Bulbs blooming now

Makiko Goto-Widerman makikogotowiderman@me.com
Mon, 18 May 2015 10:54:41 PDT
Dear Cynthia,

It is very interesting to see the picture and read the story about the Iris germanic a 'Wabash’.  I bought many different heirloom iris rhizomes from Old House Garden many years before, but I never seen this iris, ‘Wabash’.
That’s is my favorite iris.  I hope I can see the flower this summer or next year.  Currently Iris “Indian Chief’ is in bloom.  
By the way I’m waiting for old fashioned roses from Rogue River, OR.

Makiko
Southern California


On May 18, 2015, at 4:58 AM, Robin <robin@no1bird.net> wrote:

> anthecologist isn't in my dictionary
> 
> On 5/18/2015 1:10 AM, Travis O wrote:
>> Hi there bulb friends,
>> 
>> Sunday morning I posted new photos of the "bulbs" blooming now in my area and some random thoughts on the plants. It is mostly the time for the irises, many different kinds blooming around town and in the natural landscape. Dichelostemma congestum is coming into bloom as well as the Triteleias. Alliums are the main true bulbs now and throughout the coming Summer. Check it out here:
>> 
>> http://amateuranthecologist.blogspot.com/2015/05/…
>> 
>> Or alternatively try this:
>> 
>> http://tinyurl.com/k3rz3pe/
>> 
>> As always I appreciate any comments or feedback (especially corrections!)
>> 
>> Travis Owen
>> Rogue River, OR
>> 
>> amateuranthecologist.blogspot.com
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