mark zukaitis
Thu, 11 Feb 2010 12:42:57 PST
Hello David!

Fantastic!  I would love a propagule of N. caerulea!  Thank you.  Also, N. northiana.

Unfortunately I a not absolutely certain of my N. gracilis - it lacks a reliable provinance - I was identifying it on visual recognition of mature flowering plants.

Mark F. Zukaitis
422 George Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

There are no propagules yet on my so-called N. gracilis - - - however, there is a flower spike and in a month or so I am sure there will be a plantlet I can send.  I do have a propagule of a N. candida someone sent me from Brazil last year.

Where do you live?


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: David Ehrlich<> 
  To: Pacific Bulb Society<> 
  Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2010 3:31 PM
  Subject: Re: [pbs] Neomarica

  Hi Mark,

  My Neomarica caerulea produced propagules last year which I have not yet removed. Two have 4 leaves each, about 6" long (but no roots). I can send you one or both of them if you send me your address.

  I also have many propagules on my N.northiana, which I can also send.

  Are you positive of the identification of your N. gracilis? I ask this because many people grow N. northiana under the name of N.gracilis. If you have the genuine species, I'd be interested in propagules of that when you have some.

  David E. 
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