Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Moraea gawleri Color Forms

I received these plants from a friend.

The typical forms of this flower are small and either pink or pale yellow with veins:

But a second form has shown up in the pot, with drooping bright yellow tepals and pure white, upright style crests:

As you can see below, it's also quite a bit larger than the usual form:

It's so different that I wonder if it's not some sort of accidental hybrid.  Any comments from the Moraea experts?

Monday, June 25, 2012

Moraea Hybrids Update 2012

It's was a very entertaining bloom season for the hybrid Moraeas in my garden.  Here are the highlights...

New Hybrids

Moraea flaccida x Moraea ochroleuca? (MM 10-19).  The seed parent is orange with a yellow center.  I crossed it with a pure yellow one (probably Moraea ochloreuca).  The result is a pleasant apricot-colored flower with a yellow center:

This is a nice plant, and as you can see below, an 8-inch (20 cm) pot of them makes quite a show. 

Note the interesting veining on the backs of the tepals.

This shot is backlit, which shows off the veins even better:

Unfortunately, these plants appear to be pretty thoroughly sterile. I've tried a lot of crosses with them this season, with absolutely zero success so far.  They have a lot of good-looking pollen, but it just doesn't do anything.

This is disappointing from a plant breeding perspective, but there is a silver lining.  It means this cross is probably safe to share broadly, without much worry about it turning into a weed.

Moraea aristata x loubseri (MM 09-01).  As you'd expect, this is halfway between the two parents.  The tepals are light violet when they open, but in the sun they eventually fade to almost-white.  Like several other M. aristata hybrids I've raised, this one produces very little pollen.  It also didn't set any seeds, despite numerous pollination attempts.

I am worried that this one may be a genetic dead end.  I'll keep trying to cross it for the next several years.

Moraea aristata x villosa (MM 09-02).  This one has the color scheme of Moraea villosa, but the tepals are paler, and the flowers are huge, about 30% larger than villosa.  They're the largest Moraea flowers I've ever seen.  I guess this is what you call hybrid vigor.

Although the flower below looks white, it's actually pale violet, a color that is hard to capture in a photo.

(MM 99-00 (Moraea neopavonia x atropunctata)) x MM 99-00 (MM 09-04).  This is my first F2 hybrid Moraea [F2 means that you created a hybrid (the F1 generation), and then crossed that hybrid back with itself].  This self-crossing causes recessive genes to come out, and every book I've read on the subject says the F2 generation is the one where you see the most unusual characteristics.  Many of my Moraea hybrids do not want to cross with themselves, so I was very happy to finally get an F2 flower.

And it was worth the wait.  The parent flowers are orange with a hairy center, like this:

  Self-pollinate them and what do you get?  Naturally, a bright lemon yellow flower!

(MM 09-04A)

Where the heck did that color come from??  I didn't own any yellow Moraeas when this cross was bred, so it's definitely some sort of recessive color gene(s) being expressed.  A second plant of this cross bloomed, and it looked similar to the one above but orange.  A third one turned out to look a lot like the parents.

MM 09-04A has a lot of pollen that makes seeds well with other Moraeas, and it sets seeds when pollinated with many things.  So I hope this won't be the last you see of this color in hybrid Moraeas.

Moraea villosa x neopavonia (MM 03-99B).  A sibling of this one bloomed last year, and it made a nice large orange flower with a black eye.  Note that the orange is a bit deeper toward the center of the flower.

(MM 03-99A)

That plant did not show up this year (which has me worried).  But a new sibling did, and is interesting in other ways.  Its flowers sometimes have weird flanges growing out of the middle of the tepals.  This appears to be a chimera, because other blooms on the same plant did not have flanges.

You wonder if there's some possibility to create a double Moraea.

(MM 03-99B)

This photo shows the same flower on the left several days later, faded by the sun, with another flower on the same plant but without the flanges.

Friday, June 8, 2012

Moraea villosa Color Forms

One of the things I'm learning about Moraea bulbs is that they don't like to be crowded.  If there are too many bulbs in the pot, most of them stop blooming.  As a result, when you repot some overcrowded bulbs, you have to be very careful about giving away the small "offsets."  They might just be offsets, or they might be old overcrowded clones that you thought you lost years ago.

This is especially true of Moraea villosa, because its colors are so varied.  One summer I spent time repotting some overcrowded Moraea villosa: a couple of pots that friends gave to me, and several pots that I had raised.  I tediously transferred all of the (many) bulbs into separate pots, six or eight bulbs to a pot.  I probably ended up with a dozen pots or more, and I thought I was probably wasting my time.  I figured I would end up with a bunch of pots of the same thing.

I was wrong.  I ended up with a bunch of new (to me) M. villosa color forms.

In the years since then I've continued to find new color forms popping up in the villosa pots. I have so many distinct forms now that I've started to give them individual letters, so I can track them for breeding and bulb exchange use.  In case you get some of my bulbs or seed, here's what the letters mean.

(By the way, I should add that I have no way of knowing if all of these flowers are natural forms of M. villosa. Many of these individuals have been in cultivation for more than a decade, and have passed through the hands of several growers. It's very possible that a passing bee could have crossed one of more of them with other Moraea species. If that happened, all it'd take would be for a single seed to fall into the villosa pot, and all of a sudden you'd have a "new" color form. On the other hand, if you take a look at the diversity of natural M. villosa forms shown on the iSpot service, the ones I have here don't look out of place.)

Moraea villosa A.  This is what I think if as the classic Moraea villosa color scheme:  Violet tepals, a bright blue eye, and a hairy orange center. (The tepals look blue in the photo, but trust me, they're violet).

There's a variant on this one, which I call Moraea villosa A+.  Although the color scheme is the same, the tepals have more prominent veins, and the eye of the flower has a back ring around it.  It looks very distinctive when seen in person:

Moraea villosa B.  This one has slightly lighter tepals than form A, plus a lemon yellow center instead of orange:

I call this one villosa B+. It has a thin dark ring around the eye:

Moraea villosa C.  Light purple with a vivid teal/green eye and orange center, a very nice combination.  The purple in the tepals fades to almost-white after a few days.  All of my Moraeas in the past years had blue eyes, so I was very happy to see this one:

Moraea villosa D.  I think of this as a chocolate Moraea.  In bud, it looks solid brown.  When the flower opens, the tepals are the color of hot chocolate with a bit of whipped cream in it.  In a few days they fade to the color of face powder.  It is the strangest (and ugliest) form of Moraea villosa I've seen.

Here's the same flower a few days later, after the sun has faded it a bit.

Moraea villosa E is pale violet with a big blue-green eye (compare this to form C, which has a greener eye and much bigger orange ring around the eye).

In the right light, you can see that villosa form e has a green ring around the eye. Unfortunately, the same lighting that shows the ring also makes the tepals look white. They're actually pale purplw. (Also note the pollen-loaded honeybee visiting this flower. Bees are attracted to the blue-purple Moraeas. That's why I worry about accidental hybridization in my garden.)

Moraea villosa F.  This one is white.  Not pale purple or violet fading to ivory, just plain white.  The experts in South Africa tell me they haven't seed a white form of M. villosa in the wild, so some people speculate that maybe this is an accidental cross with M. aristata.  I can't rule that out, but the flowers do not show the other characteristics of M. aristata (for example, dots on the backs of the tepals).

I have two clones of this color form, from different sources (note the difference in tepal width).  I crossed them, and they set seed. I'm waiting for it to bloom.

Here's villosa F next to villosa B, for comparison:

Moraea villosa G.  This one looks a lot like form A, so I was not sure whether to give it a separate letter.  But the eye is indigo, almost black, instead of bright blue.  So I decided I should keep it separate:

Moraea villosa H. It's very hard to do this flower justice with a photograph. It's the most intensely colored of all my villosa forms, with dark purple tepals and vivid metallic green eyes. Unfortunately, any photo that captures the color of the tepals makes the eye look dull, while a photo that captures the color of the eye makes the tepals look washed out. So I'll give you four photos, and you'll have to average them in your head.

This plant came to me in a batch of mixed Moraeas labeled as a variety called 'Champagne Ice.' At the same time, I also received it from grower Bob Werra. So it's been around for a while. I have no idea what Champagne Ice is supposed to look like, and I doubt this is it. But who cares, it's a striking flower.

The photo below, courtesy of Garry Knipe, shows the intense color of the eyes. They look almost like something you'd see on a butterfly wing.

Moraea villosa I.  This one's similar to villosa e, but with a lemon yellow center.

Moraea villosa J. The basic color scheme is similar to villosa A, but with an intense orange rim around the eye.

Moraea villosa K. The tepals are pale pink, but unfortunately they fade to off-white after a day in the sun.

Moraea villosa L. The color scheme is a lot like villosa form a, but look at the intensely dark rim around the eye. It makes the eye look all the brighter.

Moraea villosa M. I like the faint purple ring around the eye. It'd be great if I could get that color stronger through breeding.

Moraea villosa N. These pictures look overexposed, but actually that's just the color of the flower. It has a mysterious light-colored eye that looks either greenish or bluish in photos, but is kind of gray in person. It's not necessarily the most beautiful color combination, but I think it's very interesting.

My Breeding Records, as of 2012

I've seen cases in which the records of plant breeders have been lost when the breeders passed away.  Without those records, you're left sorting out cryptic dates and code numbers.  I don't have pretensions of greatness for my breeding experiments, but on the off chance that my records might be useful to someone, here they are.

A few notes on how the database works...

The field "successful"records whether a cross survived.  Y = yes, n = no.  Most of the n entries mean the cross never sprouted.  In some cases, if a cross grew for a while and then died, I will list the year of death: D10.  This reminds me to try the cross again.  "S" means the cross turned out to be a self-pollinated offspring of the seed parent.

Most of the crosses are coded something like this:

mm 06-21b

The letters are the initials of the person who made the cross.  MM is me.  MLH is bulbs I dug at Les Hannibal's place in Sacramento.  When I make subsequent crosses with these crosses, I replace the initials with the genus of the cross.  So, for example, "mm 03-07b" becomes "Moraea 03-07b".  This helps me sort the database by genus of the seed and pollen parent.

The first two numbers are the year of the cross.  08 = 2008; 97 = 1997.

The last numbers are the number of the cross in that year (I number the crosses sequentially as I harvest them).

If there is a letter after the cross number, it designates a particular seedling from that cross.  Sometimes I have several seedlings from a cross, and each seedling looks different enough that I label them.

So, "mm 06-21b" means the second seed to bloom from the 21st cross that I harvested in 2006.

I also sometimes use letters to keep track of color forms of some species that are very variable.  So for example, "Moraea villosa a" and "Moraea villosa b" are two color forms of that species.  How do I decide when a color form is distinct enough to be listed?  There is no science to it; if it stands out to me, I give it a letter.

Sometimes after the cross number I have added an abbreviation to remind me of what the cross looked like.  For example "org-blk" reminds me that a flower was orange with bold black markings.

Nerine hybrids with weird letter codes are bulbs I received from the collection of the late Jack Zinkowski. His breeding records were list, so no one knows what those codes mean.

In most cases, a cross had to set what looked like viable seeds in order to be listed here.  Crosses that did not set seeds are generally not included in the database.

Cross Seed parent Pollen parent Successful? Comments

Moraea neopavonia Moraea atropunctata Y Pale orange w hairy centers. Not very pretty. Tag broke, so the atropunctata bit is a guess.

Extremely radial pale pink nr avocado. Flrs med size.

