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tritonia

(traɪˈtəʊnɪə)
n
(Plants) any plant of the perennial cormous S African genus Tritonia, with typically scarlet or orange flowers: family Iridaceae
[New Latin, from Greek Tritōn Triton1]
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In mild climates (zones 9, 14-17), plant crocuses, daffodils, Dutch irises, freesias, homeria, hyacinths, ixias, Leucojum aestivum, scillas, sparaxis, tritonias, tulips, and watsonias.
To add to all the rich colours at the end of the season, plant Tritonias, angel's fishing rods (Dierama pendulum and D.
You may find other uncommon forms of the bulbs shown--coral watsonias, yellow homerias or ixias, pastel tritonias.
Gladiolus and outside freesias grown in bold groups are perfect, as are the lesser-known South African plants, Watsonias and Tritonias.