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Romulea malaniae

Romulea malaniae

Romulea bulbocodium.  Order:	Asparagales Family:	Iridaceae Subfamily:	Ixioideae Tribe:	Ixieae Genus:	Romulea

Romulea bulbocodium. Order: Asparagales Family: Iridaceae Subfamily: Ixioideae Tribe: Ixieae Genus: Romulea

Romulea tabularis - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Romulea tabularis - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

libutron:  Romulea namaquensis (red form) february 2014 | ©jeffs bulbesetpots As the name suggests, Romulea namaquensis (Iridaceae) is native to the Kamiesberg in Namaqualand, South Africa [source].

libutron: Romulea namaquensis (red form) february 2014 | ©jeffs bulbesetpots As the name suggests, Romulea namaquensis (Iridaceae) is native to the Kamiesberg in Namaqualand, South Africa [source].

Thelymitra macrophylla X canaliculata -     Thelymitra is a terrestrial orchid genus found in Australia (50 species); New Zealand (a dozen species); New Caledonia (2) and the odd one in Timor, Java, and The Philippines. Thelymitra's are known as 'Sun Orchids' because of their tendency to only open on sunny days, closing at night and during cold and cloudy weather. The blue Thelymitra's can be quite un-believable when one comes across them in the bush, as true-blue orchids are so rare in…

Thelymitra macrophylla X canaliculata - Thelymitra is a terrestrial orchid genus found in Australia (50 species); New Zealand (a dozen species); New Caledonia (2) and the odd one in Timor, Java, and The Philippines. Thelymitra's are known as 'Sun Orchids' because of their tendency to only open on sunny days, closing at night and during cold and cloudy weather. The blue Thelymitra's can be quite un-believable when one comes across them in the bush, as true-blue orchids are so rare in…

Sun Orchid (Thelymitra sp.), Photographed in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney Australia, along the Grand Canyon Loop Trail.

Sun Orchid (Thelymitra sp.), Photographed in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney Australia, along the Grand Canyon Loop Trail.

Romulea sulphurea

Romulea sulphurea

Romulea numidica

Romulea numidica

This large genus is composed of about 120 members, many of which are brilliantly colored with the form of a small iris, with three inner and three outer petals. Color ranges from white to  yellow, orange, pink, purple and violet, and many species are scented.  All of the Moraeas (Peacock Flower) listed (below) are winter-growing. SHIPS AUG-OCT. Moraea villosa comes in many different colors...

This large genus is composed of about 120 members, many of which are brilliantly colored with the form of a small iris, with three inner and three outer petals. Color ranges from white to yellow, orange, pink, purple and violet, and many species are scented. All of the Moraeas (Peacock Flower) listed (below) are winter-growing. SHIPS AUG-OCT. Moraea villosa comes in many different colors...

Romulea sphaerocarpa

Romulea sphaerocarpa

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