It flowers in September and only after the flowers have withered in a week or two, the narrow strap-like basal leaves appear.
The leaves are beautiful in winter when green leaves become less in the garden, and the leaves themselves deteriorate in late Spring.
|White lycoris flowers in a peony bed. Herbaceous peony leaves are becoming to wither.|
|Herb beds in the background|
|A black butterfly has come to suck nectar.|
|Lycoris and Trachelospermum asiaticum 'Hatuyukikazura' behind|
White lycoris is flowering here and there beside a path where we take a walk every morning.
In winter, its leaves show beautiful shape and green color. In spring, it gives way to peony leaves.
|Shot in March 2014|