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Re: Oleanders/hummingbirds--Hyacinth experiment/Amaryllis

In a message dated 2/24/06 9:11:59 AM, wmorgan972@ameritech.net writes:

>   Now I'm wondering, since this bulb was grown in a bulb vase,
> how do I preserve the bulb for next year?

Bonnie, I think usually they tell you they are not good for planting in the
garden after forcing however I always plant mine outdoors & may not get a
next yr but the following year it will.   Our botanical center has used plant
sales (plants taken from the dome displays) which include lots of   bulbs at
a very small cost and I have gotten many bulbs from there with the same

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