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Belamcanda chinensis Blackberry Lily

Seeds of Blackberry Lily Belamcanda chinensis. Blackberry lily grows from 3 to 6 feet, and can either be planted from seeds or from root stock. It grows tallest when grown in a fertile soil. The plants will tend to be short if planted in poor soil, but will still provide plenty of colorful blossoms. This plant has a definite tropical appearance, but is hardy in USDA zones 5 through 10, with some reports that it also can do well in zone 4. It will grow best in well drained soil in either full sun or partial shade. Seeds of Blackberry Lily Belamcanda chinensis. Blackberry lily grows from 3 to 6 feet, and can either be planted from seeds or from root stock. It grows tallest when grown in a fertile soil. The plants will tend to be short if planted in poor soil, but will still provide plenty of colorful blossoms. This plant has a definite tropical appearance, but is hardy in USDA zones 5 through 10, with some reports that it also can do well in zone 4. It will grow best in well drained soil in either full sun or partial shade.
Belamcanda chinensis Blackberry Lily

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Seeds from Blackberry Lily Belamcanda chinensis. Blackberry lily grows from 3 to 6 feet, and can either be planted from seeds or from root stock. It grows tallest when grown in a fertile soil. The plants will tend to be short if planted in poor soil, but will still provide plenty of colorful blossoms. This plant has a definite tropical appearance, but is hardy in USDA zones 5 through 10, with some reports that it also can do well in zone 4. It will grow best in well drained soil in either full sun or partial shade.



Bomarea Patinii | Bomarea racemosa Killip

Bomarea Patinii Bomarea racemosa Killip Bomarea Patinii Bomarea racemosa Killip
Bomarea Patinii | Bomarea racemosa Killip

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Here I am offering you seeds from Bomarea Patinii, also known as Bomarea racemosa Killip. Bomarea patinii form an underground tuber that produces suckers. Bomarea racemosa Killip forms slender and attractive pink, red, and orange flowers. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11



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