Muilla coronata

Adam Fikso
Tue, 09 Mar 2010 15:31:19 PST
Hello Donald:   Dig some and replant them in as close to identical 
conditions as soon as you can, without they're being out of the ground for 
more than a  few hours.

 Don't delay, if you wait for dormancy, they may be gone, paved over, 
disappeared, crushed by tractors, etc., etc.  Do it NOW.   Carry a trowel in 
your truck, with newspapers .

  Wrapping in wet newsprint for transport works as well as anything for 
everything I've ever tried. .   Speed and minimal disturbance is of the 

Be sure to transport a hunk of the same soil--keeping this  around the root 

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From: "Donald Barnett" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2010 4:34 PM
Subject: [pbs] Muilla coronata

> First of the bulbs flowering in the Las Vegas, Nevada area. The muilla
> coronata are growing in a vacant lot. Half the population was destroyed 
> last
> year from construction. Suggestions on how to transplant bulbs. I would
> assume after they go dormant I can dig them up? Ill mark them with tent
> stakes, there are easily 500+ plants.
> Any suggestions or interests are welcome.
> Tx,
> Donnie
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