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Hi Marilyn and Hanne, this is also called African Iris and Fortnight Lily. The plant looks like a tall grass. Hanne, Tex came up with that name from Led Zeppelin.....we play their music for it to grow larger!!! Thanks all.
That is very special - a kind of iris I think! Sorry shirley but Leddus Zeppelonius gives no result on my google but Dietes does and it might look like a kind of it! Thanks so very much Robbie.
Very unusual, the likes of which I've never seen before.
Right on PPM, thanks.
It does PKH, thanks.
Enjoy it Jacques, thanks.
Excellent idea KARLS, thanks.
GOOGLE NEED A LINK WHERE YOU CAN PUT IN A PHOTO AND SAY "WHAT"S THIS?"
never seen this before, nice one mate!!!
The colors and markings look like some sort of exotic butterfly. A very fine flower you have found!
Robbie, you are a very knowledgeable young man. This is, indeed, a "cream flower" (but with a slight greenish tint).
Thank you gem and Celeste.
Well now, we come to Shirley for the world including Australia and Tex from Texas!! Shirley is correct that this plant is known as 'Dietes', however Tex is right also. Instead of plant food we regularly give it a blast of "Stairway to Heaven!" by Led Zeppelin!!!!!!! You can see the result!
Texasstar may very well be right, but I've known this flower as a 'Dietes' here in Australia. very hardy plant, pretty flower, Thanks Robbie.
This is a lettuce bloom, botanical name may be Leddus Zeppelonius.
That is one gorgeous flower.
So unique. Love it.
Graci I am running out of pictures, so doing random ones. Thanks to you, chickie and PK.
Flowers with no name. But they are grogeous
Keep it up Robbie, you're on a roll.
Whatever is the name, is beautiful.. What's about today? flower day? many beautiful flower puzzles today. thanks Robbie
I STILL DON"T KNOW!!!........HEE HEE HEE.