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Oxblood Lilies

According to Scott Ogden, the renowned Southern garden writer, "No other Southern bulb can match the fierce vigor, tenacity and adaptability of the oxblood lily." Impressive! Oxblood lilies thrive in the harshest climates Texas and Arizona have to offer, while blooming beautifully in all southern gardens. The classic deep red oxblood lily is now joined by one in vivid pink - just as tough and just as beautiful. Enjoy!
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Oxblood Lilies (Rhodophiala Bifida)

Oxblood Lilies (Rhodophiala Bifida)

$7.95

Contains: 1 large oxblood lily bulb

Botanical Name: Rhodophiala bifida

Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Sun; Bright Direct Indoors

Hardiness: Zones 7-10 or indoors



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