These could be D. burmannii, D. sessilifolia, or a hybrid of them... I'm honestly not sure, either way I have a few different variations of the above. A larger green one, a very small red one, and a medium sized green with lots of red. You will get one of them, they are all annuals that grow during the warmer months and seed prolifically. I have had them live for over a year when the climate is correct and flower many times in their life. BARE ROOT: Plant this carefully it's roots are very delicate but I've not had problems doing so.
Received a very happy plant with a flower stalk that's about ready to bloom. Even got a little surprise in there, a little baby burmannii! Thanks Andrew!!