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Bulb ID

Posted by midnightgardener 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 1, 09 at 10:54

I planted a bunch of different bulbs last winter and lost my sheet that tells me what is what. One of the things I planted was about the size of a quarter and had several small parts to it that are shaped like bananas. My mind is telling me this is Freesia or Anemones but I am not sure. Does anyone know?


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RE: Bulb ID

Of the two you list, it is probably the anemones - freesias have little corms that are somewhat pear-shaped, narrow the top, wide at the bottom. Anemone coronaria are kind of triangular; Anemone blanda (and nemerosa) do produce extensions. Ranunculus also produce gnarly corms, with finger-like (or banana-like) extensions - even more so than the anemones.

Here is a link that might be useful: anemones and ranunculus corms - ignore planting times, NZ site


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RE: Bulb ID

ranunculus came to mind when you said bananas.


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