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My neighbor wants to know what kind of plant this is. Plant if says bush lily, but it has been wrong before
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My neighbor wants to know what kind of plant this is. Plant if says bush lily, but it has been wrong before View attachment 36236

looks like an amaryllis to me.

house plant only or taken from outside?

if it is an amaryllis it may not survive a cooler climate if planted outside but will do ok in the south (or other places that don't get too cold).
 

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That is a Plant ``` Sorry I had to say it ```


When I was in Australia ~ in the Rain Forest ~ I as Grandfather about a tree ~ I asked " What is that " it was beautiful ~ He looked it up and down, moved to one side to get, I thought, a better look, held his chin, than said: "That's a Tree"

Well, that's me story ```
 

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looks like an amaryllis to me.

house plant only or taken from outside?

if it is an amaryllis it may not survive a cooler climate if planted outside but will do ok in the south (or other places that don't get too cold).

I believe it's her house plant. I don't think it ever goes outside. :)

Clivia. I had one that happily lived in a flowerbed in zone 8.

I passed these two on, so hopefully it helps. :) She's an older lady who doesn't do internet, so I'll relay it if she has anything else to say.
 
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