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RE: summer blooming bulbs


Glad you liked it Chris. So the others know: The Foxtails should be
planted at a slight angle, like the large Frits so they don't get water
in their crowns over winter.


I don't have the booklet with me, but does it say Crocosmia in water gardens?  or is it Colocasia?

--
Kitty 
neIN, Zone5

-------------- Original message -------------- 

> Everyone, 
> 
> I received Kitty's Enjoying Summer Bulbs book in the mail and am very 
> impressed. I love it's 4" x 5" format! It has a great compilation of 
> information all in one place! You know Kitty's research is impeccable! I 
> found out that in April I should pot up the cannas that I'm storing and I 
> found out how to plant foxtail lilies (Eremurus). I've never had any luck 
> with them! I want to plant Crocosmia 'Lucifer' this year, but I see that it 
> can be used in a water garden! Cool! 
> 
> Great job as usual, Kitty! 
> 
> Chris 
> Long Island, NY 
> Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00) 
> 
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