knisely, Jonathan jonathan.knisely@yale.edu
Wed, 23 Sep 2009 12:14:17 PDT
It seems to me as though Tomas' site would be particularly appropriate for postings related to Erythronium dens-canis (dog's tooth violet).  Are there other bulbs with a common or scientific name that involve dogs?

Jonathan Knisely
New Haven, CT

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   1. http://www.bulbousspecies.eu/  language problems (Tomas Sandberg)
   2. Re: Oca  Oxalis Tuberosa (Elizabeth Waterman)


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Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 19:59:21 +0200
From: Tomas Sandberg <to.sa@comhem.se>
Subject: [pbs] http://www.bulbousspecies.eu/  language problems
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I don't understand what you mean with the language problems, my
bulbous forum is now in English?
And the dog forum is in Swedish and the first part of the forum is the http://www.bulbousspecies.eu/
  all in English.

This probably the only combined dog and bulbous forum in the world, a
new idea I got and a very easy way to try to start up something new,
so please explain for me what language problems you have with my
bulbous forum more specific, and when/if you became a member you have
to choose your own languageand timezone in your profile the same place
where you choose your username and password.

But it is possible for me to change everything to a pure bulbous forum
in English but that will cost me money and for the moment I'm not
ready to do this, maybe if I got more members and more activity at the
forum I might do that?

Best regards
Tomas Sandberg


Message: 2
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 17:17:26 -0700
From: Elizabeth Waterman <lizwat@earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: [pbs] Oca  Oxalis Tuberosa
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Someone asked me to report when oca became available in bulk locally.
(Berkeley CA)
 It is now at Berkeley Bowl (The Shattuck Ave Store) it is selling at
about $6 a pound.
 There are red and pale yellow tubers.  The tubers range from 2 to close
to 4 inches long, and roughly 1/2+ inch thick.
If there's a substantial interest, I could buy some and ship them off to
Dell; one or two requests, I could deal with privately if that is ok.
Liz W


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