Lycoris squamigera

Bare stalks of Lycoris sqamigera are shooting up through the ferns with blossoms of pink with overcast blue. Foliage appears in January, dies back late spring, then blooms in the summer in my area Zone 6. There was prolific foliage this year. I hope that means greater bloom. Time will tell.


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Gardening in Tennessee Zone 6 at an average of 744.65' above sea level.
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4 Responses to Lycoris squamigera

  1. skeeter says:

    I do wish for greater blooms for you 🙂

  2. The surprise lilies (naked ladies) haven’t started blooming around here yet, but I do love when they show up!

  3. I have to look up those BIG words –to find out other names for your beautiful flowers… Google says it is a Surprise Lily or a Resurrection Lily and is in the Amaryllis family… That is more ‘my’ language… ha ha

    Whatever they are, they are beautiful….Love the foliage…

    Have a great weekend, Donna
    P.S. How’s that baby????

  4. Beautiful. I hope mine show up. I had great foliage last year and no flowers. There was great foliage again this spring. We’ll see what happens.

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