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Old April 30, 2016   #31
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Hi Deborah,
Does it look like any of these? https://www.google.com/search?q=large+white+trumpet+shaped+flower
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Old April 30, 2016   #32
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Could be a type of white Crinum lily, maybe
http://bloomiq.com/m/plant/39366
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The crinium is similar. It's raining today so the nursery might be closed. I'll swing by and look while on errands. Thanks for posting links.
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OK, according to the plant lady it's a NERINE. And there are many sub-species. Ahhh... now I can sleep! Thanks everyone!
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If you could see me - I'm shaking my head... we have some of those planted in my brother's backyard. Ours are pink/red.
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Glad they were able to help you identify it. : )
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Salt, yes, they can be various colors. Thanks everyone.
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