Variegation - Enough already

Ina Crossley
Mon, 29 Aug 2011 15:39:58 PDT
Actually, yes for the knowledgeable ones, Google would be fine, but I 
have found the botanic discussion enlightening.  Being not one of the 
knowledgeable ones, I would not even have thought of Googling it, would 
have thought it always is virus.  I think I have thrown out a bulb which 
quite possibly was not virused and as I not likely to be able to get 
another one of the kind, that is a pity.

Ina Crossley

On 30/08/2011 9:25 a.m., James Waddick wrote:
> Dear PBS friends,
> 	It pains me to write this, but this is NOT a botany site.
> 	I think we have beat the topic to death on multiple and
> various occasions. Although there are always new  and uninformed
> growers the basic science is readily available on the internet
> elsewhere !
> 	We have talked about broken colors in tulips (Rembrandts)
> before, We've talked about variegated foliage before, etc etc.
> 	Let's talk bulbs.
> 	Use google for basic science info.
> 	Today's the start of a new week  what's blooming where you
> live. I bet EVERY member has some bulb blooming in the garden, in a
> pot, at the garden center - what is it and where?  I' contribute next.
> 			Getting on with bulbs talk		Jim W.

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