Trachymene

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Trachymene

Australian plant genus of the Apiaceae family; contains an unidentified toxin; thought to cause bowie (bentleg), a congenital limb deformity, and sudden death of sheep; includes T. cyanantha, T. glaucifolia, T. ochracea. Called also wild parsnip.
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CONTINUE to sow annuals such as Californian poppy, Didiscus, tassel flower and Cleome for flowering later this year.
Blue lace flower (Trachymene coerulea, Didiscus coeruleus).
DIDISCUS `Wedding Party' is a new variation on the half-hardy annual `lace flower'.