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Author Topic: bulbs, corms and so on... 2019 season  (Read 1110 times)

AnJo11

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bulbs, corms and so on... 2019 season
« on: March 31, 2019, 11:41:02 PM »
for all these species or var. seeds may be also available on request.(unless specified)
First bulbs sending possible from the end of April;
I start my bulbs exchanges early, as and when availabilities.
the bulbs are unearthed as soon as the vegetative cycle is finished and shipped ASAP.
the grubbing is done only on express request ... no sales, it is not my business, but a passion. Professionals live on them, I respect and support them with all my heart. Only exchanges against other species, bulbous or not, seeds etc, to see case by case by P.M.
NO STORAGE! ... and very few precise markings on the ground.  ::) no time to do that...
requests at the earliest, certain species or var. are very little available ... or too long to pick up...  or impossible to find when foliage is gone...


ARACEAE:

Pinellia pedatisecta, still dormant bulbils and 2018 seeds



LILIACEAE:

ipheion uniflorum mix colors, diff. shades from stiped white to pale blue.
            "               "charlots bishop"
            "               "rolf fielder"
            "              pure white flower. personal selection withstand -20c and below
            "              blue franc flower.  personal selection withstand -20c and below
ideal for poor rocky soils, rock crevices, stone walls, to naturalize in short grass or grazed meadows, bare soils under trees if  sunny ...


Leucojum aestivum, few available. no seeds.


Narcissus Joncifolius, wild form
ideal for calcareous soil, poor and stony, even clayey, but draining, but withstand any type of soil in very clear situation;
cultivated, not taken in the wild few available

Narcissus  pseudonarcissus. wild form;
cultivated, not taken in the wild

Narcissus tazetta, wil form
cultivated, not taken in the wild few available


Tulipa sylvestris subsp; wild form from mediterranean area
for lime rock,  calcareous soil, poor and stony, even clayey, but draining, but withstand any type of soil in very clear situation;
cultivated, not taken in the wild few available; give very fertile seeds.

Tulipa sylvestris subsp sylvestris. wild form from mediterranean area.
withstand drought. a little smaller than the usual type. identical flowering. rare seeds, not very fertile or generally absent.
cultivated,not taken in the wild.


PRIMULACEAE:

Cyclamen hederifolium 'Album'  different sizes of corms possible, (seed too, faithful to 90% for this selection)

Cyclamen hederifolium, pink flower. different sizes of corms possible, (seed too, random polination)

Cyclamen hederifolium, "silver leaf" pure silver foliage. only 2 small bulbs . no seed trade (not 100% fair due to random polination, need visual selection) Mother plant have pink flower...

Cyclamen hederifolium, Silver Leaf Pink/ Silver Leaf white. foliage almost totally silver, marbled with shades of green and "pink heart"( pink central spot more or less extensive). blooming randomly mostly pink or sometimes white. only few corms available.

cyclamen coum, full green glossy foliage, slightly bigger than usual. very hardy selection. random color blooming (white to dark pink) seeds possible .

cyclamen coum, random marbled foliage and blooming colors. directly from the wild type, selection from seedling over several generations, very rustic. possible seeds.

Cyclamen ibericum . pink blooming. very few. may be seeds .

Cyclamen repandum. pink.  very few. no seeds for trade.

AnJo11

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Re: bulbs, corms and so on... 2019 season
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2019, 09:46:54 AM »
soon fresh seeds of:

various cyclamens hederifolium forms.
cycl. coum

arum italicum marmoratum (perfectly fair from seed)(average)
arum italicum green leaves pale yellow spathe (average)
arum italicum with very bid silvered leaves (few)
arum hygrophillum (few!)
arisaema flavum (2 var., few)
pinellia pedatisecta (average)


bulbs are possible too for most of these species and var.

 


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