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Q.Flowering Papyrus

Anonymous added on March 5, 2014 | Answered

I seem to have a flowering papyrus, but the flower doesn’t look as if it belongs to the papyrus. The stem is long and fleshy, and at the end of it there are orange flowers coming into bloom. I followed the stem down to the base of the plant in the pot. Could it be some sort of hybrid with god knows what? It appears to be a bulb but how it got there is anyone’s guess. The papyrus came by bird mail. Thanks.

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Answered on March 5, 2014

Do you have a picture of this flowering bulb? If so, send it in and we can help to identify it for you.

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