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Re: Heirloom bulbs address

Hi Ray:

I can't remember the exact length of bloom time for these beauties but I can assure you of one thing, rodents will not bother these bulbs or other bulbs in the vicinity.


At 01:06 PM 2/20/99 +0000, you wrote:
Cheryl Nelson wrote: Last month there was mention of a business that specialized in rare bulbs. Have lost address could someone pass it along to me please <mailto:bip@tdsnet.com>bip@tdsnet.com Thanks Speaking of rare bulbs, I just learned of a giant spring bulb. "Fritillaries Crown Imperial" Does anyone have experience with these in zone 5. How long to the buds last?

Ray W
Mentor, Ohio

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