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Belacamanda chinensis - Blackberry Lily

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     Blackberry  lily  grows 3 feet tall in sun and  a  well

drained  sandy soil.  The plant may overwinter  outdoors  if

protected.   They  may also be dug in the  fall  and  stored

through the winter.                                         

     Propagation  is by division in the spring.   Getting  a

blooming size plant from seed takes 3 to 4 years.           

     Scorch  causes the upper parts of leaves to  brown  and

wither in the summer.  The withering is caused by  formation

of numerous circular spots.                                 

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