It's sort of mixed feelings with this. Seed took 2 years to germinate, and the germination was sparse. It took a lot of convincing myself before I could believe it really was D. glanduligera. A friend in Australia mentioned that his friend had them growing in his backyard, but could not get the seed to germinate out of habitat!
I noticed flower scapes are up on all my plants. This plant is an annual and departs soon after setting seed. The next seed I sow will be exposed to a seasons worth of rain. I think the rain will leach out the inhibitory enzymes in the seed coat and will result in a more rapid germination.
So, although I feel a sense of accomplishment at the incipient flowering of my plants, it won't be long before they are photographs and memories.
Photos will follow when the event unfolds.