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It is a fritilaria but any idea which one? dont know what has happened to the label. I cant have written one. its in a 9cm diam pot.



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f. stenanthera.

21 Mar, 2013

 

oh BA i do so hope it is but I know it isnt . I'd have been hugging my self with delight. it is a pretty little thing.

22 Mar, 2013

 

Ok, if you didn't like that how about raddeana (greenish/yellow flowers) or bucharica (whiter flowers). It looks to be too small for a flowering sized imperialis.

22 Mar, 2013

 

Another thought! I can't see the stem in the picture but could it be fasciated? Frits are prone to this and it would really confuse the id.

22 Mar, 2013

 

no its not fasciated.

either plant would be good.

22 Mar, 2013

 

the latest photo shows clear bells forming.

6 Apr, 2013

 

I think it is F davisii. A friend has this one and it looks very similar.

13 Apr, 2013

 

F davisii normally has one large, chequered flower per stem although, occaisonally, it can have as many as four. Yours looks as if it is going to have eight or more flowers on the one stem, putting it in the imperialis group of frits.

14 Apr, 2013

 

I am just going to have to be more patient and wait until they open.
thanks for the help BA

14 Apr, 2013

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