Lachenalia aloides

Lauw de Jager
Tue, 18 Mar 2003 07:32:56 PST

Mary Sue Ittner a ecrit :
 It looks a lot like Doug's Lachenalia aloides 'Pearsonii' so some of
you who grow that variety can tell me if you think that is what this is.

Dear Mary Sue,
I would agree that  your Lachenalia is 'Pearsonii' cultivar. The red rim
is typical. The spectacular cultivar 'Quadricolor' also has a terminal
red rim at the end in addition to three  other coloured bands on the
floral tube.
Kind regards
Lauw de Jager 
BULB'ARGENCE, 30300 Fourques, France

Région:  Provence/Camargue, Climat zone: 9a Mediterranean, dr y
July-August, peak rainfall in autumn, minimum temps -3-7°C (28-21F)
Reference vegetation: Arbutus unedo, Olea europeaea,

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