Lt pink w med yell ctrs. 180°.
Amaryllis 'reverse bicolor'

0 Seeds from Les Hannibal's place. His daughter said the parent plant was a reverse bicolor, maybe.
Amaryllis parkeri

0 Ex les hannibal
Amaryllis rubra

0 Ex les hannibal.
Brunsvigia josephinae

Pollen from bill welch fall 02. Red-orange.

0 Crinum is unidentified milk & wine volunteered in a pot from Strybing.
Fail Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea 03-99 org-blk n 2011
Fail Bruns marginata Haemanthus barkerae N Set no seed 2010
Fail Bruns marginata Self N Set no seed 2010
Fail Moraea 03-07a ltl blue Moraea 03-07b big blue n 2011
Fail Bruns marginata N lady cyn cyr N Set no seed 2010
Fail Bruns marginata N girondolo x N Set no seed 2010
Fail Bruns marginata Amaryllis sunset N Set no seed 2010
Fail Bruns marginata Nerine dry gdn N Set no seed 2010
Fail Bruns marginata N cleopatra N Set no seed 2010
Fail Bruns marginata Nerine H-61 N Set no seed 2010

MBQ 1 is dark pink Belladonna from BioQuest. Blooms and grows earlier than Les Hannibal types. very radial up to 270 deg+.Bl. 03
MLH 01

White, little yellow. Good circ form. Light scent. Bl 03, 10
MLH 02

0 White. Lt yell. at ctr. Strong scent.
MLH 03

MLH 3 is pure white multiflora with deep yellow throat. Good substance, radial form. Few ruffles. From Les Hannibal. Photo. Bl 03.
MLH 04

White with yellow centers. Not as large as MLH 3, but with extremely good radial form and good number of flowers. Photo. Bl 03
MLH 05

Very lt pink lines in outer third, wt ctr. Wide, few ruffles. 120 deg. Bl 03
MLH 06

MLH 6 is pale yellow and white center, light pink stripes on outer third of petal. 180 deg. No ruffles. Bl 03
MLH 07

Lt pink outer half. Veins. Wt ctr (lt yell). V lt scent. Very well defined white star ctr. Few to no ruffles. Bud ct not bad. Bl 03.
MLH 08

Wt., deep pink tips. Very few ruffles. Spicy scent. Photo.
MLH 09

MLH 9 is light mid-pink, pretty uniform color, yell ctr, broad petals, ruffles. Photo. Bl 03. 360 deg.
MLH 10

Pale pink lines, darkening at tips, wt ctr w a touch of yell. Lt. scent. Lt ruffles. Bl. 03
MLH 11

Wt ctr, pink outer half,veins. Dk line at ctr tip. Lt scent. Bl. 03
MLH 12

Lt pink, wt. star at ctr. Few lines-no ruffles-lt. Scent. . Photo. bl 03.
MLH 13

Med-dk pink, suffused into throat-med lines. very veined. lt scent. Lt ruffles. Photo. Bl 03
MLH 14

Pink anthers. Lt scent. Med pink streaky to pale yell ctr., very dk at tips, no ruffles. fades solid pink. Upward facing radial funnel. Bl 03 photo at end of roll.
MLH 15

0 Pk lines almost to yellow ctr. Scent, no ruffles. Very wide leaves with no mottling. Prominent veins. Wide flrs, good bud cnt.
MLH 16

Dk pink, very little yell. at ctr. No ruffles - no scent - almost no lines.
MLH 17

MLH 17 is fairly dark pink with pink veining. Average size, few ruffles, yellow center. One-sided. From Les Hannibal. bl 03
MLH 18

MLH 18 is darkest pink multiflora slight ruffles white center. Great radial form. 270+ deg. Almost cherry pink. From Les Hannibal. Bl. 03
MLH 19

MLH 19 is med pink multiflora very large quite ruffled flrs with white centers. Seed pods large too. 80 deg. From Les Hannibal. bl 03
MLH 20

"Early red, red stem." Dark red stem, early blooming. Dark pink flowers one-sided with white centers, darkening to all deep pink with age. Bud count ok. Few ruffles. Bl. 01, 02, 03, 04. . Photo.
MLH 21

0 "Big flower" Fairly early very large flowers, pink with white centers. One-sided and not many flowers to a stalk. Veins. Bl. 01. Photo.
MLH 22

0 "Late red." Solid pink flowers with white centers, blooming fairly late. Bl. 01. Photo. 01 crosses may be mixed with mlh 31.
MLH 23

0 very early. No ruffles. pink outer half, white ctr, almost no ruffles. Ages to lt pink ctr. Some veins. Scent. One sided. Resembles mlh 24. Bl. 02
MLH 24

0 Very early. Few ruffles. pink outer half, white ctr. Ages to uniform. Some veins. Faint scent. Very one sided. Resembles mlh 23. Bl. 02
MLH 25

0 Very early. Dark pink outer half, almost pure white ctr. Some veins. Narrow flowers, almost no ruffling. High bud count, but one sided. Center stays white until very old. Bl. 02
MLH 26

gigantor. very tall. Large open trumpet flrs on tall stem. Good bud count. Fairly one-sided. Almost no ruffles. Mid to pale pink veins with large white star that lasts well. Bl. 02
MLH 27

0 Fairly tall stem, good bud count, avg flr size. Ruffled mipink with white ctr turning pink with age. Does not get really dark. One-sided, congested. Bl. 02
MLH 28

0 Short stem and small flrs. Strongly one sided, avg bud ct. Pink veins w lg white ctr aging to solid pink. Bl. 02
MLH 29

0 Small flrs, good bud count, ruffles, fairly radial (180°), med scent. Fairly strong pink stripe in midpetal. Late.
MLH 30

Pure white, or ctr, fairly small. better bloom 03 - 180 deg plus. Slight ruffles, fairly good bud count. Med scent. Very late. Bl 03. bl 04 midseason.
MLH 31

0 Very late, dark mgta, low, good bud count, extremely radial. '01 crosses may be mixed with mlh 22.
Mlh 32

totally white center, pale pink blush on outer third. Good size, not radial. Very early. Lt scent. Bl. 03, 04.
Mlh 33

Very pale pink veins on outer quarter of flr. Early. fades to pink, berries n cream effect. One-sided 90 deg. Bl. 03
Mlh 34

White ctr, pale pink veins on outre half. Fades to darker pink in throat. bullseye effect! One sided, no ruffles. 90 degrees. Bl 03, 10
Mlh 35

Pure white, yell throat, lt scent, somewhat radial. 160 deg. Bl 03.
Mlh 36

see mlh 26. Big med pink outer half, veined. Yell ctr, fades darker. Very large and radial 180 deg. Bl 03.
Mlh 37

Large white w lt yellow in throat. Slight ruffling, med scent. Radial +180 deg+). A very good white. Midseason. Bl 03.
Mlh 38

Med pink veins outer half, white ctr, fading to pink. 90 deg, congested head tilted to side. Strong scent. Bl 03.
Mlh 39

White, fairly radial but leans strongly. Med yell throat. Lateish.
Mlh 40

White with very pale pink along petal edge, aging pale pink. Yellow-orange throat.
Mlh 41

White, very pale throat, ages pale pink.
Mlh 42

Outer half washed pale pink, strong yell ctr. Not quite as nice as mlh 40.
Mlh 43

Very late. White, little yellow, not radial, pink at very tips. Bl 03
Mlh 44

White, gold center, pale pink tips, fades lt ppink overall. Peachy. Not radial. Very late.
Mlh 45

Low, white, fairly radial. some yellow. Bl. 03. Late.
Mlh 46

Between mlh 36 and mlh 32
mlh 47

Strong dark stripes, yellow ctr, fading dark pink. 180°. midseason.
mlh 48

Very pale pink outer third, faint lines, lemon yellow ctr. 120° bl 04.
mlh 49

Midpink outer third, white interior fading pink, orange ctr. 100° bl 04.
Mlh 50

mid pink w pale yell ctrs, very slight ruffles, midsize, extremely radial. In slope 1.
MLH 51. Picotee

Picotee. One sided, blw 2nd row of stairs. Bloomed 09. Late.
MLH 52

Extreme radial. White w a bit of pink. Late. Bl 09. Below 3 rd row of steps by fruit trees.
Mlh picotee

White with pale pink petal edges. = mlh 51
Mlh pink tip

Very dk pink tips on wt flrs
Mlh sunset

One of several white am crosses with pastel yell and a hint of pink at ctr
Mm 00-00 Gladiolus gracilis v. Gracilis (pale blue) Gladiolus priorii Y Bl. Feb. Scent. Dp mgta-red w wtrmrks & dark striations in throat, on pale yell bkgnd. Blms ~2-3 weeks. •form a is above. Form c wider, ltr w no wtrmks. C is brt mgta w no wtrmks, in violaceo pot.
MM 00-01 MLH 9 MLH 18 -1 Get ruffles and more radial on mlh 18
MM 00-02 MLH 6 MLH 18 Y More radial form on mlh 6. Bl 11. Not so radial. Wt-pnk fading med pnk.
MM 00-03 MLH 13 MLH 3 Y Get veins on white bkgnd. 2010: flrs early, midpink flrs w white ctr.
MM 00-04 MLH 13 MLH 18 Y Radial mlh 13. One plant very dk pink. Another radial med pink w wt ctr.
MM 00-05 MLH 13 Ner. sarniensis corusca major -1
MM 00-06 MLH 6 Ner. sarniensis corusca major -1 One bulb
MM 00-07 MBQ 1 Ner. sarniensis corusca major
MM 00-08 MLH 9 MLH 7 -1 Radial mlh 7
MM 00-09 MLH 7 MBQ 1 -1 Bigger, radial mlh 7
MM 00-10 MLH 7 MLH 18
Radial mlh 7
MM 00-11 MLH 7 Crinum
MM 00-12 MLH 7 Ner. sarniensis corusca major
MM 00-13 MLH 7 MLH 6
MM 00-14 MLH 7 MLH 3
MM 00-15 MLH 15 MLH 18 -1 More radial mlh 15
MM 00-16 MLH 15 MLH 7 -1 Many veins
MM 00-17 Ner. H-92 MLH 18

MM 00-18 Ner. H-92 Ner. humilis hybrid

MM 00-19 Ner. sarniensis corusca major Ner. 'Kenilworth'

MM 00-20 Ner. 'Eos' Ner. 'Kenilworth'

MM 00-21 Ner. H-92 Ner. 'Kenilworth'

MM 00-22 Ner. sarniensis corusca major Ner. H-92

MM 00-23 Ner. 'Kenilworth' MLH 13

MM 00-24

-1 White seeds from les hannibal.
MM 00-25

-1 red seeds from les hannibal.
MM 00-26

-1 Amaryllis rubra seeds from les hannibal.
MM 00-27

-1 White with pink spots seeds from les hannibal.
MM 00-28

-1 Warty red with veins seeds from les hannibal.
Mm 00-29 Moraea sp (atropunctata?) Moraea calcicola

