John Lonsdale
Mon, 07 Mar 2005 14:50:08 PST
I've taken advantage of having a root canal done to take some pictures of
some of the Nothoscordum I grow.  In flower are N. dialystemon, minarum,
felipponei and estensis (I don't know if this is a valid name).  Past flower
is montevidense and yet to flower is ostenii.  I suspect ostenii and
estensis might be conspecific.  N. minarum is interesting because it has
leaves which are rough when you slide your finger along them, the others
don't.  Even though some appear more orange than others, this is a bit
exaggerated because I had to use two cameras and also took some pictures
outside and others in the greenhouse, to get away from the hot gale we had
blowing through the garden.  The plants are also rather more leggy than
usual courtesy of the cloudy and snowy weather we've had for the last month.

The images are at or…



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