Bananas you can grow

Marilyn Pekasky
Tue, 29 Nov 2011 10:18:36 PST
My first source for all books, new or used,  is / They list 
almost ALL the varoious vendors who have a particular book for sale.  For 
example the one you want, if bought via bookfinder, starts at around $30 
(including S&H).


From: Shelley Gage <>
To: PBS Pacific Bulb Society <>
Sent: Tue, November 29, 2011 2:43:36 AM
Subject: Re: [pbs] Bananas you can grow

I am trying to buy a copy of "Bananas you can grow" by James Waddick and Glenn 
Stokes. I think James is a member of PBS. The online bookshops seem to have very 
expensive second hand copies in different conditions and the publisher's site 
says they don't send to Australia. Can anyone direct me to a source please?
Shelley Gage Queensland.
Look out for Blandfordias if you travel near enough to the coast. I expect our 
local ones to be flowering when I go to Rainbow on the weekend.

> From:
> Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2011 09:35:46 +1100
> To:
> Subject: [pbs] Bulbs on tour today !
> I'm on tour & now in the Boarder Ranges it is the southern end of the volcano 
>rim that is the 88 mm wide crater that surrounds it's exposed basalt core Mt 
> Today I hope to see Hemholtzia lilies growing in the jungle clad creeks, 
>yesterday I saw 3 species of non native zephranthes In huge patches by the road, 
>Drummondii, Grandiflora & lindylana.
> Steven 
> Queensland Australia
> Sent from my iPhone
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