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Trichopetalum plumosum from a F&W collection. Short lived flowers on lanky stems but self fertile and sets lots of seed which is about it's only virtue!
Herbertia lahue native to Chile and Argentina
Can you tell us how to grow this Allessandro? I've had plants for several years but never had flowers so some tips would be great! Do you dry it out in summer?
I think Roma had a lovely pot of Leucocoryne at the Aberdeen show if not it was something that looked as lovely as your flower.Angie
I though twice about posting this. I got interrupted during picturing this one by screams coming from the top end of the garden. The source was Mrs N. whose clothes line had broken and all the days washing was on the lawn. Of course, it was my fault not having replaced the clothes line when requested as "it will see me out will that one". It nearly didn't But to get back, I see that my close up pic is actually a flower that is well past it's best so sorry, and if in the next week we are graced with another fine day I will try to get a better close up.Gethyum atropurpureum from Hans J, thank you Hans.
Quote from: Alessandro.marinello on May 05, 2010, 09:42:02 AMHerbertia lahue native to Chile and Argentinavery nice indeed! irid i guess?