Brodiaea elegans

Travis O enoster@hotmail.com
Mon, 20 Jun 2016 14:03:00 PDT
That's neat that you mentioned the flowers of some themids continuing after being disconnected from the corm. I have actually seen this in one of a local Dichelostemma growing in a forest setting, I imagined the scape became elongated to reach sunlight or it grew longer due to increased moisture. Whatever the case may be, it's strange to see this kind of thing in the wild even though we do it intentionally all the time (cut flowers).

Travis Owen
Rogue River, OR

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