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Some random bulb pics (several) from today

Posted by bluebonsai101 6a PA (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 14, 10 at 18:45

I decided to take pics today before work as some of the plants were looking pretty good so thought I'd share.

Drimiopsis maculata:
Drimiopsis maculata

Drimiopsis sp.
Drimiopsis sp.

Drimopsis sp.
Drimiopsis sp.

Ledebouria confusa
Ledebouria confusa

Ledebouria zebrina
Ledebouria zebrina

Ledebouria zebrina flower
Ledebouria zebrina

Boophane sp. 'Port Elizabeth'
Boophane sp. 'Port Elizabeth'

Haemanthus humilis ssp. hirsutis (not a particularly hairy form though)
Haemanthus humilis ssp. hirsutis

I still need to download a few more, but those will have to wait. Hope you like them :o) Dan


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RE: Some random bulb pics (several) from today

OK, one more of my favorites :o) Dan

Ledebouria floribunda:
Ledebouria floribunda


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RE: Some random bulb pics (several) from today

  • Posted by izhar Karachi, Pakistan/ 1 (My Page) on
    Tue, Jun 15, 10 at 1:21

WOW...they are artificial.. arent they??.... you have such a great collection... how come you get each of them to bloom? your photography is classic too... treat to watch... thanks for sharing..

Izhar


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RE: Some random bulb pics (several) from today

Mmmm. Love Ledebouria! If I was feeling slightly brave I'd scamper out and see if the Haemanthus is furry or not.

Most of all - I delight in that Boophane! Definitely architectural.

bluebonsai - did you notice the post on Ungeria? I know your addiction tends toward S African bulbs (or nearby) but ...

Meantime - thanks for the vicarious pleasure and the rush of 'Gotta Have!'. Deeply enjoyed.


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RE: Some random bulb pics (several) from today

Great pics of some cool unique plants. Thanks for sharing.

Sue


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RE: Some random bulb pics (several) from today

Izhar, the nice thing about Ledebouria, Drimia, Drimiopsis is that they are so easy to bloom even in the house often times so if you can find some I'm sure you would have no problem at all growing them and flowering them in large numbers!!

vetivert, I always think of the Boophane as architectural so it is nice to see others think the same way!! I'm afraid that I am unfamiliar with Ungeria so did not comment on that post, but is is an interesting new plant I had not heard of.

Glad you liked them Sue :o) Dan


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