Lycoris Aurea var Sargentii?

Lamon Ready lamonready@hotmail.com
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 11:39:47 PDT

 Hey Kelly,
 Can you let me know how many I got and how much they were> My first 2 Hotmail plant folders vanished about 2 years ago. POOOOF....
Thanks, Lamon
> 
> I might also add Lamon has by far been my most supportive repeat 
> customer sticking with me from almost the very beginning. He's not 
> only supportive in terms of patronage, but also encouragement. I only 
> officially started Bulbmeister.COM in 2001 when my son was born.
> 
> L. aurea v. surgens is a fantastic specimen, and I've lost most of 
> mine to this point through poor management. It needs protection from 
> my zone 6 winters; very tender.
> 
> -- 
> Mr. Kelly M. Irvin
> 10850 Hodge Ln
> Gravette, AR 72736
> USA
> 
> Home Phone: 479-787-9958
> 
> USDA Cold Hardiness Zone 6a/b
> 
> On 10/2/14, 6:24 PM, Peter Franks wrote:
> 
> > 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.
> 
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