Habranthus, Zephyranthes & Rhodophiala Intergeneric Compatibility?

Ina Crossley klazina1@gmail.com
Sat, 25 Jun 2011 19:42:48 PDT
I have quite a few of the white Z. Verecunda, would be happy to send 
seed to the PBS next summer.

I have them in containers and in the garden.  It almost never stops 
having at least one flower in the garden clump from  spring till late 
autumn.  It is the first to flower and the last.

It is one of my favourites, but it is not the leucantha one.

As for the white Z. Primulina, it is a cross as I only had yellow ones 
so far.    And the whole container I think is white, which means it was 
one lot of seeds.  Although only a couple have flowered so far.  Will 
see next season and see if the seeds of these, when grown on, will come 
out white.


On 26/06/2011 12:29 p.m., Alberto Castillo wrote:
> It  is quite rare in cultivation. A large white form of Z. verecunda was described years ago as Zephyranthes leucantha. Try to propagate yours to obtain more plants. When these uncommon plants come up one never knows when they will brought again into cultivation.
> The white form of Z. primulina is something very rare. And primulina is one of the best, easy and dependable.
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