Another tiny one,Lapeirousia montana
Fermi de Sousa,
Central Victoria, Australia
Min: -7C, Max: +40C
Lachenalia aloides from our group's plant swap (from Carol, not Ron!)
Moraea macronyx, from seed from Silverhills Seeds many years ago,
It has a citrus scent which reminds me of lemon meringue pie
Ixia rapunculoides - not easy to photograph when it's breezy!
Moraea tripetala - apparently it's quite variable and may be divided into new species or subspecies; this one appears to be one of the ones which will end up as a subspecies of M.tripetala
Hesperantha latifolia from seed from NZAGS Seedex
When Babiana odorata and B. pygmaea flower at the same time we end up with hybrids which have varying amounts of yellow in them and usually radial symmetry showing the influence of B. pygmaea,
Babiana pygmaea is now in flower
More South African bulbous plants in flower at our place.
One pot of seedlings of Hesperantha latifolia seems to have an interloper!
Is it another species or perhaps a hybrid between H. latifolia and something like H. humilis or H. pauciflora?
Gladiolus watermeyeri from seed from NZAGS 2011 Seedex sown in 2012
It has a violet scent but only during the day;
Romulea sabulosa continues to be fabulous