Hesperocallis undulata

Jacob Knecht jacobknecht@gmail.com
Wed, 04 Aug 2010 14:04:09 PDT
Nhu Nguyen and I were in Anza-Borrego State Park in mid-March this year and
saw dozens of plants in bloom.  They are magnificent plants and their
fragrance after dusk/before sunrise is heavenly.

Tim is a very skilled grower and I would think that his southern California
inner coastal range valley climate is similar enough to that of
Hesperocallis' climate in the Sonoran Desert to allow him good growing.

Surely replicating a Sonoran Desert climate in Indiana would take some
serious equipment.

Jacob Knecht

- photographs: http://flickriver.com/photos/morabeza79/random/

On 4 August 2010 13:45, Cody Howard <cchowar1027@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I agree with Tim. I've seen these growing in large quantities in habit.
> Found a
> really large clumb (about a foot in diameter) last spring surrounded by
> tons of
> other clumps. I doubt they're endangered based off what I saw in this
> one small
> area.
> Curious as to who 'Ton' is,
> Cody Coyotee
> Altadena, CA
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