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Oxalis and Agapanthus 'Tinkerbell'


Oxalis and Agapanthus 'Tinkerbell'

When I bought the Agapanthus, there was an Oxalis bulb in the roots that is blooming - when it is sunny.



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What colour is your Agapanthus lovely flower the Oxtail.

1 Feb, 2019

 

The flowers are one of those lighter blues, and doesn't get more than 1½ feet tall - one of the dwarf varieties.

1 Feb, 2019

 

Thank you Wylie it's nice to have different heights shame the two plants don't flower together it would look great.

1 Feb, 2019

 

The oxalis are the Debilis species?

5 Feb, 2019

 

They could be … it was growing in the same pot as the Agapanthus, so its exact species is unknown as it could be the result of two species mixing and the seed fell into the soil. As a result of hybridizing daylilies, if the exact nature of a plant isn't known, then I use a generic name or "Unknown". I have a daylily I label BSA#7 because its parentage wasn't certain. I could make a guess, but that isn't how things are supposed to work.

6 Feb, 2019

 

Thank you for the answer Wylie.

8 Feb, 2019



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