Lycoris Chinensis

Kelly Irvin
Sun, 27 Aug 2006 14:22:33 PDT

I will start offering them again next spring. Still no chinensis bloom 
here, though. The only ones really doing much are the L. sprengeri. The 
L. longituba were just a tad ahead here. I'm still not getting bloom of 
a fully recovered transplanting, and it's been two seasons. With this 
particular mass transplanting, I dug bulbs with remnant roots, placed in 
5 gallon buckets of water, on one day (September-ish, 2004), then 
transplanted to the new location the next day. Should have been very 
little stress (relatively speaking). I'm happy to see the Lycoris blooms 
that I am seeing and feel really confident about availability next spring.

Mr. Kelly M. Irvin
The Bulbmeister
10846 Hodge Ln
Gravette, AR 72736

USDA Cold Hardiness Zone 6b


arlen jose wrote:
> Hello Folks,
> My question has two parts. Is this a good time of the year to plant this
> Lycoris? Does anyone know of a source for this plant?
> Warm Regards,
> Fred Biasella
> Cambridge (Boston) MA
> USDA Zone 6b
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