MM 01-01 MLH 5 MLH 4
Radial mlh 5. No bulbs 8/04.
MM 01-02 MLH 5 MLH 18 -1 Radial mlh 5
MM 01-03 MLH 9 MLH 3 -1 Radial mlh 3
MM 01-04 MLH 8 MLH 3 -1 Pink tips on mlh 3
MM 01-05 MLH 4 MLH 21 -1 Bigger mlh 4
MM 01-06 MLH 18 MLH 4 Y Even more radial mlh 4 or 18 •bl 10 - three pure white!
MM 01-07 MLH 4 MLH 3 -1 Radial mlh 3
MM 01-08 MLH 8 MLH 4 Y Pink tips on mlh 4. Bl 10. Pure wt w strong yell ctrs, but must be hybrid bcs mlh 8 was seed parent.
MM 01-09 MLH 03 MLH 20 -1 Radial mlh 20
MM 01-10 MLH 20 MLH 18 -1 As dark as possible
MM 01-11 MBQ 1 Ner. sarniensis corusca major Y Two Bl 10. Typical one sided mid pink
MM 01-12 MBQ 1 Nerine H-61 -1
MM 01-13 MLH 9 MLH 4 Y As radial as possible •one bl 10. Lt pink, not very radial
MM 01-14 MLH 3 MLH 4 -1 Radial mlh 3
MM 01-15 MLH 18 MLH 3 -1 Radial mlh 3, or dk yell ctr on mlh 18
MM 01-16 MLH 4 Nerine H-92 -1
MM 01-17 MLH 4 MLH 9 -1 Radial
MM 01-18 MLH 4 MLH 18 -1 Radial
MM 01-19 MLH 4 Ner. 'Kenilworth' -1
MM 01-20 MLH 4 MLH 20 -1 Radial mlh 20
MM 01-21 MLH 4 Ner. 'Eos' -1
MM 01-22 MLH 22 MLH 18 -1 This mlh 22 may be mlh 31. Make it dark
MM 01-23 MLH 22 MLH 20 -1 This mlh 22 may be mlh 31. Make ir dark
MM 01-24 MLH 22 MLH 3 -1 This mlh 22 may be mlh 31. Dark yell ctr on mlh 22
MM 01-25 MLH 22 Ner. 'Eos' -1 This mlh 22 may be mlh 31.
MM 01-26 MLH 22 MLH 19 -1 This mlh 22 may be mlh 31. Dk yell ctr on mlh 22
MM 01-27 MLH 5 MLH 22 -1 This mlh 22 may be mlh 31. Dont know why made this cross
MM 01-28 N. Bowdenii N. Sarniensis corusca major
Not sure if cross took. none 8/04.
MM 01-29 N. Bowdenii MLH 18
Not sure if it took. No bulkbs 4/04
MM 01-30 MLH 20 Ner. H 61 Y 2009-bulb has strange crispy leaves. Did cross succeed?
MM 01-31 MLH 20 Ner. sarniensis corusca major -1
MM 01-32 MLH 18 MLH 20 -1 Make it dark
MM 01-33 MLH 18 MLH 5 -1 Radial mlh 5
MM 01-34 MLH 18 MLH 21 -1 Bigger mlh 18
MM 01-35 MLH 12 MLH 21 -1 Bigger mlh 12
MM 01-36 MLH 5 Ner. 'Eos' -1
MM 01-37 MLH 12 Ner. H61

MM 01-38 MBQ 1 MLH 20 -1 Big dark flrs
MM 01-39 MLH 5 Ner. H61 -1 1 plant 12/06
MM 01-40 MBQ 1 MLH 21 -1 Big dark flrs
MM 02-01 Mlh 25 Mlh 04 N? Radial mlh25
MM 02-02 Mlh 18 Ner. afterglow N? Not white?
MM 02-03 Mlh 25 Ner. sarniensis N? Normal looking seed
MM 02-04 Mlh 24 Mlh 04 Y Ruffled mlh 4
MM 02-05 Mlh 18 Ner. afterglow (cut)

MM 02-06 Mlh 29 Mlh 05 Y Radial mlh 5; ruffled mlh 5; pink tip on mlh 5
MM 02-07 Mlh 9 Mlh 18
Very radial mlh 18
MM 02-08 Mlh 7 Mlh 4
Radial mlh 7
MM 02-09 Mlh 07 Bruns josephinae
1 seed - white
MM 02-10 Mlh 7 Mlh 4
Radial mlh 7
MM 02-11 Mlh 5 Ner. virgo Y? Bl 09. Looks like mlh 05.
MM 02-12 Mlh 5 Mlh 4 Y Radial mlh 5
MM 02-13 Mlh 18 Mlh 9 Y Very radial
MM 02-14 Mlh 18 Mlh 7
Radial mlh 7
MM 02-15 Mlh 27 Mlh 4 Y Ruffled mlh 4; radial mlh 27
MM 02-16 Mlh 27 Mlh 18
Radial mlh 27
MM 02-17 Mlh 29 Mlh 15
Stripe plus veins
MM 02-18 Mlh 29 Mlh 07
Veins and stripe
MM 02-19 Mlh 29 Ner. afterglow

MM 02-20 Mlh 29 Mlh 12 N? White star in mlh 29
MM 02-21 Mlh 20 Mlh 7 Y Dark color; maybe veins. Bl 09.
MM 02-22 mlh 20 Mlh 18
Dark, radial
MM 02-23 Mlh 20 Ner. afterglow

MM 02-24 Mlh 20 Mlh 4 Y Radial mlh 20
MM 02-25 Mlh 20 Mlh 09
Radial mlh 20
MM 02-26 Mlh 14 Mlh 04 Y Raadial streaky
MM 02-27 Mlh 14 Mlh 18 Y Radial streaky. Bl 09.
MM 02-28 Mlh 15 Mlh 29 Y Ruffles and streaks
MM 02-29 Mlh 15 Mlh 11
Veins and pink tips
MM 02-30 Mlh 15 Mlh 18
Radial mlh 15
MM 02-31 Mlh 15 Mlh 05 N? Veins in mlh 5
MM 02-32 Mlh 15 Mlh 29 Y Ruffles, streaks."first seed freckled"
MM 02-33 Mlh 15 Mlh 04
Radial, streaky
MM 02-34 Mlh 15 Mlh 11
MM 02-35 Mlh 11 Bruns josephinae
Wt small seeds
MM 02-36 Mlh 11 Mlh 15 Y Veins. Bl 11 med pnk few veins.
MM 02-37 Mlh 9 Bruns josephinae
Wt sds
MM 02-38 Mlh 12 Mlh 09 Y Radial mlh 12 •bl 10. Good mgta trumpets w wt ctrs, fairly radial.
MM 02-39 Mlh 09 Bruns josephinae Y 50-50 normal and wt sds. •1bl 09 wt flr. Looks norm.•1 bl 10. Very twisted tepals, pink. •1 in grnd has Bruns-like lvs: grayer, radial, upright. 11 mix of whites, pinks.
MM 02-40 Mlh 31 Bruns josephinae Check Small wt sds
MM 02-41 Mlh 07 Mlh 15
Ruffles amd veins
MM 02-42 Mlh 07 Bruns josephinae
Some small wt sds, 1 sprouting.
MM 02-43 Mlh 07 Mlh 18
Radial mlh 7
MM 02-44 Gladiolus carneus Gladiolus tristis D 02. Y 11 Get large pink. Died when i failed to repot. 1 new sdlng 2011.
MM 02-45 Gladiolus alatus Gladiolus tristis D Get orange tristis. Died when i failed to repot.
MM 02-46 Gladiolus carneus Gladiolus alatus D. Y 11. Mix salmon and pink. Died when i failed to repot. 2 sdlgs 2011.
MM 02-47 Gladiolus alatus Gladiolus carneus D Mix salmon and pink. Died when i failed to repot.
MM 02-48 Moraea calcicola Moraea barnardii D? 1 tiny corm looks like glad. Died when i failed to repot.
MM 02-49 Moraea aristata Mor. villosa-atropunctata D Mix spots and colors. Died when i failed to repot.
MM 02-50 Romulea saldenhensis Romulea amoena(?) D Died when i failed to repot.
MM 02-51 Mlh 07 Mlh 20
White star on red bkgnd
MM 02-52 Mlh 7 B. Josephinae
1 seed-large and pink.
MM 02-53 N. Sarniensis dry garden N. H-49 or h-92

MM 02-54 N. Sarniensis dry garden N. H-49
2 sds.
MM 02-55 N. Kenilworth Mlh 4
2 sds.
MM 02-56 N. Kenilworth Mlh 18
2 sds.
MM 02-57 N. Kenilworth Mlh 31
1 weak sd.
MM 02-58 N. H-92 Mlh 18
2 grn sds
MM 02-59 N. H-92 N. H-49
2 sds.
MM 02-60 N. H-92 Mlh 3
1 grn sd.
MM 02-61 N. H-92 Mlh 4
Wrinkled yell sd.
MM 02-62 N. kenilworth Self (op)

MM 02-63 N. H-92 B. Josephinae
1 sd-green.
MM 02-64 Mlh 31 Mlh 4
Very radial, dark
MM 02-65 Mlh 31 B. Josephinae Y Most sds sml, wht. Med wide dk grn lvs.
MM 02-66 Mlh 31 B. Josephinae Y Seeds look normal.
MM 02-67 Mlh 31 N. Afterglow Y Sds look normal. In pot 09. Red tips on LCD.
MM 02-68 Mlh 31 Mlh 18
Dark, radial
MM 02-69 Amaryllis Multiflora (unk) Nerine Afterglow
Found on a dry stem. 2 sds, look normal.
MM 02-70 N. Humilis brachiae N. wrinkle scarlet

MM 02-71 N. h49 Mlh 3

MM 02-72 N. wrinkle red Mlh 31

Mm 03-01 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus watsonius S 11 Red tristis. 11- plain tristis
Mm 03-02 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus 00-00a (gracilis x priorii) Y Want bigger nice magenta flr w spots. •bl 11. Like tristis w maroon spots and veins. 1 big bulb and lotsa spawn 11.
Mm 03-03 Gladiolus cardinalis Gladiolus Tristis Y Red tristis, earlier. Bl 5/11: pale pink and yellow mkngs on white.
Mm 03-04 Moraea aristata Moraea calcicola Y Form a sltly rounder petals, dkr veins. Form b more triangular, stronger veins. Bl 2010 2011.
Mm 03-05 Moraea aristata Moraea 99-00 (neopavonia x atropunctata Y Form b pale orange w 2 dark lines, smtms makes 4th tepal. Form a, blue signal yell petals, dots on back. Form c orange w narrow blue band. Bl 2010, 2011.
Mm 03-06 Moraea 99-00 neopavonia x atropunctata Moraea villosa A blue-orange
Spota and blue-or color.
Mm 03-07 Moraea 99-00 (neopavonia x atropunctata) Moraea villosa wt/blue-green Y A: Pale org, no spots on back and sml blue grn signal. Virus 2011? Bl. 12, looks ok. B: Looks like pale org neopavonia w spots on back and huge blue signal. Nice.
Mm 03-08 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus alatus S 11 Salmon tristis. 11-tristis only.
Mm 03-09 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus trichomenifolius Y Yellow tristis. 1 sml bulb 11.
Mm 03-10 Romulea grandiscapa Romulea sabulosa

Mm 03-100 Gladiolus sp Gladiolus sp "or" Y Tag faded, seed parent unknown. Tristis x cainatus maybe. Ugly flr. Rot 11, just spawn left
Mm 03-101 Mlh 20 Mlh 03

Mm 03-11 Romulea citrina Romulea sabulosa S 03. y 11 Just citrina. Seed replanted 2011 and grew.
Mm 03-12 Romulea tabularis Romulea atandra v atandra N Rom citrina
Mm 03-13 Romulea tabularis Romulea sabulosa S tabularis
Mm 03-14 Spiloxene orange Spiloxene purple

