Speaking Speaking of Calostemmas by the Billabong.

Shelley Gage s.gage100@hotmail.com
Sat, 26 Nov 2011 05:00:27 PST

I think Fairhill might have them

> From: hartsentwine.australia@gmail.com
> Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2011 22:35:41 +1000
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> Subject: [pbs] Speaking Speaking of Calostemmas by the Billabong.
> I'm on holidays & motorcycle touring a few thousand kilometers criss crossing the Great Deviding Range heading South & then heading to Southern Victoria. 
> Does any one know of anyone who may have some Calostemmas. ????Even if is a just a look in a botanical garden etc. I've never seen one in Brisbane
> I am always disappointed by the lack of our stunning Australian native bulbs in home gardens. I found it interesting, that one of my best friends Mark Hawkins from the Hawkins nursery empire, & who now managers Nova Gardens Nursery was telling me many nurseries don't carry bulbs because the flowering spans are too short or unpredictable, & they have to be held in pot culture through the dormant season& space is money.
> So I am slowly getting him hooked on bulbs & perhaps something so rare as a Calostemma & other native bulbs may one day take pride position.....
> Steven 
> SE Queensland Australia
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