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New genus of the Alliaceae family

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New genus of the Alliaceae family
This new taxon belonging to the Alliaceae family was discovered in the Sekhukhuneland region, growing in seepage areas formed between sheets of ... more info

Prototulbaghia siebertii

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Prototulbaghia siebertii
The rootstock is a small 20-25 mm long, elongated shaped bulb which is winter dormant. In Spring 3-6 glossy 1 mm wide dark-green leaves emerge which ... more info

Tulbaghia

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Tulbaghia
Tulbaghia image showing named parts of the Inflorescence. COLLECTORS' REFERENCES: CGV - Prof. Canio Vosa. B&V - Burras and Vosa. CDR - Compton, Darcy ... more info

Tulbaghia alliacea

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Tulbaghia alliacea
THE MOST MISNAMED TULBAGHIA IN THE UK. I have seen countless plants listed as such, with claims that they are in flower in the Northern hemisphere ... more info

Tulbaghia Bob Brown

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Tulbaghia Bob Brown
Tulbaghia 'Bob Brown' NEW CULTIVAR NAME Registered 17/6/2008. With Bob Browns permission I have registered and named the plant synonymous with ... more info

Tulbaghia capensis Ref 1900

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Tulbaghia capensis Ref 1900
Tulbaghia capensis is winter growing, and summer dormant. These are seed grown from Silverhill Seeds, probably a year or so off flowering and named ... more info

Tulbaghia capensis ref1123

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Tulbaghia capensis ref1123
Green perianth segments with a darkish-brown fleshy corona which has deeply bisected lobes, and a wonderful spicy night scent. Best grown in a light ... more info

Tulbaghia capensis ref1904

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Tulbaghia capensis ref1904
The first to be described, and easily distinguished by its deeply lobed fleshy orange-brown corona with contrasting green segments which pale at the ... more info

Tulbaghia capensis ref1955

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Tulbaghia capensis ref1955
A collection from Napier. Just acquired. My thanks to Cameron McMaster.

Tulbaghia Cariad

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Tulbaghia Cariad
NEW CUTIVAR NAME (October 2008) Cariad is Welsh for sweetheart, an apt name for this new sweetly scented Tulbaghia which produces an abundant display ... more info


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