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Showy S. Africa bulbs at home in Bay Area garden

Nowhere is that more evident than with South African bulbs, which begin popping up in Bay Area gardens beginning in midwinter. Most gardeners are familiar with plants in this group, says Claire Woods, propagator for Annie's Annuals, a nursery in Richmond, for instance, tall and flamboyant gladiolas ...

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