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Product images of 441. Green-flowered Ixia, and other Cape Singularities.
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441. Green-flowered Ixia, and other Cape Singularities.
The blue-green Ixia viridiftora, Lam., is the most noteworthy in this selection of flowers, painted at Ceres. There is, or was, a variety in cultivation with a greater infusion of green in the flowers. In front is a species of Leucospermum, and Helipterum eximium, DC. with flannel-like leaves and rose and crimson flower-heads, which retain their brightness for years. To the left of the Ixia is the singular Pelarqonium triste, Ait., with greenish-yellow and brown flowers and fern-like leaves. The crimson flower at the top is Ixia speciosa, Andr., and on the right are a pink Watsonia, an orange-scarlet Cyrtanthus and a Helichrysum below.
- Image reference: MN_441
- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens; Kew