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Old 4th May 2009, 02:35 AM
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Default Just some of my flowering Tills

Sorry David!.....I'm copying your title
Anyway, here are some blooming in my yard at the moment.
Feel free to guess what they are.
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Old 4th May 2009, 10:35 PM
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Default Re: Just some of my flowering Tills

I can just make out a few (hope I'm correct), the rest just leave it to other sifus to ID
Pic 5 - T Stricta hard leaf
Pic 7 - T Feather Duster
Pic 8 - T capitata Maya
Pic 9 - T ionantha var stricta
Pic 12 - T fasciculata var clavispica
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Alvin,

pic #5 is geminiflora X stricta.
pic #7 is tenuifolia var strobiliformis
pic #8 is capitata peach
pic #9 is ionantha Feugo
pic #12 is just a form of fascicualta. have red bracts! no idea of what varient it really is.

pic #6 is stricta hard leaf and the first pic is ionantha peanut.
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Andy,
Thanks for the answers. :P
What is the ID of the fourth and tenth plant (bright pink)? The fourth looks like one of the 'mystery caputs' that I have. It's quite a large plant right?
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Alvin, the #4 pic is a caput medusae. It's leaves look elongated as I put this plant in a shadier place.

Pic #10 is schatzlii X brachycaulos. My new acquisition

I will do some comparision of the caputs that I have. The one you are refering to is really BIG.
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