Lycoris squamagira, Amaryllis belladonna

John Bryan
Thu, 18 Aug 2005 09:07:17 PDT
Dear Shirley:

I wonder if we should eliminate all the Naked Ladies as they are not
native? How much poorer we would be if we did. Cheers, John E. Bryan

Shirley Meneice wrote:
> In central California, there is NO rain at this time of year and
> In central California there is NO rain at this time of year.  Amaryllis
> belladonna could care less.  Lycoris squamagira reacts the same.  In
> July we had 29 days of fog.  No rain.  No sun.  At the moment both of
> these dependable bulbs are beginning to bloom  all over the area.  We
> still have had no rain and should not expect any until the end of
> October or maybe early November.  That is an optimum condition!   The
> so-called naked ladies are strutting their stuff right now, regardless
> of the weather.
>        Shirley Meneice
> a yet the Lycoris  and
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