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Posted by dries South Africa (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 5, 06 at 11:26

This is my first try to post a photo on this forum. It is a rather special yellow green throat grown from seed obtained from Nakamura in 2001. It flowered first time this year and I called it after my daughter Madeleine.
[IMG]http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k53/Dries_photo/Madeleine.jpg[/IMG]
Regards
Dries


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  • Posted by dries South Africa (My Page) on
    Thu, Oct 5, 06 at 11:29

Please ignore this post. I will try again


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RE: Photo

Dries, why ignore it? It's a beautiful flower. I love the coloring..Toni


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RE: Photo

  • Posted by claire z6b MA Coastal (My Page) on
    Thu, Oct 5, 06 at 20:59

Wow! This is my first time trying to post a photo. This is Dries' photo.

You need to type
img src=http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k53/Dries_photo/Madeleine.jpg

and surround it with < >

Claire


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  • Posted by dries South Africa (My Page) on
    Fri, Oct 6, 06 at 2:53

Thanks Claire!!
Regards
Dries


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RE: Schizostylus coccinea - kaffir lily

This is the first try posting any message here and I would like to not go back to a subject that I now realize is long gone by..... re: the word Kaffir (as in Kaffir Lily). I was born in Natal, So Africa and had wanted to join in the discussion since I have a feeling that I am the only black that would have participated in the discussion. As I said at the beginning, the subject is old and seemingly closed, thus will only say, "Hi everyone".


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Natalmum, I just realized what "Kaffir" refers to after a conversation with a S. African friend. Let's just agree t call it clivia and leave it at that, right? Some old names are best left for the books (wandering jew, etc.)


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