Mm 03-15 Mlh 35 Mlh 34 N? Berries and cream with bullseye
Mm 03-16 Mbq 1 Nerine h-92 Y Not radial, med pnk. no nerine.
Mm 03-17 Mbq 1 Nerine wrinkle scarlet Y Seeds look normal
Mm 03-18 Mbq 1 Nerine h-49 Y Most look normal
Mm 03-19 Mbq 1 Nerine wrinkle scarlet Y Seeds look normal
Mm 03-20 Mlh 5 Mlh 35 Y More radial bullseye
Mm 03-21 Mlh 37 Mlh 03 Y More radial mlh 3
Mm 03-22 Mlh 36 Mlh 29 N? Big ruffled radial
Mm 03-23 Mlh 36 Nerine h-92
Big normal seeds
Mm 03-24 Mlh 35 Mlh 35 N?
Mm 03-25 Mlh 35 Mlh 04 Y Bigger mlh 4
Mm 03-26 Mlh 34 Mlh 04 Y More radial bullseye
Mm 03-27 Mlh 33 Mlh 05 Y Shades of pink
Mm 03-28 Mlh 19 Mbq 1 Y Idea: cross two big pinks.
Mm 03-29 Mlh 37 Mlh 04
Bigger mlh 4
Mm 03-30 Mlh 09 Mlh 34 Y Idea: get radial bullseye.
Mm 03-31 Mlh 06 Mlh 37 Y Idea: get radial light pink.
Mm 03-32 Mlh 04 Mlh 34 Check Idea: get bullseye pattern more radial.
Mm 03-34 Mlh 19 Mlh 36 Y Idea: cross two big ones.
Mm 03-35 Mbq 01 Mlh 36
Get a big dark pink
Mm 03-36 Mbq 01 Mlh 18
Idea: get bigger, darker mlh 18.
Mm 03-37 Mbq 01 Bruns. Josephinae Y Some small white and sprouting!
Mm 03-38 Mlh 09 Mlh 05 N? Idea: get color of mlh 5 on radial form.
Mm 03-39 Mlh 09 Mlh 01 Y Get radial pure white
Mm 03-40 Mlh 09 Mlh 34
Radial bullseye
Mm 03-41 Mlh 09 Mbq 01
Big dark radial
Mm 03-42 Mlh 09 Mlh 35 Y White radial
Mm 03-43 Mlh 14 Mlh 29 Y Stripes
Mm 03-44 Mlh 35 Bruns. Josephinae
Seeds normal.
Mm 03-45 Mlh 37 Mlh 35 N? Big white radial
Mm 03-46 Mlh 37 Mlh 05 N? Small white sds. Make bigger radial mlh 5.
Mm 03-47 Mlh 35 Mlh 34 Y Radial bullseye
Mm 03-48 Mlh 33 Mlh 37 Y Radial berries n cream
Mm 03-49 Mlh 33 Mlh 35
Radial berries n cream
Mm 03-50 Mlh 33 Mlh 04 Y Radial berries n cream
Mm 03-51 Mlh 34 Nerine virgo Y Looks normal
Mm 03-52 Mlh 37 Mlh 5
Radial mlh 5
Mm 03-53 Mlh 34 Mlh 37
Radial bullseye
Mm 03-54 Mlh 34 Mlh 35
Radial bullseye
Mm 03-55 Mlh 35 Mlh 9
Radial white
Mm 03-56 Mlh 37 Mlh 01
Radial pure white
Mm 03-57 Mlh 35 Mlh 03
Maximum yellow
Mm 03-58 Mlh 35 Mlh 01
Pure white radial
Mm 03-59 Mlh 36 Mlh 18 N? Big radial dark pink
Mm 03-60 Mlh 36 Mlh 37
Big radial white
Mm 03-61 Mlh 20 Mlh 09
Dark pink radial
Mm 03-62 Mlh 20 Mlh 03
Yellow ctr in dark pink flrs. Try for red.
Mm 03-63 Mlh 28 Mlh 36
Big radial veins
Mm 03-64 Mbq 01 Mlh 04 Check Big radial white.
Mm 03-65 Mlh 03 Mlh 34 Y Yellow ctr in bullseye - try for red.
Mm 03-66 Mlh 09 Mlh 40 Y Radial plumeria.
Mm 03-67 Mlh 40 Mbq 01 Y
Mm 03-68 Mlh 40 Mlh 34 Check
Mm 03-69 Mlh 03 Mlh 40 Y
Mm 03-70 Mlh 45 Nerine h-92 Y Look normal - but pink.
Mm 03-71 Mlh 45 Nerine wrinkle scarlet

Mm 03-72 Mlh 45 Brunsvigia josephinae Y Look normal
Mm 03-73 Mlh 45 Nerine h-49

Mm 03-74 Mlh 34 Brunsvigia josephinae
Look normal
Mm 03-75 Mlh 39 Brunsvigia josephinae
Small, white
Mm 03-76 Mlh 20 Mlh 40

Mm 03-77 Mlh 20 Brunsvigia josephinae Y Look normal
Mm 03-78 Mlh 37 Mlh 05

Mm 03-79 Mlh 44 B. Jos.
Lg wt.
Mm 03-80 Mlh 31 B. Jos. Y Some sml wt.
Mm 03-81 Mlh 31 Mlh 9

Mm 03-82 Mlh 31 Mbq 01

Mm 03-83 Mlh 44 Ner h-92
Look norm.
Mm 03-84 Mlh 44 Ner. H49
2 sds.
Mm 03-85 Mlh 30 Mlh 05

Mm 03-86 Mlh 30 Mlh 35

Mm 03-87 Mlh 30 Mlh 44

Mm 03-88 Mlh 30 B. Jos.
1 sml wt.
Mm 03-89 Mlh 44 Mlh 37

Mm 03-90 Mlh 31 Mlh 40

Mm 03-91 Mlh 30 Mlh 01

Mm 03-92 Mlh 45 B. Jos. Y Look norm.
Mm 03-93 Mlh 46 Mlh 35

Mm 03-94 Mlh 03 Ner. Wrinkle scrlt. Y Wt, look norm.
Mm 03-95 Mlh 20 Mbq 01

Mm 03-96 Mlh 01 Ner. Wrinkle scrlt Y Look norm.
Mm 03-97 Mlh 01 Mlh 35
1 seed.
Mm 03-98 Moraea atropunctata (?) Moraea calcicola Y 5/2000. Vers a "spotty" has most spots and squarish tepals, b has no spots, c has some
Mm 03-99 Moraea neopavonia Moraea villosa weird Y 5/2000. Bl 2011. A: Med org, dkr to ctr, big blk signal, triangular petals. B: tepals smlr than a, smtms w flanges on tepals.
Mm 09-01 Moraea aristata Moraea loubseri Y 9: 6/11. Good bulbs. Bloomed 12. Pale ppl-wt w dk ctr.
Mm 09-02 Moraea aristata Moraea villosa Y 5: 6/11• bl 12. A: huge flr lks lk villosa a
Mm 09-03 Moraea villosa Moraea loubseri N 11
Mm 09-04 Moraea 99-00 Moraea 99-00 Y M neopavonia x atropunctata backcross. 7 blbs offsetting a lot 11. •a: sml brt yell flr w lines. B: orange, looks like parent. C: looks like plain neopav.
Mm 09-05 Mlh 11 Bru. Marginata N Some small wt seeds at bottom of pod. Others normal, all pods full. Small wt failed 11.
Mm 09-06 Mm back Mm back
Mistakenly mixed backcrosses of mm 99-7 and mm 99-16. Idiot. Both involve mlh 18, so breed for extreme radial.
Mm 09-07 Mm 99-16 Bru. Marginata Y 3 small wt, 1 germinating. 1 11-10.
Mm 09-08 Mlh 9 Bru. Marginata Y Small wt or pink, one germinating. 7 11-10. 2 pots.
Mm 09-09 Mlh 7 Bru. Marginata Y Small greenish white. 2 11-10.
Mm 09-10 Mlh 19 Bru. Marginata
2 seeds,small pink white, one germinating
Mm 09-11 Mlh 13 Bru. Marginata Y Several small wt, one germinating. 5 11-10.
Mm 09-12 Mm 99-7 Mm 99-7 Y Pink and wht flrs backcross. Going for a very radial dk pink. 2 in pot 11-10.
Mm 09-13 Mlh 03 Bru marginata Y 3 small pure wt sprouting, others normal. 1 11-10.
Mm 09-14 Mlh 30 Bru marginata N 11 1 small pink seed
Mm 09-15 Amaryllis below grevillea Bru marginata
Small white
Mm 09-16 Mlh 39 Bru marginata N 2 small gry-wt in withered pod. May be too far gone
Mm 09-17 Amaryllis peach Bru marginata N 1 lg seed w a split in it
Mm 09-18 Amaryllis by path at 2nd bench Bru marginata Y 2 crosses, svrl small wt sds. 2 11-10. Narrow green upright lvs.
Mm 09-19 Mlh 10 Bru marginata
5 sml wt-grn
Mm 09-20 Amaryllis cross white along path Bru marginata Y 1 sml med-pink. 1 11-10.
Mm 09-21 Amarygia Thompson and morgan Bru marginata Y 2small; 1 wt 1 pink. 1 lrg but sprouting. 2 11-10.
Mm 09-22 Amaryllis near apples Bru marginata Y 1 very tiny wt-grn, 1 med-sml pink •1 sprtg 10/10
Mm 09-23 Mlh 37 Bru marginata
Look norm
Mm 09-24 Amaryllis at turn in path Bru marginata
Look norm
Mm 09-25 Nerine h-76 Bruns marginata N
Mm 09-26 Nerine dry garden Nerine h-92

Mm 09-27 Nerine h-76 Nerine dry garden Y 3 11-10.
Mm 09-28 Nerine cleopatra Bruns marginata N 1seed looks norm
Mm 09-29 Nerine h-61 Mlh 37 N 1norm, svrl tiny lt grn
Mm 09-30 Mm 00-09 Back

Mm 09-31 Mlh sunset Nerine dry garden Y Norm, 2 sds. 1 11-10.
Mm 09-32 Mm 00-09 Nerine h-76
2 white norm
Mm 09-33 Mlh pink tip Bruns marginata
1 sd norm
Mm 09-34 Mlh 52 Bruns marginata
Mm 09-35 Mm 00-09 Nerine dry garden
Svrl lk norm
Mm 09-36 Mlh 52 Mlh sunset

Mm 09-37 Mlh 51 Mlh 52

Mm 09-38 Mlh 52 Mlh picotee
Radial picotee
Mm 09-39 Mlh pink tip Gethyllis villosa
Most norm, 3 tiny dk pink sds
Mm 09-40 Mm 99-14 Back

Mm 09-41 Mlh 52 Bruns marginata Y 1is smallish and white. 1 11-10.
Mm 09-42 Nerine dry garden Nerine lady cyn cyr x

Mm 09-43 Nerine dry garden Nerine cleopatra Y 1 11-10.
Mm 09-44 Mlh 52 Mlh 37

Mm 09-45 Mlh 52 Mlh pink tips

Mm 09-46 Nerine h-76 Nerine afterglow

Mm 09-47 Nerine h-76 Nerine cleopatra N
Mm 09-48 Nerine lady cyn cyr x Mlh 37
Look norm
Mm 09-49 Nerine h-61 Haemanthus amarylloides Y Look norm. 3 11-10.
Mm 09-50 Mlh x Haemanthus amarylloides
Large pod all look norm
Mm 09-51 Nerine h-76 Mlh 19
Look norm
Mm 09-52 Nerine dry garden Bruns marginata
Look normal
Mm 09-53 Mm white radial by path Mlh 52

Mm 09-54 Mm white radial by path Haemanthus barkerae
Look norm
Mm 09-55 Mlh 51 Mlh white

Mm 09-56 Nerine dry garden Mlh 35
Look norm
Mm 09-57 Nerine dry garden Nerine h-61 Y 2 11-10.
Mm 09-58 Mlh 52 Mlh 19
Goal radial pink
Mm 09-59 Nerine h-61 Bruns marginata
1 sml lt grn
Mm 09-60 Amaryllis pale pink nr steps Bruns marginata

Mm 09-61 Nerine h-61 Haemanthus barkerae
Look norm
Mm 09-62 Nerine humilis brachiae Nerine afterglow

Mm 09-63 Nerine girondolo x Gethyllis villosa
Sml grn
Mm 09-64 Nerine h-61 Nerine cleopatra

MM 10-01 Tritonia 'Night Dancer' Tritonia crocata? orange Y 11 9/11
MM 10-02 Moraea villosa Moraea tulbaghensis grn Y 6 9/11
MM 10-03 Moraea gigandra Moraea 99-00 (atropunctata x neopavonia) Y
MM 10-04 Moraea gigandra Moraea tulbaghensis grn Y
MM 10-05 Moraea aristata Moraea tripetala N 11
MM 10-06 Watsonia coccinea (orange) Watsonia tall pink Y
MM 10-07 Ixia 'Venus' Ixia paniculata N 11
MM 10-08 Gladiolus trichomenifolius Gladiolus odoratus Y 1sdlg 3-11
MM 10-09 Geissorhiza sp. white with reddish reverse Geissorhiza radians Y 1 sdlng
MM 10-10 Moraea villosa a (purple-orange) Moraea aristata N 11
Mm 10-100 Nerine h-92 Nerine dry garden

Mm 10-101 Nerine h-92 Mm 99-16a
Look norm
Mm 10-102 Nerine h-92 Nerine kenilworth

Mm 10-103 Nerine lady cyn cyr x Nerine gaby delys

Mm 10-104 Nerine lady cyn cyr x Mm 2010a N Look norm Seeds died in storage
Mm 10-105 Nerine dry garden Nerine g-56

Mm 10-106 Nerine dry garden Nerine bushfire

Mm 10-107 Nerine dry garden Nerine cleopatra

Mm 10-108 Nerine kenilworth Nerine girondolo x

Mm 10-109 Nerine dry garden Nerine h-92a

MM 10-11 Romulea luteoflora Romulea hallii Y
Mm 10-110 Nerine 81-7 Bruns marginata
Look norm
Mm 10-111 Nerine dry garden Nerine girondolo x

Mm 10-112 Nerine virgo Nerine kenilworth

Mm 10-113 Nerine virgo Nerine girondolo x

Mm 10-114 Nerine kenilworth Nerine girondolo x

Mm 10-115 Nerine h-92a Nerine g-36

Mm 10-116 Nerine Diane x Nerine girondolo x

Mm 10-117 Mlh sunset Bruns marginata
1 sml wt
Mm 10-118 Mlh sunset 2010a

MM 10-12 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea 03-07a ltl blue N 11
MM 10-13 Moraea 03-04a ari-calc Moraea villosa pale blue-green Y 3 in 2011
MM 10-14 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea tulbaghensis grn

MM 10-15 Moraea 99-00 (atropunctata x neopavonia) Moraea 99-00 (atropunctata x neopavonia N 3 in 2011. No bulbs found 6/11.
MM 10-16 Moraea 99-00 (atropunctata x neopavonia) Moraea gigandra Y 4 in 2011. Replanted and sprouted 12/11.
MM 10-17 Moraea 99-00 (atropunctata x neopavonia) Moraea tripetala N 11
MM 10-18 Gladiolus melisculus Gladiolus tristis Y
MM 10-19 Homeria flaccida (orange-yellow) Homeria sp. yellow Y 7 9/11. Bloom 2/11: peach flrs.
MM 10-20 Romulea tabularis Romulea hallii S Just tabularis 3/12
MM 10-21 Romulea citrina Romulea rosea Y
MM 10-22 Gladiolus watermeyeri Gladiolus aureus Y Few 2011
MM 10-23 Moraea 03-98a spotty Moraea 03-98b sibling Y 4 seeds
MM 10-24 Moraea villosa (pale) Moraea tripetala Y Few 2011
MM 10-25 Moraea aristata Moraea 03-04a ari-calc Y
MM 10-26 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus watsonius Y
MM 10-27 Gladiolus carinatus Gladiolus tristis Y Bl 3/12. White w ppl spots.
MM 10-28 Homeria elegans (yellow-green) Homeria flaccida (orange-yellow) N 11
MM 10-29 Moraea villosa Moraea tulbaghensis grn N 11
MM 10-30 Gladiolus watsonius Gladiolus carmineus Y Few 2011. Replanted and sprouted 12/11.
MM 10-31 Gladiolus watsonius Gladiolus trichomenifolius N 11
MM 10-32 Gladiolus 00-00 Gladiolus trichomenifoius N 11
MM 10-33 Lachenalia viridiflora Lachenalia tricolor Y Few 2011
MM 10-34 Gladiolus priorii Gladiolus odoratus Y
MM 10-35 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus trichomenifolius Y
MM 10-36 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus carinatus Y
MM 10-37 Moraea aristata Moraea tulbaghensis grn Y 3 2011. Replanted and sprouted 12/11.
MM 10-38 Moraea aristata Moraea 99-00 (atropunctata x neopavonia Y
MM 10-39 Moraea aristata Moraea villosa blue-green Y 4 2011. Replanted and sprouted 12/11.
Mm 10-40 Ferraria crispa cream Ferraria densepunctulata Y Not sure if it is a real cross or just self. 5 9/11
Mm 10-41 Mm 00-04a Self
One pure white seed.
Mm 10-42 Bruns marginata Mlh 03
One grn w speckles
Mm 10-43 Bruns marginata Mlh 18
3 grn w speckles
Mm 10-44 Bruns marginata Mm 99-14a
4 grn sds w speckles
Mm 10-45 Mm 00-04a Mlh 18
1 sml brn half dead looking seed
Mm 10-46 Bruns marginata Mm 2010a

Mm 10-47 Bruns marginata Amaryllis pink-white radial

Mm 10-48 Bruns marginata Mm 00-04a

Mm 10-49 Bruns marginata Mlh 30

Mm 10-50 Bruns marginata Mlh 15

Mm 10-51 Bruns marginata Mlh 10

Mm 10-52 Bruns marginata Mm 02-04

Mm 10-53 Bruns marginata Mlh 33

Mm 10-54 Bruns marginata MBQ 01
10 nice grn sds w red speckles
Mm 10-55 Bruns marginata Mlh 05
4 reg grn
Mm 10-56 Bruns marginata 2010b
sm lg, sm sml
Mm 10-57 Bruns marginata Mlh 34 Y Sm lg, sm sml. 1+1 sd: 6/11
Mm 10-58 Bruns marginata Mm 99-16a
Mm 10-59 Bruns marginata Amaryllis mutaloid (w doubled flrs)
Mostly lg, 1sml wt
Mm 10-60 Bruns marginata Mlh 01
Sml and lg
Mm 10-61 Bruns marginata Mlh 19
Lg and sml sds
Mm 10-62 Bruns marginata Mlh 07 Y Lg and med sz. 2: 6/11
Mm 10-63 Bruns marginata Mlh 51
Sml wt and lg
Mm 10-64 Mm 00-04a Mbq 01

Mm 10-65 Mm 00-04a Mm 00-04 sibling

Mm 10-66 Amaryllis on hill Nerine girondolo x
1very sml half wilted white sd. Probably dead on arrival
Mm 10-67 Haemanthus barkerae Mlh 30 or op (2 seeds mixed)
Brown seed like an olive pit
Mm 10-68 Haemanthus barkerae Bruns marginata
Brown seed like a pit
Mm 10-69 Mlh 9 Bruns marginata
Small wt sprouting
Mm 10-70 Mlh 1 Bruns marginata
1 reg 3 small pink
Mm 10-71 Mm 99-16a Bruns marginata
1 norm 3 sml
Mm 10-72 Mm 02-39 Bruns marginata
1 med wht
Mm 10-73 Mlh 1 Haemanthus barkerae
4 med - 2 pink, 2 wt
Mm 10-74 Mlh 05 Bruns marginata
Some norm. 4 sml, 3 wt, 1 pink
Mm 10-75 Mlh 03 Bruns marginata
2 norm, 1 sml wt sprouting
Mm 10-76 Mbq 01 Bruns marginata
Many normal sds
Mm 10-77 Mlh 34 Bruns marginata
4 why, 1 sml
Mm 10-78 Mlh 18 Bruns marginata
4 wt sds, 3 sml not sprouting
Mm 10-79 Mlh 05 Bruns marginata
3 norm dk pink
Mm 10-80 Mlh 18 Bruns marginata
3 norm lt pink
Mm 10-81 Mm 99-07 Bruns marginata
4 sml wt sprouting, 1 norm in second pod
Mm 10-82 N humilis brachiae N girondolo x

Mm 10-83 Mm 99-16 pink Nerine h-61
Look norm
Mm 10-84 Nerine g-36 Mm 99-16a
Look norm
Mm 10-85 Nerine dry garden Nerine g-36

Mm 10-86 Nerine dry garden Bruns marg
Look norm
Mm 10-87 Nerine g-67-209 Bruns marg
Look norm
Mm 10-88 Nerine girondolo (dark stripe) Nerine kenilworth N Seeds died in storage
Mm 10-89 Nerine g-67-209 Nerine kenilworth

Mm 10-90 Nerine girondolo (dark stripe) Nerine h-92a

Mm 10-91 Mm 2010a Mm 2009a

Mm 10-92 Mm 2010a Mm 99-14b

Mm 10-93 Mlh 09 Nerine dry garden
Look norm
Mm 10-94 Mlh 05 Gethyllis villosa
Look norm but foiled
Mm 10-95 Mlh 05 Nerine h-61
Look norm
Mm 10-96 Mlh 05 Haemanthus barkerae
Look norm but very short pedicel
Mm 10-97 Nerine humilis brachiae Mm 99-16a
Look norm
Mm 10-98 Nerine cleopatra Mm 99-14a
Look norm
Mm 10-99 Nerine h-92 Nerine g-36

mm 11-01 Moraea villosa a Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk

mm 11-02 Moraea villosa a Moraea 03-99 org-blk

mm 11-03 Gladiolus violaceo-lineatus Gladiolus 00-00a Y
mm 11-04 Gladiolus carinatus Gladiolus tristis Y
mm 11-05 Gladiolus 00-00c Gladiolus 00-00a Y
mm 11-06 Gladiolus 03-02 dashes Gladiolus 00-00a
Gnarled pod. May have been hit by disease.
mm 11-07 Romulea hallii Romulea luteoflora
2 seeds; look good
mm 11-08 Romulea tabularis Romulea citrina Y
mm 11-09 Romulea grandiflora Romulea luteoflora Y
mm 11-10 Romulea grandiflora Romulea hallii Y
mm 11-100 Homeria orange-yellow Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-101 Moraea 03-98a spotty Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-102 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-103 Moraea villosa (a or b) Homeria yellow
Good pod
mm 11-104 Moraea macronyx Unknown
1 seed. Could be selfed.
mm 11-105 Moraea villosa a Moraea tulbaghensis blue Y Tulbaghensis form but blue guide. Huge pod.
mm 11-106 Moraea 03-98a spotty Moraea 03-98a spotty Y Self.
mm 11-107 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus priorii Y 6 seeds, 3 look bad
mm 11-108 Moraea polystachya Moraea aristata
Few, withered seeds
mm 11-109 Hesperantha white, red reverse Hesperantha vaginata Y Big pod, seeds mostly withered. One normal seed.
mm 11-11 Geissorhiza aspera Geissorhiza radians

mm 11-110 Gladiolus tristis Gladiolus violaceo-lineatus
4 seeds - small
mm 11-111 Moraea 03-04a ari-calc Moraea 03-99 org-blk Y Half pod
mm 11-112 Gladiolus quadrangulus Gladiolus splendens Y
mm 11-113 Gladiolus tristis plain Gladiolus melisculus Y
mm 11-114 Moraea 03-99 org-blk Moraea villosa a Y Good pod
mm 11-115 Moraea 03-05a ari-y Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk
2 seeds
mm 11-116 Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Y 9 seeds
mm 11-117 Moraea 03-04a ari-calc Moraea 03-04a ari-calc
3 seeds. (Slight chance of cross with 03-98a)
mm 11-118 Gladiolus quadrangulus Gladiolus aureus Y Full pod
mm 11-119 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea 03-98b nospots Y
mm 11-12 Geissorhiza inequalis Geissorhiza radians

Mm 11-120 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea 03-07b big blue

mm 11-121 Moraea villosa a Moraea 03-07b big blue Y
mm 11-122 Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Moraea 03-05c pale or Y
mm 11-123 Calochortus luteus stippled Calochortus vestae pink Y
mm 11-124 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea 03-99 org-blk Y
mm 11-125 Moraea villosa b Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-126 Moraea 03-98a spotty Moraea villosa b Y
mm 11-127 Homeria flaccida orange-yellow Moraea macronyx Y
mm 11-128 Moraea 03-98c spotty Moraea 03-99 org-blk Y
mm 11-129 Moraea villosa b Moraea calcicola old pollen Y Good pod (??)
mm 11-13 Geissorhiza inequalis Hesperantha vaginata Y few seeds
mm 11-130 Gladiolus melisculus Gladiolus carneus

mm 11-131 Moraea 03-05c pale or Moraea 03-99a org-blk Y Good pod
mm 11-132 Moraea 03-98b nospot sibling Moraea aristata Y
mm 11-133 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea 99-00a hairy beard Y
mm 11-134 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea villosa b Y
mm 11-135 Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Moraea 03-98b nospots

mm 11-136 Calochortus vestae pink Calochortus argillosus Y
mm 11-137 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea tulbaghensis Y
mm 11-138 Calochortus vestae white Calochortus argillosus Y
mm 11-139 Moraea gigandra Moraea tulbaghensis blue Y Tulbaghensis form but blue guide
mm 11-14 Gladiols 00-00a Gladiolus carinatus Y few but large seeds
mm 11-140 Moraea villosa b Moraea tulbaghensis blue Y Tulbaghensis form but blue eye
mm 11-141 Moraea 03-98b nospots Moraea 03-98b nospots
Sibling cross
mm 11-142 Moraea villosa b Homeria orange Y Full pod
mm 11-143 Moraea gigandra Moraea 03-99 org-blk Y
mm 11-144 Moraea villosa a Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk

mm 11-145 Gladiolus tristis plain Gladiolus splendens Y
mm 11-146 Moraea 03-05a ari-y Moraea 03-98c spotty

mm 11-147 Romulea campanuloides white Romulea citrina Y 2 seeds
mm 11-148 Romulea campanuloides Romulea hallii Y 2 seeds
mm 11-149 Romulea campanuloides Romulea luteoflora Y 7 seeds
mm 11-15 Moraea villosa b Moraea 03-99 org-blk Y
mm 11-150 Calochortus vestae pink Calochortus luteus stippled Y
mm 11-151 Moraea polystachya Moraea macronyx Y
mm 11-152 Moraea villosa a Moraea 03-05a ari-y Y Good pod. I doubt it bcs pollen parent looks sterile
mm 11-153 Moraea villosa a Moraea 03-98a spotty Y
mm 11-154 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea villosa a Y
mm 11-155 Moraea villosa b Moraea macronyx Y
mm 11-156 Moraea 03-04a ari-calc Moraea villosa b Y
mm 11-157 Moraea 03-05c pale or Moraea 03-98c spotty Y
mm 11-158 Moraea 03-98b sibling Moraea villosa a Y
mm 11-159 Spiloxene species orange (SIlverhill) Spiloxene capensis purple Y
mm 11-16 Moraea villosa b Moraea 03-04b ari-calc
Full pod
mm 11-160 Gladiolus trichomenifolius Gladiolus 03-02 dashes

mm 11-161 Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Moraea 03-99 org-blk Y
mm 11-162 Homeria flaccida Moraea polystachya Y Pod 1/3 full - 9 seeds. Look glossy.
mm 11-163 Moraea vegeta Moraea macronyx Y
mm 11-164 Moraea villosa a Moraea 03-99 org-blk
2 large green seeds
mm 11-165 Moraea 03-98a spotty Moraea 03-98c spotty Y
mm 11-166 Moraea 03-98a spotty Moraea villosa a

mm 11-167 Moraea villosa b Moraea 03-98c spotty Y Good pod
mm 11-168 Moraea villosa a Moraea calcicola old pollen

mm 11-169 Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Moraea villosa a

mm 11-17 Moraea gigandra Moraea villosa a Y Some risk of self-pollination
mm 11-170 Romulea tabularis Romulea hallii Y
Mm 11-171 Romulea bulbocodium Romulea luteoflora
Sds look withered
Mm 11-172 Brunsvigia marginata Mlh 01

Mm 11-173 Mlh 11 Brunsvigia marginata

Mm 11-174 Brunsvigia marginata Brunsvigia grandiflora

Mm 11-175 Brunsvigia marginata Mm 99-16 cerise

Mm 11-176 Brunsvigia marginata Mlh sunset

Mm 11-177 Brunsvigia marginata Mm 02-39 twisted tepals

Mm 11-178 Brunsvigia marginata Mm 99-7 pink

Mm 11-179 Brunsvigia marginata Mlh lines

mm 11-18 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea gigandra Y
Mm 11-180 Brunsvigia marginata Mm 99-16 white

Mm 11-181 Brunsvigia marginata Mlh bullseye

Mm 11-182 Brunsvigia marginata Mm pure white

Mm 11-183 Brunsvigia marginata Mlh solid pink nr apples

Mm 11-184 Brunsvigia marginata Mlh 35

Mm 11-185 Brunsvigia marginata Mm 99-16 pink

Mm 11-186 Brunsvigia marginata Mm 99-15 pink

Mm 11-187 Brunsvigia marginata Mlh pink stripes

Mm 11-188 Brunsvigia marginata Mlh 39

Mm 11-189 Mm 99-16 Brunsvigia marginata Y 1 sml wt sprouting
mm 11-19 Moraea aristata Moraea villosa a? Y Forgot to put on tag. Could also be 03-99 or tulbaghensis green.
mm 11-20 Moraea villosa a Moraea tulbaghensis blue Y Tulbaghensis form but bluish guide
mm 11-21 Gladiolus 00-00 Unknown Gladiolus (tag faded) Y
mm 11-22 Gladiolus 00-00 Gladiolus violaceo-lineatus Y
mm 11-23 Watsonia aletroides Watsonia coccinea Y
mm 11-24 Moraea villosa a Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-25 Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Moraea tulbaghensis blue
Pollen parent: Tulbaghensis form but blue nectar guide
mm 11-26 Moraea villosa a Moraea tripetala
~10 seeds
mm 11-27 Homeria flaccida? (orange-yellow) Homeria elegans (yellow-green) Y Big pod
mm 11-28 Moraea aristata Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-29 Moraea villosa a Moraea 03-98c spotty Y ~15 seeds
mm 11-30 Moraea 03-04b ari-calc Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Y ~12 seeds
MM 11-31 Moraea villosa a Moraea aristata Y ~25 seeds, look good
mm 11-32 Moraea villosa b Moraea 03-07b big blue Y ~10 good-looking seeds
mm 11-33 Moraea 99-00a (b-ish) Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-34 Moraea 99-00 atro-neo Dietes bicolor
1 green seed, looks withered
mm 11-35 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Y
mm 11-36 Gladiolus tristis plain Gladiolus carneus Y
mm 11-37 Moraea 03-04a ari-calc Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk

mm 11-38 Homeria orange-yellow Moraea 03-99 org-blk

mm 11-39 Homeria orange-yellow Moraea 03-99 org-blk
Partial pod
mm 11-40 Moraea gigandra Moraea aristata Y
mm 11-41 Moraea 03-98c spotty Moraea villosa b Y
mm 11-42 Moraea aristata Moraea 03-99 org-blk
Nice pod
mm 11-43 Moraea 03-98b nospots Moraea 03-05c pale or Y
mm 11-44 Moraea 03-98b nospots Moraea tulbaghensis green? Y
mm 11-45 Moraea aristata Moraea 03-05c pale or Y
mm 11-46 Romulea citrina Romulea sabulosa (old pollen) Y
mm 11-47 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea tripetala

mm 11-48 Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Moraea villosa b

mm 11-49 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea villosa a

mm 11-50 Moraea 03-98c spotty Moraea 03-05c pale or Y
mm 11-51 Moraea 03-98c spotty Moraea 03-05c pale or Y
mm 11-52 Geissorhiza inflexa white Geissorhiza inequalis Y
mm 11-53 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea 99-00b atro-neo dk Y
mm 11-54 Moraea 03-99 org-blk Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-55 Geissorhiza aspera Geissorhiza inequalis Y
mm 11-56 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea 03-98c spotty Y
mm 11-57 Moraea gigandra Homeria yellow Y May be self-pollinated
mm 11-58 Moraea aristata Moraea 03-98c spotty Y
mm 11-59 Geissorhiza inequalis Geissorhiza inflexa white Y
mm 11-60 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea 03-05c pale or Y
mm 11-61 Moraea 03-98c spotty Moraea gigandra Y
mm 11-62 Moraea 03-05c pale or Moraea villosa b

mm 11-63 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea gigandra

mm 11-64 Gladiolus 03-03 pale pink Gladiolus 03-02 dashes Y
mm 11-65 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea tulbaghensis blue Y Tulbaghensis form but bluish guide
mm 11-66 Moraea 03-98a spotty Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Y
mm 11-67 Babiana rubrocyanea Babiana curviscapa

mm 11-68 Gladiolus tristis plain Gladiolus carneus Y
mm 11-69 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea tripetala Y
mm 11-70 Moraea polystachya - yellow nectar guides Moraea 03-98a spotty

mm 11-71 Moraea 03-07b big blue Moraea aristata
2 seeds
mm 11-72 Moraea tulbaghensis blue Moraea villosa a
Tulbaghensis form but blue nectar guide.
mm 11-73 Gladiolus quadrangularis Gladiolus patersoniae

