Oxblood Lily, and L. squamigera

Kevin D. Preuss hyline@tampabay.rr.com
Sun, 12 Sep 2004 09:49:41 PDT
the oxblood lilies, as most Rhodophialas seem to bloom in response to
phemnololical condiotions (obvisouly they are fall bloomers...e.g.
daylength, post rainseason blooming).  Now the pinks are starting to bloom.
One of Dash's maroon x pink hybrids issending up a scape.  It is that time.

I wish my yuellow ones did not rot away last summer.  It is so hard for me
to keep things dry all summer (rains are driven undermy shelter, that was
twisted like a pretzel in Frances's winds).

Fausto, do you grow many speceis of these?  How about you alberto Castillo?
We need reports from Rhodophiala growwers.

Anxiuosly awaiting Ivan to pass.

Vic in the panhandle of florida, watch out!

Kevin D. Preuss

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