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This is a unique opportunity to get an improved strain of Oxbloods for your garden.  The texan oxblood never set seed well, but we managed to cross it with R. bifida and Rhodophiala granatiflora from Argentina.  These new hybrids tend to be larger than the original TX red, and sometimes have orange-red flowers with larger flower stalks.  They seem to be frost hardy but might not all be as cold hardy as the TX red (down to 0 degrees).  Each bulb is unique.

Oxblood Lilies were introduced to Texas in the late 1800's. Expect stunning displays of flowers in late summer and early fall, followed by winter foliage. Originally from Agentina, this Amaryllis relative is well suited to harsh conditions. Alternating heat, drought, rain, and cold are no problem. This proven heirloom bulb has multiplied and been passed around central Texas for well over a century. They will be at home anywhere in the Southern US, zones 7-10.

The bulbs vary somewhat in size (depending on what we dig up) they are approx 1 inch across.
Quantity Price
1 - 2
$9.99 $6.99
3 - 9
$8.99 $5.99
$7.99 $4.99

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