Mystery bulbs

Alberto Castillo
Wed, 12 Mar 2003 15:20:44 PST
Yes, Mary Sue, Gynandriris simulans is a summer grower. See the flowering 
times in the original message. It will demand a very dry winter.
As for the unknown bulb if the color is right, it looks very much like a 
naturalized Romulea (rosea? minutiflora?). Foliage is not of Brodiaea and 
the scape twisting on the right resembles very much a Romulea's. Brodiaea 
terrestris could be an alternative from the organs' appearance but the 
foliage looks too succulent.

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