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Re: Crinum <off topic>

 Dennis -- This would be fantastic!!


S > Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY

S > I'd love a Crinum one day..

    If this is what I've got growing in pots over here in Hawaii, I
can send you one come spring time! had a few of mine bloom this last
summer, they are a 'Night' bloomer too.

    BTW, on those TBI you sent, what and when should I be feeding


Crinum develop a very large bulb, perhaps the size of a basketball when
mature, they have wide shiny leaves, and a sort of short bloomstalk with 
a cluster of blooms at the top.  Yellow ones are rare.


Let me know how you are growing the TBI -- soil, light and moisture and 
I'll see what else is needed.  

What are they doing right now??  Besides waving in the breeze, that is.

Carolyn Schaffner

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