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July 10, 2008


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Laura Eisener

These Fritillarias are lovely - have been planning to try Fritillaria recurva in a Massachusetts (Zone 6) garden, but have not heard of anyone else trying them here.

Have you heard of a bulb called Romazoffia tracyi? I read a brief description today, but can find no photos or further info. on the internet - supposedly a west coast US native, blooming March to May, but google searches turn up nothing by that name or anything similar.

chuck b.

I failed with F. biflora. And that South African species you find in nurseries sometimes, too. Oh, well.

I saw a large Fritillary inflorescence of some kind on the ridge overlooking Duxbury Reef in Bolinas last March. I'm not sure what it was but it must have been at least 2 feet tall.

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