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May 2005 Pine Wood Lillie

Posted by CarlK z9TX (My Page) on
Wed, May 25, 05 at 21:22

Just took this picture. Blooms are pretty but also are very short lived. Here in Beaumont, TX they last from about 8:00am to 2:00pm. A plant will bloom with about 6 flowers a week for 6 or 7 weeks. The bloom is a bit larger in diameter than a quarter.

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RE: May 2005 Pine Wood Lillie

  • Posted by Bkarry Zone 7--CA (My Page) on
    Sun, May 29, 05 at 17:37

I have never heard of a Pine Wood Lily. It's beautiful.


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RE: May 2005 Pine Wood Lillie

In the Hortiplex database of garden web, you can locate several other pictures of this plant under it's Latin name: Alophia drummondii
A popular book on Texas Flowers refers to it as Nemastylis purpurea. I believe this is more in line with the variety that I have.


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RE: May 2005 Pine Wood Lillie

I goofed up...again. This should have been posted in the Iris forum. It is called "pine wood lily", but it is actually an Iris.
Sorry,
Carl


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RE: May 2005 Pine Wood Lillie

Neverless it's beautiful! I'm glad you goofed. ;-)

Nancy


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