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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Surprise!

Lycoris Squamigera

aka:  Surprise Lily, Magic Lily, Resurrection Lily, Naked Lady

In the spring there was a pile of long green leaves growing here.
Now, the surprise.

Starting on July 27, 2010

 

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August 2, 2010


11 comments:

  1. I like their other name -- Naked Lady!

    Ours are blooming here as well.

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  2. So pretty! Yours are very full. Mine don't seem to be increasing over the years. I've seen several blog posts featuring these ladies in the last week or so, and I keep forgetting to go check if mine are even up yet. Will have to do that tonight.

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  3. Aren't they pretty. My Dad has some blooming now. I may get a few. Had them many years ago and it is always sort of a surprise when they pop up.
    Marnie

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  4. All of that in a week? I need those. That will curb my instant gratification problem.

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  5. Don't you love 'em! I have a bunch of "singles" strung all around in many different places. I forget how they got there :)

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  6. OH! I love those! Finally got some more from my mom last fall--I just read this weekend that they might not bloom for several years yet--but they did put up foliage last spring--so I am still encouraged! I think that is my favorite surprise this time of year!! And I call 'em naked ladies too!!

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  7. Those are the most interesting of the lilies as they just pop up from what seems like nowhere! Beautiful shade of pink too....

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  8. I bet a guy came up with the Naked lady name. ;0

    It is pretty, no matter what you call it.

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  9. ~Martha
    It's fun too.

    ~Cherry Lane
    Maybe this year, they're fuller.

    ~Marnie
    It really easy to forget they're out there until they start sprouting.

    ~Turling
    They tease you earlier in the year with just leaves. Then you think they've died when this happens.

    ~Rebecca
    That's fun. I see them around town a lot. People have them tucked in little spots.

    ~princessdiva
    Mine skipped blooming last year after having bloomed for 3 or 4 years. I was worried they'd worn out or something, But they're really putting on a show this year.

    ~Skeeter
    The blooms even have a tint of blue on the points. Really a show.

    ~Rosey
    Probably. :-)

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  10. That's so amazing! I've wanted to know what those would look like. Wow. Wow. Wow.

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  11. I haven't seen those since I was a young girl. I love them. Yours are beautiful. Do they have a scent?

    FlowerLady

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