"Homeria" from B & T World Seeds current Botanical name price lists
Botanical Synonym results for "Homeria":
"Homeria bifida" - Moraea bifida
"Homeria breyniana aff" - Moraea collina aff
"Homeria britteniae" - Moraea britteniae
"Homeria collina" - Moraea collina
"Homeria collina aff" - Moraea collina aff
"Homeria comptonii" - Moraea comptonii
"Homeria cookii" - Moraea cookii
"Homeria elegans" - Moraea elegans
"Homeria flaccida" - Moraea flaccida
"Homeria herrei" - Moraea herrei
"Homeria lilacina" - Moraea polyanthos darker form
"Homeria metelerkamiae" - Moraea elegans
"Homeria miniata" - Moraea miniata
"Homeria ochroleuca" - Moraea ochroleuca
"Homeria odorata / bifida aff" - Moraea odorata - bifida aff.
"Homeria pallida" - Moraea pallida
"Homeria pendula" - Moraea pendula
"Homeria schlechteri" - Moraea schlechteri
"Homeria sp" - Moraea sp. unident. salmon pink fl.
"Homeria sp 1 orange" - Moraea sp 1 orange
"Homeria sp 2 yellow, tall" - Moraea sp 2 yellow tall
"Homeria sp 3 yellow, long leaf" - Moraea sp 3 yellow long single leaf
"Homeria sp 4 tall yellow" - Moraea sp 4 tall yellow floriferous
"Homeria tricolor" - Moraea tricolor
"Homeria vallisbellii" - Moraea variabilis mix
including currently available Homeria, and Homeria for which we do not have a current source.
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