David Ehrlich
Thu, 11 Feb 2010 17:46:34 PST
  I will  send you the propagules -- no problem.  The cold conditions you're having in the mid-atlantic states right now should not be a problem as the package would be indoors  and warm most of the time.  The only concern is the flight -- I think all cross-country mail goes by air these days.  The plants can certainly withstand a day or so of slightly below freezing, but how cold it gets in the stratosphere is something else.  I'll insulate as best I can.  It might take me a day or two -- I'll e-mail you when I take the package to the post office.

David E

From: mark zukaitis <>
To: Pacific Bulb Society <>
Sent: Thu, February 11, 2010 2:49:46 PM
Subject: Re: [pbs] Neomarica

John - 

Thank you very much. I live at:

Mark Zukaitis
422 George Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201.

I would be very excited to have Neomarica caerulea.  Let me know how I can remunerate your generous offer!


Mark Zukaitis
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: John C. MacGregor<> 
  To: Pacific Bulb Society<> 
  Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2010 5:00 PM
  Subject: Re: [pbs] Neomarica

  On Feb 11, 2010, at 11:55 AM, mark zukaitis wrote:

  > I currently have Neomarica gracilis and Neomarica candida - and am  
  > in need of Neomarica Carulea and was wondering, that if anyone was  
  > growing this plant if I could obtain a piece - I would be willing  
  > to comply with any paymement arrangements!


  Where do you live?  I could see if any of our plants f Neomarica  
  caerulea (note spelling) have any propagules in the old  
  inflorescences.  I'll check on Saturday.  We may even have one in a  
  pot I could wash off and send to you.

  John C. MacGregor
  South Pasadena, CA
  USDA Zone 9
  Sunset Zones 21/23

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