Sylvia Sykora slsykora@sbcglobal.net
Thu, 06 Sep 2012 12:00:36 PDT
This morning, for the second time this week, I drove by a spectacular planting of white (which at 35 miles an hour looks like) Amaryllis belladona on Grizzly Peak Boulevard about a mile south of the Fish Ranch intersection in Berkeley, CA.

I thought I'd take time later to knock on the door to see if the owner would be willing to sell me some bulbs.  Alternatively, is there a good California source for white naked ladies and, if so, when should I best go about availing myself of some of these gorgeous plants?

I know there are PBS members who live and garden nearby and may be able to help with this request.

Thank you.

Sylvia Sykora
Oakland, CA in the hills above San Francsico Bay

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