Thanks for the link Saori, it clearly shows a unique hybrid of E. platypetalum, spurless flowers but with delicate creamy cups and pink-red sepals; delightful! Has this hybrid been named? Other than the E. campanulatum seedling plant I showed (which looks just like a regular E. campanulatum), my other seedlings from this parent have not bloomed yet, I expect this year (2012) will be the first flowering.
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Wonderful plant, Saori. Very beautiful. Thanks for sharing the link!
Mark, I'm looking forward to some pics of your E. campanulatum seedlings!
Wim BoensWingene Belgium zone 8a