12 responses to “Thysanotus tuberosus”

  1. van

    Fantastic flower. Color and form.

  2. Sue


  3. Lynne

    Beautiful! Do the fringes have any known function?

  4. Beverley

    Thysanotus tuberosus – Z10 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths

  5. GreenConnectionNL

    Wowwwww…..what a beauty!!

  6. Debby

    Made me think of Gypsy Rose Lee–Vegas showgirls–Les Follies Bergère. Surprising what pops into one’s head when viewing Botany Photo of the Day!

  7. elizabeth a airhart

    the flower is open for only one day
    and is she not an o’keefe flower
    i do hope some kind of archive
    can be saved of past images
    as flowers and plants become
    in danger and not to be seen again
    i read in the papers and on line that the usa
    my home lost perhaps 32 million trees from
    katrina and rita and all this means in so many
    areas of our lives thank you

  8. elizabeth a airhart

    i need to correct the last comment
    tis 320 million trees in just mississippi
    and louisiana this may be released today
    journal of Science

  9. leeland

    I am in total envy and the color is out of this world.

  10. ingrid

    Stunning colour, my favourite! Thank you.

  11. fotrristi

    WOW! It’s gorgeous!! Never seen anything like it!!

  12. Mae

    Just to beautiful, and the color is fantastic.
    Thank you

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