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  Topic: Status report...  Muscari armeniacum are in full bloom with their rich blue spikes. M. macrocarpum are very fragrant and in full bloom but suffered freeze...
hennessy

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PostForum: Muscari   Posted: Sun Feb 09, 2003 4:14 pm   Subject: Status report...
in my garden the foliage is coming out but certainly no flowers yet. Winter hasn't been cold, a few good spells of frost but not too heavy. It is only february, I don't expect the first flowe ...
  Topic: Status report...  Muscari armeniacum are in full bloom with their rich blue spikes. M. macrocarpum are very fragrant and in full bloom but suffered freeze...
hennessy

Replies: 17
Views: 53948

PostForum: Muscari   Posted: Thu Nov 28, 2002 4:44 pm   Subject: Status report...
All my bulbs are planted now, only waiting for their winter cover of straw. I think I planted about 5500 bulbs, a lot of work but I like it. I will go dormant myself now, having to wait for spring unt ...
  Topic: Planted too soon?  Dear Forum Members:

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hennessy

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PostForum: Muscari   Posted: Thu Nov 28, 2002 4:37 pm   Subject: Planted too soon?
Hi, Many people ask this question. Your Muscaris will bloom in the right season, the growth regulating hormones that keep the flower dormant will be broken down by winter temperatures, like with chil ...
  Topic: Status report...  Muscari armeniacum are in full bloom with their rich blue spikes. M. macrocarpum are very fragrant and in full bloom but suffered freeze...
hennessy

Replies: 17
Views: 53948

PostForum: Muscari   Posted: Fri Aug 30, 2002 2:59 pm   Subject: Status report...
Last Saturday I planted the first bulbs again. Muscari parviflorum and Muscari aucheri Autumn Glory went in because these are autumn flowering and when they are planted too late they won't flower ...
  Topic: Status report...  Muscari armeniacum are in full bloom with their rich blue spikes. M. macrocarpum are very fragrant and in full bloom but suffered freeze...
hennessy

Replies: 17
Views: 53948

PostForum: Muscari   Posted: Sun Aug 04, 2002 4:53 pm   Subject: Status report...
Today I lifted the last of my Muscaris. Finally! Most bulbs are now in storage, in a temperature controlled room with lots of ventilation and air circulation. They are in their dormant season now and ...
  Topic: Status report...  Muscari armeniacum are in full bloom with their rich blue spikes. M. macrocarpum are very fragrant and in full bloom but suffered freeze...
hennessy

Replies: 17
Views: 53948

PostForum: Muscari   Posted: Wed Jul 03, 2002 3:24 pm   Subject: Status report...
I started lifting my bulbs now. Things are looking great so far. Taken out are M. botryoides and M. botryoides Album, both well grown. M. latifolium did well for me also. Also Bellevalias were lifted ...
  Topic: Clivia with sunburn   Hi there,
Here in Holland we have to keep our Clivia plants indoors, the weather is too cold. I tried to put out a pot of Clivia miniata the othe...
hennessy

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PostForum: General Cultural Practices   Posted: Thu May 30, 2002 1:58 pm   Subject: Clivia with sunburn
Hi there, Here in Holland we have to keep our Clivia plants indoors, the weather is too cold. I tried to put out a pot of Clivia miniata the other day. Of course it went wrong and now the leaves show ...
  Topic: Status report...  Muscari armeniacum are in full bloom with their rich blue spikes. M. macrocarpum are very fragrant and in full bloom but suffered freeze...
hennessy

Replies: 17
Views: 53948

PostForum: Muscari   Posted: Thu May 30, 2002 1:36 pm   Subject: Status report...
Muscari dionysicum isn't out yet, they are a bit slow at the moment. M. comosum is doing well, still flowering. Boy, do they last long. The ones that are finished are now setting seed nicely, I ho ...
  Topic: Status report...  Muscari armeniacum are in full bloom with their rich blue spikes. M. macrocarpum are very fragrant and in full bloom but suffered freeze...
hennessy

Replies: 17
Views: 53948

PostForum: Muscari   Posted: Wed May 01, 2002 2:50 pm   Subject: Status report...
On my allotment most Muscaris are still flowering, only the azureum types are really gone. M. comosum and the likes are still to come but the rest is still attracting bees. M. armeniacum and cultivar ...
  Topic: Aphids on Fritillary  I had minor trouble with aphids attacking the growing tips on some of my Fritillaria imperialis this season. The only place I really suffered f...
hennessy

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PostForum: Disease and Insect Troubleshooting   Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2002 1:53 pm   Subject: Aphids on Fritillary
Fritillarias are not prone to insect disease really. The one one thing to look out for is that fiery red Lily beetle. Not only will the beetles nibble on the leaves (not a real pain) but they ...
 
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