What's blooming now

Ina Crossley klazina1@gmail.com
Sun, 28 Aug 2011 13:22:36 PDT
Thank you for naming the dwarf Watsonia Alberto.  I do like to have a 
name for things.  Bought these as a clump of small seedlings some years 
ago.  I do have a named one (Watsonia Pink Fairy) but that also will be 
the laccata one, which is almost mauve in colour, but several of the 
dwarf Watsonia flower later.  I will put a name label with them or I 
would never remember.

The Pink Fairy one really stands out, I love it.  It is just as well 
that plants can't tell how they came to be acquired!

And yes, the Tulbagia Fragrans is the same as T. Simmleri, but as I have 
it for the scent, I prefer the old name.

On 29/08/2011 12:12 a.m., Alberto Castillo wrote:
> The scarlet dwarf Watsonia is W. laccata. The other Watsonia with bicolored flowers seems to be the same. There are several color forms of this.
> The Tulbaghia you will found as T. simmleri.
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