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Re: Re: Bulb sale

Well, they wouldn't have to be in bloom when sold.  We'll give it a try.  It
is possible to time it somewhat close, though I'll have look into it.

----- Original Message -----
> Hum.. timing for a two day (?) sale when forcing bulbs.... yipers! Good
> Luck!
> Donna
> > All the Foxtail Lilies sold (Eremurus), most of the daffs and crocus,
> > all the Ipheion (Spring Starflower) and chionodoxa (Glory of the
> Snow),
> > all the Hyacinths and Lilium, and all but a few Allium. Last year they
> > were demanding more tulips, so I got more, but they wanted Narcissus
> > this year. waht can I say?
> >
> >
> > We really can't plant leftover tulips here, the rodents get them. so i
> > think I'll be potting them up. The Hort Ed is planning a garage sale
> for
> > mid april next year (we used to have them before I became an MG, but
> not
> > since then) . So I think some forced bulbs might time out pretty well
> > for that. I have several Triumph types left and they force well.
> > However, I wouldn't really call it forcing exactly. Just potting them
> up
> > and overwintering the pots. I 'll have to work out the timing for
> > bringing them out of their hiding place in time to bloom for that
> sale.
> >
> >
> > Kitty
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