One rather large B. liniflora B. liniflora by hawken.carlton, on Flickr And it's begun its flowering streak. At least 2 others are following B. liniflora by hawken.carlton, on Flickr The B. rorida have slowly continued growing up, but the leaves aren't getting any longer. I'll have to see if that's normal... Meanwhile, the B. guehoi are gaining size rapidly B. guehoi by hawken.carlton, on Flickr
My largest B. rorida decided to try and make a flower. Unfortunately, this is as far as it got before the stupid mouse we had chewed off the bud..... B. rorida Lake Campion by hawken.carlton, on Flickr
Note, I said the mouse we "had." He is no longer extant
As there are no other guehoi plants flowering yet, I have crossed this flower with two of the liniflora flowers, and done the same in reverse. Hopefully they succeed. More flowers are arising from this same plant as well, hopefully the second big guy will follow suit.
The two big guehoi flowered, and seeds are forming on the first one. The other did not take, as the tip had issues, however it is now branching. The first clone is on the right, new one is on the left; interestingly the newer flowering clone has fewer ruffles on the petals. B. guehoi Kimberleys by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr