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Re: OT-BULBS: Galanthus

From: Paul & Yvonne Tyerman <tyerman@dynamite.com.au>

At 03:02 8/09/98 PDT, you wrote:
>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

Galanthus nivalis "Plena".  Double form of Galanthus nivalus.  Pretty in a
distorted sort of way.  I much prefer all the normal Galanthus.


Paul Tyerman, Also in Australia.

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