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Old 03-01-2015, 05:10 PM
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These guys are so care free! I love them! Origins from China. 😃
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Lovely!

I got a small pot of this species last year - they started growing a few weeks back. I had been starting to worry that I had some how managed to kill them (I didn't know when I could expect new growth, but got mine in bloom last March, so I was getting nervous when there was nothing still as we entered February) - but, there are spikes growing now! I agree - they're quite carefree!
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Still waiting on my 'Alba' to wake up.
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There dying back here in south Africa at the moment to bloom in September
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Beautiful. I should get some...I hear they do well here in the SF bay area.
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OMG these are gorgeous!! Great foliage too.
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These grow in my garden right up against the back of the house here in zone 6a. The only thing about them is that they always come up so early that they shred themselves in the straw, or a frost comes and ruins the blooms. One year, they managed to get a couple seedpods going, however!
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