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OT: Blackberry Lily

lynn.woosley@juno.com wrote:
> Blackberry lily is Belamcanda chinensis.  Another common name for it is
> leopard lily.  It has slender flower stalks, 2 1/2 to 3 feet tall, bear
> clusters of 2-inch, red-spotted     orange flowers. Each blossom lasts
> only a day, but the many buds in each cluster guarantee a continuing
> display for several weeks in midsummer. The blossoms are followed by
> pods, which split open to reveal clusters of shiny black seeds that look
> like blackberries.
> Lynn Woosley
> Home Delights
> Marietta, GA
> On Sun, 14 Jun 1998 10:10:27 +0000 "John I. Jones"
> <jijones@ix.netcom.com> writes:
> >Carryl Meyer wrote:
> >>
> >> re: note from Mark Cook in Florida--what is a Blackberry Lily?  
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