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Re: Watsonias


me too,
Kris in northern CA

Nan Sterman wrote:

> Jane, I probably live close to you and would love some of the white
> watsonia if you are able to share them.  I am in the Encinitas area, where
> are you?
>
> Nan
>
> >  I am hoping to share some of the watsonia bulbs that have multiplied
> >here in my zone 24 backyard. They are pink with a slight lavender shade
> >and about  four feet tall. I have a few white but the pink are more
> >vigorous. They are dormant now and ready to be replanted.
> >                Jane (zone 24) in San Diego
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