U. roeoesliana and U. peltata. The roeosliana has the darker larger flowers.
All of you, thank you for sharing your great photos. It's a beautiful plant.
I have the best luck here in Phoenix with Uncarina roeoesliana. It probably depends on where you live as to how easy they are.
Updates on my Uncarinas. I got a bloom on my U. grandidieri for the first time. Its a pretty big plant, around 24inches tall and needs a lot of water this time of year. I think MG helped too. Sorry the pictures aren't too good but I have trouble getting good yellow flower pictures.
I also have a seed pod developing (kind of interesting) on what I thought was a U. pelota (see above) but I am not too sure since I am finding pictures of their flowers as having maroon throats, the same as what I thought was the U. grandidieri. So it isn't as clear to me as I once thought.
Wow, Helen, I love the seed pod. I've only seen in photos; never had one myself!
Me too Nancy. I will try and get pictures when and if it changes and matures.
Somewhere I seem to remember that those seed pods are treacherous. Be careful!
Cute little opossum. I hope you let him go about his business.
The leaves on that plant look more like an Operculicarya decaryi although the trunk looks too smooth. Possibly an O. borealis