Howdy All, I am hoping that someone can provide some help with this. A local catalogue is offering Tulbaghia 'Highland Wonder' (Tulbaghia corninisii) with a rather interesting picture of heads of pendulous orange, tipped with yellow, in grey sepals. The flower looks more like what I would associate with an Echeveria (succulent) rather than a Tulbaghia. Its description is as follows..... "Orange stars of this unusual bush contrast well with the glossy green foliage, and can be enjoyed from spring to autumn. These plants require minimum care and maximum sunshine. Theplants are small which makes them well suited to edges, rockeries and pots. Rare and quaint, they create interest and curiosity in the garden." So my question..... are these actually a Tulbaghia? Given how much it looks like an Echeveria and given that I have seen mislabelled plants in this catalogue before, has anyone actually heard of this plant before? I have checked reference books and cannot find the species name, nor can I get a match on Google. I'm hoping that someone out there knows what this actually may be, and hopefully the correct spelling of the species name. I do not know for sure whether this is a bulb or perennial. Tulbaghias often seem to be categorised as either, with some of them being a sort of swollen based perennial. Therefore, I don't think that this question is off topic for the list. Does anyone have any further information/correction to this species? Thanks in anticipation. Cheers. Paul Tyerman Canberra, Australia. USDA equivalent - Zone 8/9 mailto:email@example.com Growing.... Galanthus, Erythroniums, Fritillarias, Cyclamen, Crocus, Cyrtanthus, Liliums, Hellebores, Aroids, Irises plus just about anything else that doesn't move!!!!!