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Re: Signs of spring!

Jim, my first reply didn't seem to work, so if I repeat myself, please
blame AOL.
I have no idea where my Galanthus came from.  I have had them for
many years.  In another place they  have spread widely and flow
down a slope, making a lovely show.  This spot is quite limited  - 
less than a foot between the rock outcropping and the drive 
pavement.  I have Leucojum also, and I believe I brought those from 
Constitution Island where I volunteered for a number of years - 
but that was more than 15 years ago. 
Both have lovely, delicate flowers and grasslike foliage that soon
disappears.  They are not showy like tulips and daffodils, but are
such a delight as an  early sign of spring.  
Probably any good bulb supplier like Scheepers would offer them.
You don't need many - they spread, and you just want that small 
fix of a sign of spring

In a message dated 03/13/2005 8:14:44 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
garrideb@well.com writes:
Hi Auralie--
    Do you know of a good source for Galanthus ? I've not yet grown
snowdrops, but having seen a lot of pictures of them lately, I want
to give them a try. The usual suspects (B & B, Odyssey, Old House) offer
G. nivalis and maybe elwesii, but nobody seems to have a wide offering.
Do you grow Leucojum as well ?

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