[Trillium-l] Sulcatum Diversity

gunnebert.wedell at spray.se gunnebert.wedell at spray.se
Fri May 13 11:02:21 CEST 2011


Hello Stephen,
Ther best identity for me is that T. sulcatum has broad overlapping petals 
added to the sulcate form but T.erectum has narrow petals.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Stephen Vella" <Stephen.Vella at rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au>
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Subject: Re: [Trillium-l] Sulcatum Diversity


> Hello Harold,
>
> Thanks for the picks! And interesting to see the diversity. I have a 
> yellow sulcatum that flowered for me for the first time; this was a creamy 
> yellow with red speckles.
>
> So what makes T sulcatum so different botanically to the other 
> pedicellates other than the petals being sulcate (boat shape). Can this be 
> seen to the naked eye?
>
> Cheers
>
> Stephen Vella
> BlueMounatins
> Australia z 8
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