Lycoris Aurea var Sargentii?

Lamon Ready lamonready@hotmail.com
Fri, 03 Oct 2014 11:11:28 PDT
Thanks Peter,
 Kelly Irvin id'd them as such from  my org. purchase. I thought I had got them from him. I've no idea how I came up with sargentii?
 Thamks, lamon
 
> 
> Hi Lamon
> 
> The nearest name I can find to the one you quoted is L. aurea var. surgens.
> This is said to be one of several variants of L. aurea found in the wilds of
> China and other parts of East Asia. The petals are said to be the most
> recurved of the variants and the leaves are said to be the narrowest of the
> variants. It is also said to be a sterile form so it will be interesting to
> hear if your plants produce seeds. This is also said to be the same type of
> L. aurea found around St. Augustine in Florida. This information comes from
> the standard work on the genus "Synopsis of the Genus Lycoris" by Hsu et al
> (1994). I hope this is helpful
> 
> Kind Regards
> 
> Peter in Sydney, Australia
> Weather here is warm dry and sunny, expecting max today of 25C
> 
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Friday, 3 October 2014 4:59 AM
> To: Pacific Bulb Society; Lamon Ready
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> 
> I purchased these about 10 years ago as the above. I don't find any by this
> name. I certainly am not disappointed as they are yellow (towards the orange
> end a little). They are now blooming in Southern  USA. Most beautiful! No
> camera to take a pic. Sorry. 
> Yours, 
> Lamon in Grady Co. Georgia
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