Bill Welch's Narcissus stock

Lee Poulsen via pbs
Sat, 05 Jun 2021 11:27:03 PDT
I just wrote to the email address on the Facebook page of Mountain Oaks Farm, telling them that we were discussing this on the PBS list and that lots of people are still interested in obtaining Bill’s hybrids. I asked if someone was running his mail order business and where we could go to find it. This is the reply, Jamie just sent me:

Hi Lee,
Yes, Bill left the farm in Moss Landing to me and my husband, Marc. We are working on organizing the collection and finding help to run the mail order business that Bill used to manage. One of Bill's good friend's, Aaron James Schnebly, has offered to take the position as bulb salesman at the farm which is awesome! He is very knowledgeable and as eager as Bill was when it comes to growing and hybridizing. Anyway, we are deciding how to label, categorize and propagate the vast variety of bulbs Bill left behind, so please bear with us as we gradually get started on carrying on the business. Here is Aaron's contact information: <>
Thanks for reaching out,
-Jamie Colliard

--Lee Poulsen
Pasadena, California, USA - USDA Zone 10a
Latitude 34°N, Altitude 1150 ft/350 m

> On Jun 4, 2021, at 7:55 PM, Michael Mace via pbs <> wrote:
> Jeron wrote: 
>> Jaminia Colliard of Mountain Oaks Farm sells cut flowers and bulbs at the
> farmers markets in the San Francisco Bay Area.  
> She inherited Bill's farm. I have her email address; send me a note
> privately if you want it. I'd share it here, but I didn't ask her if that
> was OK, so I want to be polite.
> Mike
> San Jose, CA

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