Solved Isoplexis canariensis ?

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  1. polypody

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    As one can see this plant is growing in a flower box is about 18" high. It appears to be an Isoplexis canariensis but those I've seen growing in borders are much taller. Saying that perhaps being in a box like this restricts its roots hence the smaller size.
    Can anyone give a positive ID please?
     

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    pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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    Yes, no expert, but did grow it some years ago, looks like one to me.
     
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