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    U. triloba!! Wow! I look forward to the photos!
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    You might be thinking of U. triflora, a nice Australian species. U. triloba is pretty similar to U. subulata.

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    Thanks to Pete Thiel and Bob Ziemer I can once again post some photos. Here is the photo, as requested:



    and some other shots:

    http://www.sherlock-droserae.com/UploadF...._8r.jpg

    http://www.sherlock-droserae.com/UploadF...._9a.jpg

    http://www.sherlock-droserae.com/UploadF....3_2.jpg

    Dodec,

    The species I am thinking of didn't look like U. subulata, so you must be right! How do you keep them all straight!



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    Tamlin, A beautiful little flower. Looks very similar to a U. uniflora. Must get my hands on this one as soon as possible. Does it grow as an annual or perennial?

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    Sean.

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    It seems like a perennial, at least so far. I have grown it for about 2 years, and it slowly grew a fine flush of all green surface stolons. Just prior to flowering however some of these turned yellow. When this has happened in the past, the plants have all died back radicaly (e.g. U. warburgii) after anthesis, and then slowly resumed the process again. I'll keep you filled in on what this one does.
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    I just wanted to udate you on the flowers of this fantastic species. These photos were taken 100103, and the original flowers remain as beautiful as the day they opened. How's that for long lasting!
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