Oxblood Lily, and L. squamigera

Shirley Meneice samclan@redshift.com
Sun, 12 Sep 2004 21:32:21 PDT
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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