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lycoris radiata at fall swap

Posted by irisaddict 6b/7 TN (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 13, 08 at 12:11

I will have very little to bring this fall but I could dig some lycoris radiata bulbs. Would anyone have something to trade for a few bulbs? In case you don't know what it is, here is a pic:

http://www.shieldsgardens.com/images/Lycoris_radiata_radiata_s.jpg

Evelyn - the wagon lady


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RE: lycoris radiata at fall swap

YES!!! I want some. I had one of these pop up recently. Maybe I got it from you!


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RE: lycoris radiata at fall swap

Someone gave me some at the spring swap but they didnt come up.What did I do wrong?


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RE: lycoris radiata at fall swap

Cool!


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RE: lycoris radiata at fall swap

velgarden, the foliage will probably come up next spring and you will have flowers the following late summer. That's what mine do. I have some that are called tye-dye. They are blue!

Rebeca


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