Dear All: I have been told that I can't offer things like the Crinums to PBS members because it is 'commercial'. If anyone has any ideas of how to dispose of bulbs like these I would like to hear it. These are very large bulbs, over ten years old and measuring up to 6" in diameter, weighing about 2lbs each (without the roots). I can't send them to the BX, they don't want bulbs like this. I can't send them free, it would cost me a fortune in postage, and I also have to unpot the lot of them myself, which at age 72 is going to be very difficult for me (my helpers don't work in the greenhouses where I use chemicals). I am not in a climate where they make good garden plants, it is too cold. I am off the beaten track, so getting help from members is not possible. It is very sad for me to discontinue these lovely bulbs. I let them go dry in the winter, then I water in spring and within four days they are all in bloom and are a magnificent sight. It is going to be really heartbreaking to take them to the dump. Diana Telos P.S. And, by the way, because someone asked, I am NOT going out of business, just trying to open up space and make my life easier.