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mizellie(z7 Al)July 26, 2011

I have been lurking here trying to decide if this is the forum for these bulbs. I purchased these a couple of years ago and lost my tag. My home is the daylily forum so you are welcome to come and visit...Thank you so much...Ellie

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It looks like a Montbretia, botanical name: Crocosmia to me.

Here is a link that might be useful: Yellow Montbretia

    Bookmark   July 26, 2011 at 5:49PM
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mizellie(z7 Al)

That's what it is...Thank you so much haweha!! I appreciate the effort you made...Ellie

    Bookmark   July 26, 2011 at 10:20PM
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You are welcome!
The leaves of these appeared as unusually broad to me, and they would even remind me of Freesias (that belong into the same Family) that I absolutely had to look it up, since I am acquainted but with the more common Montbretias in orange / brownish orange colors.
It is like Freesias, that good (strong)spikes and the lowermost bud initials on the spike, respectively, produce 2 or more side-branches (mini spikes), and I absolutely ADORE this special humour of nature. I heard that some cultivars of Gladiolas (again: Same Family) even, are capable of branching, go-figure, and this must be absolutely wonderful!

    Bookmark   July 27, 2011 at 5:39AM
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