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Re: Chasmanthe

  • To: "iris talk" <iris-talk@onelist.com>
  • Subject: Re: Chasmanthe
  • From: "jervis2" <jervis2@eggconnect.net>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 18:57:01 -0000
  • References: <004501bf2c16$cca2fec0$03023c3e@auqwt68469> <382A81D2.1BD7@mail.fidalgo.net>

From: "jervis2" <jervis2@eggconnect.net>


Subject: Re: Chasmanthe


> jervis2 wrote:
> >
> > Just to say thanks for the input I would imagine the corms I was given
are
> > cultivated forms of the wild form. The only thing the was on the label
was
> > the word orange would you now if there is a photo any were on the net
off
> > Chasmanthe at I do not know what it looks like.
> > Regards Arthur
>
>
> Yes, try <http://www.larrydavison.com/bulbs/source/3.html>. It has a
> photograph and helpful descriptions of the wild varieties and cultivars.
Your
> orange Chasmanthe appears to be identified as well.
>
> A search of <www.yahoo.com> with the term <Chasmanthe> returned 28
locations.
> This Web page with the photograph is one of those pages. You may find it
> interesting to browse the descriptions on some of the other pages. The
> Australian CD-ROM is one such page of special interest. It describes the
> historical Australian interest in this South African plant. Note, the
> glodiolus is also a South African cousin to the Chasmanthe.
>
> Dallas Patterson
> nye@fidalgo.net
>

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