Growing from a tuft of evergreen foliage, the show comes in the form of spires of airy blue stars. Asyneumas are closely related to Phyteumas; this is the first species I'm growing, so I'll have to check out the resemblance for myself - if I can keep my two seedlings alive long enough, that is. They have a reputation of finnickiness.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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- Seed from NARGS '10/'11 exchange. Baggy 70F (100%G, 5-7d)
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March 26, 2011