Sinningia Lecture

Floral Architecture
Fri, 08 Oct 2010 16:17:13 PDT
For those in the LA area, I will be giving a lecture on Oct 16th at the LA 

10:15 – Program byJohn Ingram
"Sinningias, the new rival for Salvias"
Sinningias are great garden plants that can stand the heat, sun, and drought 
that most garden plants suffer under. They not only take it, they keep going. 
Their heat tolerance is offset with their cold tolerance.
They are one of the best garden plants because of these qualities but also 
their fragrance and their attractiveness to hummingbirds. 
As a youngster John took an interest in plants and has been growing for over 20 
years.  His specialties are rare bulbs and exotic plants.  Currently his main 
focus seems to be on Clivias, Amaryllids and Sinningias.  This month John will 
share his love of plants with us. John can be contacted at /
 Saturday October 16th
LACounty Arboretum in Arcadia
(Sorry I don't remember the exact address at the moment)
Lecture Hall A
Talk is at 10:15
If you tell the folks in the front entrance that you're there for the Daylily 
and Amaryllis Club meeting, they're supposed to just let you in. 

John Ingram in Camarillo, CA, between Santa Barbara and L.A. "Your Clivia Connection"
New number >>> 805.914.9505 (cell, west coast time, please call accordingly. 
Thank you) 

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