Transplanting or getting rid of 'Naked Ladies'
For the longest time we had this foliage come up with the daffodils and no flower and later had pink blossoms in August. I never associated the two with each other until I pulled a bunch of the foliage out last year and realized our "Naked Ladies" didn't come up. But now they are back with a vengeance. I love the flower, but the foliage is in the middle of our front yard and makes a real mess. I would love to either transplant them to a different location or give them away to someone who has a more appropriate place for them. I am not sure whether these are Lycoris squamigera or amaryllus belladonna. When can I transplant them and what can I do to keep them from returning where they were? And does anyone in Northern Virginia want to come get some?