One is the loneliest...

Cameron McMaster
Thu, 03 Jan 2008 10:48:48 PST
Jim wrote: Ipheion uniflorum as the name suggests should have a single 
flower per fan of foliage. I think so. Does anyone have an alternate 
experience? Does it ever have 2 or more per ?

Two 'lonely' species I can think of off-hand are Disa uniflora and Baeometra uniflora - both are most likely to have more than one flower!


Napier, SA, with Cyrtanthus carneus, Thereianthus bracteolus, Aristea oligocephala and Tritoniopsis unguicularis flowering in the wild, and Watsonia schlechteri about to flower.

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