Veltheimia bracteata vs. capensis

Douglas Westfall
Sat, 09 Apr 2005 09:14:11 PDT
piabaDoug Westfall piabinha@yahoo.com1111 Claiborne Dr. Long Beach, CA

> i still haven't figured out how to tell them apart.  i
> used to think capensis were much mere wavy and
> undulate, but in the wiki pages, there's a pic of
> capensis with straight leaves...
> tsuh yang,

Capensis have gray/greem leaves, are more narrow (most of the time), bloom
earlier and go "dormant" earlier, and individual flowers tend to be smaller.
If the one on the wiki page is mine, it is very unusual and "PERHAPS," a

Doug Westfall

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