?? small, tropical, evergreen bulbs

design@moonwortstudio.com design@moonwortstudio.com
Mon, 11 Feb 2019 00:26:49 PST
Thanks very much. I have seen G. libioniana while shopping around 
before. Any ideas for US sources that might have them?

I saw the other note about Sinningia. I do have a few other mini 
gesneriads including a couple Streptocarpus and Primulina. I should get 
some Sinningia as well.

On 2019-02-10 16:24, Eugene Zielinski wrote:
> Take a look at Griffinia species, particularly Griffinia liboniana.
> For higher light situations, some Ledebouria species may work, mainly
> for foliage rather than flowers.
> 
> Eugene Zielinski
> Prescott Valley, Arizona
> USA
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
>> From: design@moonwortstudio.com
>> Sent: Feb 10, 2019 10:37 AM
>> To: pbs@lists.pacificbulbsociety.net
>> Subject: Re: [pbs] ?? small, tropical, evergreen bulbs
>> 
>> Hi All.
>> 
>> I have a plant selection question. I have a special interest in
>> houseplants and planted terrariums and for some of my designs I could
>> really use short-statured lilies or similar plants. Most geophytes 
>> won't
>> really work in these situations because of their dormancy cycles, but 
>> I
>> wonder if there might any lesser known possibilities that are more
>> likely to grow as evergreens and do well in more or less constant
>> conditions(?).
>> 
>> I am familiar with Eucharis lilies, although I have not grown them, 
>> but
>> the ones I have seen are rather big. Any other ideas?
>> 
>> Thanks for considering this!
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