I will be adding links to scientific papers relating to Tulbaghia when time allows.
Dave Fenwicks superb website dedicated to the culture, photography, identification, research, horticultural promotion and conservation of Southern African Bulbs and their hybrids. Dave is a former holder of the following NCCPG National Plant Collections®
[A visit a day keeps the doctor away.]
Dave Fenwicks NEW website.
Cameron & Rhoda McMaster's nursery situated in the village of Napier in the Western Cape, specializing in the production of winter rainfall species, with an emphasis on the supply of seed of genera such as Lachenalia, Gladioli, Moraea, Haemanthus and Nerines.
Excellent source of seed from South Africa. Reasonably priced, good germination rates.
You do not need to be an expert or live in the UK to join SABG.
For further information about the group or to enquire about joining, please email, write or phone:Rodney Sims
21 Nathaniel Walk
Tel: +44(0)1442 822669
E-mail: Rodney Sims
National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens.
The NCCPG seeks to conserve, document, promote & make available Britain and Ireland's rich biodiversity of garden plants for the benefit of everyone through horticulture, education & science.
A society for SA bulb enthusiasts. Lots of good images here. Be sure to click on their 'links' to 'A-Z photographic database of South African Bulbs.'
International, non-profit, educational and scientific organization devoted to the dissemination of information on the growing, conservation and botany of all geophytic plants (commonly referred to as "bulbs").
Formed in Spring 2002 for those who garden with bulbs that will grow outdoors on the Pacific Rim; from Alaska to South America, and from Russia to Australia. This includes both cold hardy and tender bulbs, and all the bulbs in between.
For those you who are resident in South Africa, or if you are intending to visit the country, there are two branches of Barefoot Herbs in Gauteng, one in Muldersdrift and one in Meyerton.
A website with info on plants, diseases etc, including lots of photos of S African plants taken by Rod Saunders. Find them in 'Resources' in the 'Picture Databank' under the name RC Saunders
Membership organization for aroid enthusiasts.
Ohh! Envy is green.
Encourages the science, art and practice of horticulture in all its branches
The on line database enables you to track down that elusive plant and its supplier, in the United Kingdom.
Formed in 1957, and renowned for promoting, informing and stimulating interest in growing hardy herbaceous plants.
An addictive site which I frequently visit to get my plant fix. I spend a lot of time wandering around Johns web site, usually with a cup of coffee in hand. Eclectic range of all plants interesting. A plants-man with taste, a wry sense of humour and a weekly update of what’s in flower in his garden and greenhouse.
The Tulbaghia Collection is labeled using a thermal Labelstation printer.
PERTINENT TO WALES
My thanks to Vas for all of his endeavours in building the web site and support thereafter in helping me to populate it. I would gladly give a personal recommendation.
This is an all Wales charity providing a vital service through emergency air cover for those who face life-threatening illness or injuries.
Impatiens: The Vibrant World of Busy Lizzies, Balsams & Touch-me-nots. by Raymond J. Morgan.
A wonderful book, extremely well-written, informative and beautifully illustrated with many superb images of Impatiens.