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OT-BULBS: Galanthus

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Hi iris-listers,
I am desperately in need of information. I have searched everywhere and 
cannot find any information on a double form of galanthus, except that 
it is rare. 
A friend has a small bulb in flower, about 4" tall, that looks exactly 
like a snowdrop, but with the 3 petals flaring horizontally, and the 
inside of the flower is frilled, much like some of the fancy double 
daffodils. The flower is about 1" in diameter.  
Thanks, in anticipation.
Jan Clark, Australia

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