Legacy Bulbs

Justin Smith oothal@hotmail.com
Thu, 27 May 2010 09:24:02 PDT
Hi All,


Two years ago I gathered a start of a Hemerocallis that was growing along the road a long way from any currently standing house. I certainly have no idea of the species. The patch was quite small but my start of it is spreading fairly quickly in my native flower garden. They get no care except an occational weeding. I will send a pic if I can get my computer fixed soon or I will just wait and send a pic when they bloom in another couple of weeks. They have sent up flower stalks but just a bit early for blooms. 



Woodville, TX 8b/9a



> Date: Thu, 27 May 2010 07:40:44 -0700
> To: pbs@lists.ibiblio.org
> From: msittner@mcn.org
> Subject: [pbs] Legacy Bulbs
> I have added another page of Kathleen Sayce's treatment of Legacy Bulbs.
> http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/…
> This page covers Freesia through Hyacinthus. Our wiki page on 
> Hemerocallis is very brief and we don't have pictures of most of the 
> species that Kathleen reports as naturalizing. If anyone has pictures 
> of these species and is willing to contribute them to the wiki, 
> please add them if you know how or send them to David Pilling who 
> has offered to help. You can send photos to him at 
> david@pilling.demon.co.uk or pbs@pilling.demon.co.uk
> Dennis Kramb has seen Hemerocallis fulva naturalized so perhaps he 
> has a photo of that one at least.
> Mary Sue
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