>Dear members -- I have a pot labelled Cyrtanthus brachyscyphus, >which produced a respctable umble of cuved red trumpets last year. >this year, however, the pot (I imagine this is a contaminant, and >not the original Cyrtanthus, but though it's a contaminant, it's not >to be despised) produced a uniflorous scape bearing a large >(sub?)sessile regular funnel-shaped yellow blossom. The flower >closes every evening, and reopens in the morning. I'm sure my >Cyrtanthus is still in the pot, as there are two dissimilar leaf >sets. One leaf type is hollow, tubular, almost like an Allium, but >with a grove along the upper surface. The other is flat, with a >midrib and two distinct faces. I am enclosing 2 hasty photos of >the unknown amaryllid. Can anyone identify it? **Attachments can't be sent to the list. You might want to add a photo to the Mystery Bulbs page. s. for the administrators -- susan hayek, North Coast of CA, USA, zone 9b, Sunset zone 17. 15 miles south of Eureka, CA, overlooking the Eel River, with a peek of the ocean.