Judy
corcyrensis

This is now considered to be reginae-olgae subsp reginae-olgae, but I retain the “old” name as my stock originated from a collection made by the late Ole Sonderhousen in Sicily; a more slender plant, both in leaves and flower shape than the “average” reginae-olgae and always flowers with the leaves; inner markings variable

 

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