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Re:Garden Star

Posted by tiarella 7b (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 22, 11 at 11:57

is available at some Lowe's locations with their assortment of lilies perennials and grapes ie early bulbs and flowers. The picture of this amaryllis is small flower medium pink with a white star. I bought 3 to try growing in a patio pot. The bulbs are small and the price is $4.98 each.

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RE: Re:Garden Star

I'm sure they wont have them this far north :(

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They also have the garden varieties, red & white, red, white & pink in Walmarts here for 3.00 I bought some white ones last year & got dbls they look like

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Well, I went out to take a look at Home Depot to see what they had left. Got Minerva and Apple Blossom for $1.49 each!

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Is this what they look like? This person in Flordia just started adding them to their E-bay and they don't seem to have a name for them!


Here is a link that might be useful: Hippeastrum Bulb Pink

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Josh, I saw those too, they look pretty healthy, and I was wondering what they might be...they also had some white ones, all growing in the ground...


RE: Re:Garden Star

Josh, Nope these are pictured as dark pink with a distinct white star (no brush marks)but who knows what I will get. I saw on a TV program that Red Lion are used outdoors in NC. The closer to the coast is more temperate where they have a better chance of survival. I live in the upstate of SC which is only one county away from a different state in three directions.

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