Jyl Tuck
Tue, 10 Mar 2015 17:54:04 PDT
Leo,      Those are 2 good reasons.  I've seen them poke up their heads,
then wait for weeks after a snow storm to be seen again and be just fine.
They were here on the property when we arrived 24 years ago and I have
moved them everywhere ( in green or dried up bulbs forgotten in a
container) , and shared 100s of them.  Mine have now been in flower for a
month. The bees and butterflies love them. They remind me of my childhood,
picking a bunch with my Dad for my Mom.  Shucks! Thats enough out of any
bulb for me.
jyl tuck
yale bc

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