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Tulbaghia Cosmic

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Tulbaghia Cosmic

Tulbaghia Cosmic

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Tulbaghia Cosmic
Our own introduction which we found as a rogue seedling amongst a pot of Tulbaghia violacea while rummaging around at Bob Browns nursery. We named ... more info

Tulbaghia dregeana

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Tulbaghia dregeana
Found growing in stony soils, Tulbaghia dregeana is a very distinct species with short fleshy creamy-yellow corona and even shorter green perianth ... more info

Tulbaghia Fairy Snow

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Tulbaghia Fairy Snow
Named in 2007, this pretty new cultivar is a selection from a cross between Tulbaghia cominsii x violacea made by Sarah and Julian Sutton. Sarah says ... more info

Tulbaghia Fairy Star

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Tulbaghia Fairy Star
Exactly as T. cominsii x violacea, but in the form we have the pale-pink perianth segments are slightly more slender and elongated. But you'd need a ... more info

Tulbaghia Faye NEW CULTIVAR NAME

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Tulbaghia Faye NEW CULTIVAR NAME
Plant NameTulbaghia 'Faye' NEW CUTIVAR NAME My ref1949 Obtained From Seed batch. Date2009 SynonymsNone Species Interspecific hybrids HybridsYes ... more info

Tulbaghia Faye NEW CULTIVAR NAME

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Tulbaghia Faye NEW CULTIVAR NAME
Held above relatively fine glaucous green foliage which is suffused purple-brown at the base, the small umbel measuring approximately 3.5 cm across ... more info

Tulbaghia galpinii

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Tulbaghia galpinii
Endemic of a very restricted area of the Eastern Cape this is a diminutive self fertile Tulbaghia species with creamy-yellow perianth segments ... more info

Tulbaghia galpinii dark pink form ref 1760

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Tulbaghia galpinii dark pink form ref 1760
Description as above but with much darker pink colouring.

Tulbaghia Hazel

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Tulbaghia Hazel


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