sourcing unusual galanthus

Laura Hawthorn lauraajh@gmail.com
Fri, 06 Mar 2015 11:02:15 PST
Seems like my reply shows up in the thread if I respond via email rather than use the Reply button so that's what I'm doing.  Thanks for the nursery info, not sure what practical good it will do me but at least I'll be able to look at lots more pictures of snowdrops...sigh.  Not sure what governments think they're accomplishing with some of the regs, so very frustrating for gardeners.
 
On 2015-03-06, at 1:41 PM, penstemon wrote:

> 
> Thanks for the detailed info.  Would you mind sharing the names of the nurseries that are willing to export?  And I'm sure you already know that Carolyn's Shade Gardens has a lovely collection and I believe does mail order, within the U.S only.
> 
> Oh, sorry, I should have added that. http://www.cornoviumsnowdrops.co.uk/  and http://rareplants.co.uk/
> I’ve never ordered from Cornovium. 
> Carolyn’s, and the Temple Nursery sell snowdrops in the US, and Odyssey Bulbs and Far Reaches Farm offer some, too. 
> And I should add that I have never ordered snowdrops from overseas, either. Because, possibly obviously, I would have had enough money to buy my own country first, and then importing snowdrops would not have been a problem. 
> (I also realize that this process of purchasing snowdrops from nurseries concerns international regulation of bulbs which cannot possibly be endangered in any sense of the word, but that’s another story altogether.)
> Bob Nold
> Denver, Colorado, USA
> _______________________________________________
> pbs mailing list
> pbs@lists.ibiblio.org
> http://pacificbulbsociety.org/list.php
> http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/






More information about the pbs mailing list