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fermi de Sousa

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November 2021 in the Southern Hemisphere
« on: November 05, 2021, 08:07:23 AM »
To start off November:
1) an ixia grown from seed as Ixia esterhuysenaiae but is more likely to be Ixia versicolor
2) a peach form of Tritonia crocata
The next 3 pics are seedlings of 'Teal' an Ixia hybrid which I think is descended from Ixia viridiflora:
3) Ixia hybrid with pale blue-green petals and purple centre
4) Ixia hybrid with pale blue petals
5) Ixia hybrid similar to Ixia viidiflora
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Mr Fermi de Sousa, Redesdale,
Victoria, Australia

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Re: November 2021 in the Southern Hemisphere
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2021, 03:37:01 AM »
1) Moraea lurida pale versions
2) Trifolium rubens
3) Veronica plebeia - a local endemic
4) Scutellaria indica alba
5) Scutellaria indica
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Re: November 2021 in the Southern Hemisphere
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2021, 03:40:36 AM »
1) Dichelostemma volubile pale pink
2) Dichelostemma volubile mid-pink
3) Ixia rapunculoides hybrid
4) Gladiolus nanus 'The Bride'
5) Herbertia lahue
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Re: November 2021 in the Southern Hemisphere
« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2021, 01:30:39 PM »
1) Spuria Iris 'Intensity'
2) Triteleia ixioides
3) Moraea sp which arrived as a hitchhiker in a pot with a Dichelostemma years ago - it's possibly M. gracilenta
4) A seedling Kniphofia which is most likely descended from a K. porphyrantha grown from NARGS seed ages ago
5) Calochorthus luteus grown from seed from a kind forumist
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Mr Fermi de Sousa, Redesdale,
Victoria, Australia

 


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