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Old May 6, 2016   #31
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Most take three years to reach full size. First year they make a round second year a small bulb third year can be a full sized bulb.
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Wow that is gorgeous! It makes my 75 plants look like a speck of dust compared to that!


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Aw, Henry, those are so awesome. What a pelt. And such a beautiful place.
I love your web pages btw. Found by google that first year I found bulbils on the scapes and didn't know what the heck! Thanks for all the experience you share.

Zach that's a lovely place you have too.
Nice job getting so many true seeds, btw. And got some growing... sweet.
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