mm 11-74 Romulea citrina Romulea hallii Y
mm 11-75 Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Moraea villosa b Y
mm 11-76 Moraea villosa b Moraea 03-07b big blue Y Good pod
mm 11-77 Moraea villosa a Moraea 03-04b ari-calc Y Pod half full
mm 11-78 Moraea 03-98c spotty Moraea 03-98b nospots Y
mm 11-79 Moraea villosa a Moraea villosa b Y
mm 11-80 Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Moraea 03-98c spotty Y Medium pod
mm 11-81 Moraea 03-05b pale or Moraea tripetala
~15 seeds
mm 11-82 Moraea 03-98c spotty Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Y
mm 11-83 Moraea villosa a Moraea (loubseri x aristata) Werra Y
mm 11-84 Gladiolus carinatus Gladiolus 00-00a Y Few, withered seeds
mm 11-85 Moraea 03-04b ari-calc Moraea gigandra
3-4 tiny withered seeds
mm 11-86 Moraea 03-98c spotty Moraea 99-00b atro-neo lt Y Good pod
mm 11-87 Moraea villosa b Moraea aristata Y
mm 11-88 Moraea villosa a Homeria orange Y Pod half full
mm 11-89 Moraea villosa b Moraea gigandra (pointy) Y Full pod
mm 11-90 Moraea 03-98b nospots Moraea 99-00a atro-neo dk Y Half pod, good seeds
mm 11-91 Homeria yellow Moraea villosa a Y 13 seeds, several with a green spot. Plump.
mm 11-92 Moraea 03-98b nospots Moraea 03-98c spotty Y
mm 11-93 Gladiolus trichomenifolius Gladiolus patersoniae
Good seed
mm 11-94 Moraea 03-04a ari-calc Moraea 03-98a spotty
3 seeds
mm 11-95 Moraea 03-05a ari-y Moraea tripetala
1 small seed
mm 11-96 Moraea polystachya Dietes bicolor Y
mm 11-97 Gladiolus quadrangulus Gladiolus trichomenifolius Y
mm 11-98 Ixia flexuosa Ixia paniculata

mm 11-99 Ixia flexuosa Ixia maculata

mm 12-01 Moraea loubseri Moraea villosa a

mm 12-02 Gladiolus 00-00a Gladiolus 03-02

mm 12-03 Moraea elegans orange-yellow Moraea collina yellow

mm 12-04 Gladiolus 00-00a Gladiolus violaceo-lineatus

mm 12-05 Gladiolus 00-00a Gladiolus 00-00c

mm 12-06 Moraea ciliata tall blue Moraea macronyx

mm 12-07 Moraea atropunctata Moraea gigandra

mm 12-08 Moraea 03-05b pale or Moraea 03-99b flange

mm 12-09 Moraea gigandra mm 09-04a

mm 12-10 Moraea 03-05b pale or Moraea neopavonia blue

mm 12-100 Moraea villosa b Moraea villosa pale - Colin Davis

mm 12-101 Moraea villosa b Moraea villosa g

mm 12-102 Moraea villosa a+ Moraea villosa f

mm 12-103 Moraea villosa b Moraea 09-04a

mm 12-104 Moraea gigandra Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-105 Moraea gigandra Moraea villosa c

mm 12-106 Moraea 99-00 Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-107 Moraea villosa f Moraea 09-02a big villosa

mm 12-108 Moraea villosa b Moraea tulbaghensis dark orange

mm 12-109 Moraea tripetala small purple Moraea neopavonia blue

mm 12-11 Moraea 03-98b Moraea neopavonia

mm 12-110 Moraea tripetala small purple Moraea 09-04a yell

mm 12-111 Moraea tripetala small purple Moraea aristata

mm 12-112 Moraea elegans green inner tepals Moraea elegans green inner tepals

mm 12-113 Moraea elegans orange spot Moraea elegans yellow-green

mm 12-114 Moraea 03-05(a?) Moraea tripetala normal

mm 12-115 Moraea 03-04a Moraea tulbaghensis orange-green

mm 12-116 Moraea neopavonia plain Moraea tripetala small purple

mm 12-117 Moraea villosa b Moraea 09-04a

mm 12-118 Moraea villosa a Moraea bellendenii

mm 12-119 Moraea 03-98b Moraea bellendenii

mm 12-12 Moraea loubseri Moraea tripetala (light blue)

mm 12-120 Moraea gigandra Moraea villosa g

mm 12-121 Moraea tripetala normal Moraea loubseri

mm 12-122 Moraea villosa a Moraea tulbaghensis blue Colin Davis

mm 12-123 Moraea aristata Moraea 09-04a

mm 12-124 Gladiolus 10-27 Gladiolus 10-27

mm 12-125 Moraea 03-05b Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-126 Gladiolus 10-18 Gladiolus 10-18

mm 12-127 Moraea 03-04b Moraea villosa g

mm 12-128 Moraea 03-99b flange Moraea tulbaghensis blue

mm 12-129 Moraea villosa a Moraea villosa f

mm 12-13 Moraea loubseri (Werra volunteer) Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-130 Moraea neopavonia slate Moraea neopavonia blue

mm 12-131 Moraea villosa a Moraea 09-02a big villosa

mm 12-132 Gladiolus 03-02 Gladiolus 10-27

mm 12-133 Gladiolus 03-02 Gladiolus 99-00a

mm 12-134 Gladiolus 03-02 Gladiolus carinatus

mm 12-135 Gladiolus 03-02 Gladiolus venustus

mm 12-136 Moraea 03-07b Moraea neopavonia

mm 12-137 Moraea aristata Moraea 03-99b

mm 12-138 Moraea neopavonia thin blue Moraea aristata

mm 12-139 Moraea Zoe werra Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-14 Moraea loubseri (Werra volunteer) Moraea noepavonia blue

mm 12-140 Moraea 03-04a Moraea 09-02a big villosa

mm 12-141 Moraea tripetala small purple Moraea aristata

mm 12-142 Moraea tricolor Moraea macronyx

mm 12-143 Moraea macronyx Moraea tricolor

mm 12-144 Moraea gigandra Moraea neopavonia

mm 12-145 Moraea 03-04b Moraea 03-99b

mm 12-146 Moraea aristata Moraea tulbaghensis blue Colin Davis

mm 12-147 Moraea neopavonia bluish Moraea aristata

mm 12-148 Moraea aristata Moraea tulbaghensis dark orange - green

mm 12-149 Moraea unguiculata (?) Moraea aristata
Seed parent is small spotted flower, not sure of ID
mm 12-15 Moraea ciliata Moraea triclor

mm 12-150 Moraea unguiculata (?) Moraea neopavonia
Not sure of ID of seed parent; small spotted flower. Two seeds at most.
mm 12-151 Moraea 03-99b flange Moraea villosa d

mm 12-152 Moraea Zoe moraea tulbaghensis blue

mm 12-153 Moraea gigandra large pale Moraea 09-04a yellow

mm 12-154 Moraea Zoe moraea villosa f

mm 12-155 Moraea Zoe Moraea neopavonia

mm 12-156 Moraea gigandra Moraea tripetala normal

mm 12-157 Moraea 09-01 Moraea atropunctata
Very few seeds, if any
mm 12-158 Moraea bellendenii Moraea 09-04a

mm 12-159 Gladiolus 10-27 Gladiolus 10-27

mm 12-16 Gladiolus 00-00b Gladiolus 00-00a

mm 12-160 Moraea bellendenii Moraea loubseri

mm 12-161 Moraea villosa a Moraea 03-07a
Maybe one seed
mm 12-162 Moraea villosa a Moraea gigandra white ring
One very iffy seed
mm 12-163 Moraea neopavonia indigo Moraea 03-99b

mm 12-164 Moraea neopavonia indigo Moraea 03-98b

mm 12-165 Moraea 09-04c noepav-like Moraea neopavonia blue
Trying for a late M. neopavonia
mm 12-166 Moraea Zoe Moraea villosa a+

mm 12-167 Romulea eximia Romulea citrina

mm 12-168 Moraea villosa a+ Moraea 03-99b

mm 12-169 Moraea 03-07a Moraea aristata
barely one possible seed
mm 12-17 Gladiolus violaceo-lineatus Gladiolus priorii

mm 12-170 Gladiolus aureus Gladiolus carinatus

mm 12-171 Moraea tripetala normal Moraea gigandra

mm 12-172 Moraea 09-04a yellow Moraea bellendenii

mm 12-173 Moraea 09-04a yellow Moraea villosa c

mm 12-174 Moraea 03-07b Moreae 09-04a
Few if any seeds
mm 12-175 Moraea 03-07b Moraea bellendenii
Probably all dust
mm 12-176 Moraea 03-98b Moraea neopavonia blue

mm 12-177 Moraea 99-00 mauve Moraea loubseri

mm 12-178 Moraea 99-00 mauve Moraea 99-00 mauve
Few to none
mm 12-179 Moraea tripetala normal Moraea tulbaghensis

mm 12-18 Moraea loubseri Moraea tulbaghensis
(probably gray eye form)
mm 12-180 Moraea 03-98b Moraea tulbaghensis blue C. Davis

mm 12-181 Moraea gigandra Moraea bellendenii

mm 12-182 Moraea villosa a+ Moraea 09-04a
Mostly dust
mm 12-183 Romulea luteofolra Romulea tabularis

mm 12-184 Moraea 99-00 Moraea villosa f

mm 12-185 Moraea Zoe Moraea 03-05b

mm 12-186 Moraea 09-04a Moraea atropunctata
A few good seeds, I think
mm 12-187 Moraea tripetala normal Moraea unknown
Orange pollen. Maybe villosa a or 03-99b?
mm 12-188 Moraea tripetala normal Moraea 09-04a yell
Good pod
mm 12-189 Moraea macronyx Moraea ciliata small blue
Few seeds
mm 12-19 Gladiolus 00-00c Gladiolus 00-00c

mm 12-190 Moraea bellendenii Moraea 03-07b
Very iffy
mm 12-191 Moraea villosa Moraea villosa c
Not sure if seed parent was form a or b. It was one of the two.
mm 12-20 Moraea atropunctata Moraea 09-04a

mm 12-21 Moraea atropunctata Moraea tripetala (small purple)

mm 12-22 Moraea atropunctata Moraea loubseri

mm 12-23 Moraea collina yellow Moraea elegans green-org

mm 12-24 Moraea neopavonia plain Moraea 03-98b

mm 12-25 Moraea aristata Moraea 03-99b

mm 12-26 Moraea 09-04a yellow Moraea aristata

mm 12-27 Moraea villosa a Moraea atropunctata (probably)

mm 12-28 Moraea noepavonia plain Moraea 03-05b

mm 12-29 Moraea noepavonia plain Moraea gigandra

mm 12-30 Moraea 99-00 Moraea villosa F

mm 12-31 Moraea neopavonia plain Moraea villosa a

mm 12-32 Moraea 03-05b pale or Moraea villosa a+

mm 12-33 Gladiolus 10-27 Gladiolus 10-27

mm 12-34 Gladiolus 00-00d Gladiolus 00-00a

mm 12-35 Moraea 09-02a big villosa Moraea villosa f

mm 12-36 Moraea 09-02a big villosa Moraea 09-04a yellow

mm 12-37 Moraea gawleri big yellow Moraea gawleri red

mm 12-38 Moraea neopavonia indigo Moraea loubseri

mm 12-39 Moraea villosa e Moraea tulbaghensis dark orange - green

mm 12-40 Moraea atropunctata Moraea villosa a

mm 12-41 Gladiolus venustus Gladiolus carinatus

mm 12-42 Romulea yellow (Werra) Romulea monadelpha

mm 12-43 Moraea aristata Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-44 Moraea villosa F (Werra) Moraea 09-04a yellow

