MY Wish list;
Maya-got this one thanks Debra and Flora_seeker!!!!!
Wretched Mess ( I know I didn't spell that right)
I know it may be too late to add this. But if you have Brugs you want One or whatever, please don't be afraid to list them.
There are lots of them out there, I don't even know their names but that doesn't mean I don't want them. So Please list you Brugs.
I am not picky! I would love just 2-3 of cuttings ... of any cultivar. I had Equador Pink and Pink Beauty. I think I lost both. I grow mine in pots, but couldn't drag those heavy pots to shelter and covering them appears not to have worked. But I am still holding out hope ... that I'll get some sprouts from the roots.
Charleen - Just curious ... When did you collect the seeds? Seems I read somewhere that the age of the seeds determines whether they germinate or not? Thanks for sharing some with me! I'm game for sure! ;-)
do you know of the plant.. Pink Muley Grass.. Muhlenb is it's scientific name
they have it at Brent and Becky's bulbs
I saw it n their print catalog.....lovely... cotton candy puffs on a thin grass and thought of you two
Gordon - We had "purple" Muley Grass growing at our school and it was really eye-catching. Unfortunately, the principal of our school had it dug out and tossed because she is afraid of snakes and thought they would hide in this grass. It gets about 4' tall. :-)
I love you girl. Thank Debra.
Gordon, You know I have to check out that "muley Grass" as a mater of fact I know I am, Thank you so much,Gordon; you know I already love it, just for the name and the beauty of the plant doesn't hurt at all.☺ Becky, I don't know if snakes would get in there ,but what's harm is a little garden snake? huh? What is she doing in the grass, anyway?
Come on, Jar, you know you want it...Oh, aren't we bad?
OH< Get it Charleen...I bet a standof pink and purple muley grass together would be quite the beauty.... BTW>>>that's a fall display...I don't guess it sits there through out the year looking like such a knock out
I bet that's right. I'm wondering if I don't already have it. Last fall I got a lavender - looking grass but with no name. It will be pretty, won't it Gordon? How is your little rooftop garden doing? You know we all want to see pictures. I don't knowif you can open a thread with me or not, but you are welcome to try.
Charleen - The muley grass was planted in small strips in the walkway to the bus loop. We were all shocked to see it all ripped out and gone. We love our garden snakes at the school. This principal is new, so she apparently isn't used to our native florida gardening ways! LOL! It looked beautiful in the Fall when it bloomed for months. :-)