Oxblood Lily, and L. squamigera

Ann Marie mysticgardn@yahoo.com
Tue, 28 Sep 2004 09:10:29 PDT
All of my hybrids from Betty bloomed last month and I'm waiting to remove the seeds.  Purchased some more this last month from Betty.  If anyone is interested she has alot bulblets for sale. I have her phone number you could email me if interested.  Ann Marie in San Gariel valley, So. California

Shirley Meneice <samclan@redshift.com> wrote:///All/ my hybrid bulbs from Betty Doutt began blooming a couple of weeks 
ago. Today I noticed the first scape of Lycoris squamigera popping up. 
They seem to do their thing when they get ready -- not necessarily when 
you want them to bloom or expect them.

Shirley Meneice

ConroeJoe@aol.com wrote:

>About a month ago some reported their Rhodophiala bifida in bloom. I 
>wondered if mine were going to skip the year.
>Last week one scape popped up, and this week a half dozen more clumps are 
>blooming. I wonder what the clues are for this plant, when it knows to bloom?
>Maybe there is hope yet for my Lycoris squamigera. They were in full bloom a 
>month ago at a friend's home in central Maryland. Mine have yet to bloom. 
>Last year there was only a single scape, I wonder if they are particular about 
>warm winters?
>Conroe Joe
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So. California, San Gabriel Valley, Zone 21 (Sunset Western Garden book) , influenced by both marine and interior air(Santa Ana winds). This makes it perfect for Citrus trees and most So African plants. I collect belladonnas, oxalis, criniums, amaryllis, palms, epiphyllums, succulents and other south african bulbs.  email me at mysticgardn@yahoo.com for list of bulbs and plants for sale.  For home and garden sculptures go to http://www.rjunkdrawer.com/  

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