mm 12-45 Moraea aristata Moraea neopavonia blue

mm 12-46 Gladiolus 10-27 Gladiolus 10-27

mm 12-47 Moraea 10-19 peachy homeria Moraea villosa a+
Very iffy. Maybe a couple of seeds in an otherwise empty pod.
mm 12-48 Moraea 03-98b nospots Moraea 09-04a yellow

mm 12-49 Moraea loubseri Moraea gigandra

mm 12-50 Moraea villosa e Moraea villosa c

mm 12-51 Moraea gawleri pale yellow Moraea gawleri red

mm 12-52 Moraea speciosa Moraea polystachya

mm 12-53 Moraea 09-04a yellow Moraea villosa f white

mm 12-54 Romulea amoena (?) Romulea syringodeoflora

mm 12-55 Moraea tricolor pink Moraea macronyx

mm 12-56 Moraea 09-02a big villosa Moraea 09-02a big villosa

mm 12-57 Romulea unifolia Romulea monadelpha

mm 12-58 Moraea villosa b Moraea 03-04a

mm 12-59 Moraea villosa c green eye Moraea villosa f

mm 12-60 Moraea loubseri Moraea villosa c

mm 12-61 Moraea atropunctata Moraea 99-00b

mm 12-62 Moraea neopavonia thin black Moraea gigandra

mm 12-63 Moraea atropunctata Moraea aristata

mm 12-64 Moraea villosa f white Moraea villosa f white

mm 12-65 Gladiolus violaceo-lineatus Gladiolus venustus

mm 12-66 Moraea villosa a+ Moraea tulbaghensis dark orange

mm 12-67 Moraea villosa b Moraea villosa d

mm 12-68 Moraea atropunctata Moraea 03-98b

mm 12-69 Moraea aristata Moraea tulbaghensis green

mm 12-70 Moraea neopavonia not blue Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-71 Moraea 03-05b Moraea loubseri

mm 12-73 Moraea 03-04b Moraea 09-04a yellow

mm 12-74 Moraea aristata Unknown
Orange pollen. 99-00c? 03-05b?
mm 12-75 Moraea aristata Moraea villosa f white

mm 12-76 Moraea 09-02a big villosa Moraea aristata (or villosa)
Some risk of bee pollination
mm 12-77 Romulea sabulosa Romulea unifolia

mm 12-77 Moraea loubseri Moraea 03-99b flange

mm 12-78 Moraea tricolor Moraea ciliata small blue

mm 12-79 Moraea tulbaghensis dk or-grn Moraea villosa d

mm 12-80 Moraea 09-02a big villosa Moraea villosa c

mm 12-81 Moraea 09-04b orange Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-82 Moraea 03-98b Moraea tripetala

mm 12-83 Moraea gigandra Moraea villosa a+

mm 12-84 Moraea 99-00 Moraea neopavonia

mm 12-85 Moraea tripetala normal Moraea neopavonia blue

mm 12-86 Moraea aristata Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-87 Moraea gigandra Moraea villosa f white

mm 12-88 Moraea gigandra Moraea villosa d

mm 12-89 Moraea neopavonia plain Moraea 03-07b

mm 12-90 Moraea 03-05b Moraea zoe

mm 12-91 Moraea neopavonia slate Moraea tulbaghensis dk or-blue

mm 12-92 Gladiolus 10-27 Gladiolus 10-27

mm 12-93 Moraea 03-04a Moraea bellendenii

mm 12-94 Moraea gigandra Moraea 03-99b flange

mm 12-95 Moraea gigandra Moraea loubseri

mm 12-96 Moraea gigandra Moraea atropunctata

mm 12-97 Moraea gigandra Moraea neopavonia

mm 12-98 Moraea gigandra Moraea tulbaghensis or-grn

mm 12-99 Moraea Zoe Moraea 09-04a yellow

Mm 2011a See mm 03-99

MM 93-01 Bab. nana B. Pygmaea Y Cream with purplish ctr. Flowers held too low in foliage, but quite vigorous.
Mm 93-02 Calochortus luteus Calochortus clavatus N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happeend.
Mm 93-03 Calochortus luteus w spot Calochortus luteus pope vly few mkgs

Mm 93-04 Calochortus splendens Calochortus luteus w spot

Mm 93-05 Calochortus splendens Calochortus amabilis

Mm 93-08 Calochortus Luteus at side Calochortus luteus pope vly gd mkgs

Mm 93-09 Calochortus amabilis Calochortus uniflorus

Mm 93-10 Moraea gigandra Moraea neopavonia

Mm 93-11 Moraea Papilionacea Moraea neopavonia

Mm 93-12 Moraea Papilionacea Moraea aristata

Mm 93-13 Brodiaea californica Dichelostemma ida-maia

Mm 94-01 Romulea bulbicodium Romulea "amoena" mgta
Mm 94-02 Calochortus weedii Calochortus nitidis N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happeend.
Mm 94-03 Calochortus weedii Calochortus venustus mgta N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happeend.
MM 95-01 Lachenalia reflexa Lachenalia bulbifera N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happeend.
MM 95-02 Calochortus luteus Calochortus striatus
Seeds narrow, look infertile, 2011.
MM 95-03 Calochortus striatus Calochortus catalinae
Seeds narrow, look infertile. 2011.
MM 95-04 Calochortus luteus Calochortus venustus magenta
Seeds look narrow, infertile, 2011.
MM 95-05 Calochotrus splendens Calochortus venustus 2-spot N Empty packet '11. Not sure what happened.
MM 96-01 Ixia flexuosa Ixia dubia n Empty packet '11. Not sure what happened.
MM 96-02 Moraea aristata Moraea barnardii
2 tiny seeds, '11.
MM 96-03 Babiana scabrifolia Babiana rubrocyanea
One seed, 2011.
Mm 96-04 Calochortus venustus Calochortus tiburonensis N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happeend.
Mm 97-01 Moraea neopavonia Moraea loubseri N Pot turned out to be m setifolia, 2010
MM 97-02 Moraea polystachya Moraea atropunctata N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happeend.
MM 97-03 Moraea aristata Moraea neopavonia N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happened.
MM 97-04 Calochortus luteus Calochortus nitidis N Empty packet '11. Not sure what happened.
MM 97-05 Calochortus luteus no spot Calochortus striatus N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happeend.
MM 97-06 Calochortus luteus Calochortus striatus n Empty packet '11. Not sure what happened.
Mm 97-07 Calochortus venustus Calochortus superbus N Empty seed packet '11. Not sure what happeend.
Mm 99-00 Moraea atropunctata? Moraea neopavonia Y Form a has dense beard. Form b has lghtr beard. Pale orange w hairy centers. Not very pretty. Tag broke, so the atropunctata bit is a guess. •or maybe its loubseri?
MM 99-01 MLH 19 Crinum -1
MM 99-02 MLH 18 MLH 7 0 Failed. Few seeds, none survived.
MM 99-03 MLH 14 Crinum -1
MM 99-04 MLH 7 MLH 3 -1 Darker yell ctr on mlh 7; veins on white bkgnd.
MM 99-05 MLH 18 MLH 19 0 Failed. Few seeds, none survived.
MM 99-06 MLH 14 MLH 18 -1 Radial mlh 14.
MM 99-07 MLH 9 MLH 18 Y Even more radial mlh 18. 1st gen 180 deg, wht w yell ctr, fading solid pink. •bloomed 09, one white, one midpink. •bloomed 10 3 midpink
MM 99-08 MLH 7 MLH 19 -1 Bigger mlh 7
MM 99-09 MLH 11 MLH 13 -1 Lots of veins
MM 99-10 MLH 7 Crinum -1
MM 99-11 MLH 5 MLH 3 -1 Bigger mlh 5
MM 99-12 MLH 19 MLH 18 -1 Bigger mlh 18
MM 99-13 MLH 19 MLH 5 -1 Bigger mlh 5
MM 99-14 MLH 03 MLH 19 Y Bigger mlh 3. •7 bl 2010. A is pink w 30 buds. B is late wt w very strong yellow.
MM 99-15 MLH 11 MLH 18 Y 10. Radial mlh 11 • one wt/yell, 2 pink 10. 1 almst pure wt 11.
MM 99-16 MLH 03 MLH 18 Y Bigger mlh 18; radial mlh 3 •10 majority mid pink, radial. Minority white. •form a is clear mgta w white center, radial, solid colors, wide petals.
MM 99-17 MLH 19 MLH 3 -1 Bigger mlh 3
MM 99-18 MLH 18 MLH 19 0 Failed. Few seeds, none survived.
MM 99-19 MBQ 1 Crinum -1
MM 99-20 MLH 5 MLH 5 -1
MM 99-21 MLH 19 MLH 19 -1
Moraea gigandra white ring

Larger than typical, lighter, with narrowed blue eye and distinct white ring around the center. Werra.
Moraea tripetala small purple

Smaller than typical, deep royal purple with yellow eye, cream pollen.
Moraea tripetala typical

Pale purple, white fuzzy eye with tiny blue spots, red pollen.
Moraea villosa a

Form A: ppl petals - blu signal - orange center.
Moraea villosa a+

Purple/blue/orange with black rim around eye
Moraea villosa b

Form B: purple, blue eye, yell Ctr.
Moraea villosa blue & yellow

Found in a brodiaea pot. Looks like blue form of m. Villosa, but I have no idea how it got there.
Moraea villosa c

pale purple, greenish eye.
Moraea villosa d

Mauve, greenish-blue eye, orange center
Moraea villosa e

Very pale purple, teal eye, yellow-orange center.
Moraea villosa f

F: creamy white tepals.
Moraea villosa g

G: purple, indigo blue eye, orange center. Werra.
Moraea zoe

Said to be a m. Villosa hybrid. From Mary sue ittner.
Nerine 81-7

Rosy red, spherical
Nerine 82-9

Few flrs. Red rib, bluish cast on petals.
Nerine afterglow

Scarlet / large / med sparkles / no ruffles / few flrs
Nerine bushfire

Salmony pink,spherical
Nerine Canasta

Nerine. Pale pink and crinkly with a dark pink midline. Not too large. Ex zinkowsky.
Nerine Eos

Pink with white midpetal. Little sparkle. From Zinkowsky.
Nerine girondolo x 91-28

Nerine guy wrinkle (big red)

Ex guy wrinkle. Supposedly from a private collection. A nice large scarlet nerine.
Nerine h-49

Nice light scarlet. From zinkowsky.
Nerine h-61

Very dk mauve w red rib. Zinkowski.
Nerine h-76

Pink sparkly large no ruffles few flrs. Bl 04.
Nerine H-92a

Mauvey red with scarlet midpetal. Lots of sparkle. From Zinkowsky.
Nerine h-92b

Nerine humilis hybrid

0 Pink and ruffled.
Nerine Kenilworth

Solid salmon pink. Not much sparkle. From Zinkowsky.
Nerine lady cyn cyr x gaby delys

Magenta with ruffles. Nice color but flrs are kind of small and bent over.
Nerine mandarin

Mgta, big flr head.
Nerine prince of orange

Scarlet globular
Nerine sarniensis ex dry garden

small / many flrs / blooms well. Nice deep mgta, curly, but flrs not symmetrical. Not sure its sarniensis.
Nerine virgo

Pure white. Nice size.
unk 10-1

White good radial, yell ctrs, 20 buds, along second level path. Tag missing.