This cultivar has been in wide distribution for many years, but its exact attribution is a bit unclear. Phinaea multiflora is one of two species within the genus, the other being Phinaea albolineata. The latter has silvery veins, as suggested by the name, and it’s possible ‘Tracery’ is that species.
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- Another plant from the same grower appears to be of the base species.
- A photo of a show plant suggests that the silver veining may not always be as prominent.