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Feb 1 and one lone Amaryllis among about 20 decided to bloom... still relatively chilly here in Houston, lows at night high 30’s, days 50-60F Lately.

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The Southern Weather disaster seems to have concluded and I’m looking at my once proud:

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Alocasia and colocasia​

Reduced to:

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Described as hearty in zones 9-11 (we are 9), it remains to be seen if this will rise like the Phoenix or have to be replaced... :cry:

These are tubers. Next time, I’ll know to cut it back in advance and cover it up.
 
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Unfortunately, it looks very much like my yard. Almost everything took a hit. Surprisingly, the daffodils are still holding up their saucy little heads.

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Have I mentioned that I just adore and absolutely love daffodils, complete with saucy little heads in a lovely, life-affirming shade of yellow?
 

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Why no! I don’t believe you have mentioned that...in this thread. LOL

Well, yes, my question was rhetorical: But, - herewith an aside and hint, both: I can never see (feast my eyes on) too many pictures of daffodils......
 
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