pbs Digest, Vol 22, Issue 17

Kevin D. Preuss hyline@tampabay.rr.com
Tue, 16 Nov 2004 16:47:33 PST
probably H. speciosa or H. tubiflora.
I have yet to lose one to frost/freeze.
They are hardy things in there ranges.
now temps below 10 F are another thing.

Kevin D. Preuss

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <ConroeJoe@aol.com>
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> Aloe and Agave plants continue to surprise me with their ability to endure
> too much rain and cold--so perhaps the Hymenocallis will happily surprise
> too.
> I have some wide-leaved unknown Hymenocallis from Thailand--no doubt they
> were imported years ago as garden plants.  They continue to surprise
> lots of abuse.  I sure don't know what they are--maybe when they bloom.
> has petioles and one does not--one has 2-3 inch wide leaves and one has 4
> wide leaves.
> Joe
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