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ARIL: I. hoogiana and stolonifera

From: Rodney Barton <rbarton@hsc.unt.edu>

>         Hi folks, I recently became enamored of these two rascals and would
> be interested in buying or trading for them if anyone cares to share. I have
> a section along my front fence which is not irrigated in summer, and
> currently contains some small bulbs (Babiana and T. bakeri mostly) which
> also like the summer off. I think these two would like to join them.


I purchased both of these a few years ago from Lowell Baumunk <Lbaumunk@aol.com>.

They haven't done too well but are still alive.  I. stolinifera finally graced me with a bloom stalk this year.  It was worth the wait!


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