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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

Tulbaghia cernua CDR 199

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Tulbaghia cernua CDR 199
Vernacular names - Southern Sotho: Moe-lela. Xhosa: Ivimba 'Mpunzi'. KwaZulu: Si'kwa. ex. Elands Heights, Natal. Bulb with a 9 flowered nodding umbel ... more info

Tulbaghia cernua hybrid x

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Tulbaghia cernua hybrid x
To be verified. A pleasant change from the pink tones, this has the palest green perianth segments with a mustard-yellow corona that changes to ... more info

Tulbaghia cernua ref1954

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Tulbaghia cernua ref1954
Collection from Stutterheim East Cape. Just acquired. A gift from Cameron McMaster. Thank you Cameron. Made my day.

Tulbaghia coddii

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Tulbaghia coddii
Syn. T. poetica. [R.B. Burbidge. 1978] Endemic to the Northern Transvaal where it can be found growing in acid bogs or wet turf this relative of ... more info

Tulbaghia coddii x Ref 1685

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Tulbaghia coddii x Ref 1685
To be verified. Tufted clumps of narrow, silky to the touch, dark-green foliage and 8-10 flowered umbels composed of small flowers with pale-green ... more info

Tulbaghia coddii x violacea

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Tulbaghia coddii x violacea
10-12 flowered umbels of pinkish-violet with coronas of soft creamy yellow tipped peach. The day scented flowers are complimented with dark-green ... more info

Tulbaghia cominsii CGV 1568

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Tulbaghia cominsii CGV 1568
Described as recently as 1979 in: Vosa C., 1979 in Notes on Tulbaghia: 1. A new species from the Eastern Cape and a list of new localities. J.S. Afr. ... more info

Tulbaghia cominsii x violacea

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Tulbaghia cominsii x violacea
An extremely floriferous plant with dainty umbels of very pale pink flowers with a darker eye opening from lilac-pink buds. Complimented with fine ... more info

Tulbaghia cominsii x violacea Soft Pink

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Tulbaghia cominsii x violacea Soft Pink
Dave Fenwicks selection of a Dick Fulcher seedling which has relatively broad perianth segments of soft pink bleaching towards the edges, and a white ... more info


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