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beginning to flower - at last.

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On Mon, 05 Mar 2012 00:38:30 +0100, Willi wrote:

beginning to flower - at last.

G Willi

I love it the way such delicate looking beauties find their way
through the rough under growth and come out so beautiful. Thanks for
posting it. I remember them at Winterthur when I worked there in the
70s.
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Am 05.03.2012 01:15, schrieb joevan:
On Mon, 05 Mar 2012 00:38:30 +0100, wrote:

beginning to flower - at last.

G Willi

I love it the way such delicate looking beauties find their way
through the rough under growth and come out so beautiful. Thanks for
posting it. I remember them at Winterthur when I worked there in the
70s.


This is one and the first of many to come. Thanks. I'm glad you like it.
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This is one and the first of many to come. Thanks. I'm glad you like it.


Thanks, I like it too. With our mild winters it doesn't come back for
more than a year or two unless it is lifted and chilled. We have to
chill most Tulips too.
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This is one and the first of many to come. Thanks. I'm glad you like it.


Thanks, I like it too. With our mild winters it doesn't come back for
more than a year or two unless it is lifted and chilled. We have to
chill most Tulips too.

Perhaps there is an advantage to having proper winters after all. :-)
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Am 09.03.2012 15:35, schrieb Garrapata:

This is one and the first of many to come. Thanks. I'm glad you like it.


Thanks, I like it too. With our mild winters it doesn't come back for
more than a year or two unless it is lifted and chilled. We have to
chill most Tulips too.


Haha, different problems everywhere. I can't count the plants I've lost
through the times during winter. This year some Callas I think. There
are always rumours of some subtropical plants being hardy. People try to
keep them outside and are frustrated in Spring. Lately it was a new
breed of Rosemary, that was sold as hardy, and some years ago
Passionflowers.


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