J.E. Shields
Mon, 23 Jul 2012 05:29:53 PDT

We need to wait and see what it looks like as it develops.  It might be S. 
puniceus, which is not rare in cultivation and is easy to grow.  S. 
puniceus is actually my favorite of the South African species.

Jim Shields

At 01:30 PM 7/23/2012 +1200, you wrote:
>This is what it looks like at the moment before growth has started.
>Could anyone tell me which the "spotted" one is likely to be?  I hope it
>will flower this coming summer.
>Scaduxus (spotty one)
>Scadoxus multiflorus ssp katherinae's bulbs are just green with a faint
>bit of spotting.
>Ina Crossley
>Auckland New Zealand  Zone 10

Jim Shields             USDA Zone 5
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