Hesperocallis undulata

Jim McKenney jamesamckenney@verizon.net
Fri, 06 Aug 2010 10:30:43 PDT
Lee wrote: "They went down one weekend in the early spring and they arrived 
around midnight during a full moon. They told me that for miles and miles, as 
they got closer to their destination, the desert appeared to be covered with 
white lily blooms shining in the moonlight as far as the eye could see, and they 
rolled down their windows and the air had this heavenly scent my aunt says 
she'll never forget. Wish I could have experienced that."

WOW! I've read similar descriptions of the mass blooming of Pancratium 

You Californians have it made.

Jim McKenney

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