I have this D. filliformis, but don’t have its variety or subspecies name. Please help me to have a more accurate identification.
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ChefDean wrote:It could be a type of Filiformis var Floridana considering your location, but the flower looks like a typical filiformis filiformis.I think it’s not older than one year, so that I can’t tell about dormancy.
Does it enter dormancy or keep going all year long?
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