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Re: glads or crocosmias

I have some hardy and tender gladiolas that have come back 2 years running
now. I'm sure I could find a corm of each if you have no other help.
Probably not too impressive as to size since they're planted in a part shade
area. Weather here is still mild.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho Snake/Clearwater Rivers confluence
----- Original Message -----
From: <kmrsy@comcast.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2005 8:28 AM
Subject: [CHAT] glads or crocosmias

> I'm giving that presentation on summer geophytes at the end of the month
> and am having trouble getting examples in time. I've got some ginger
> rhizomes, lily bulbs, Begonia and Dahlia tubers, a Colocasia (tuber or
> corm? - I've read they are tubers that form corms). But I'd like to show
> Gladiolus and/or Crocosmia corms, too. I've found some on eBay, but the
> pricing with shipping and quantities offered just don't work for me.
> These items will not be available in local stores or delivered by
> mailorder sources in time for my presentation.
> Does anyone (especially those southerners among you) on this list have a
> corm or two they could spare this month? In FL, Tx and southern CA you
> may even be getting ready to plant them soon since you're so much warmer
> down there. I'm sure I can come up with something I could trade that
> you'd like.
> Also looking for a Eucomis bulb if possible.
> --
> Kitty
> neIN, Zone5
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