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Succulents and Bulbs
... of the contents in his website "ALBINOPRI NO SHOKUBUTSUKAN" (= Albinopri's plant's house). "The Lachenalias Homepage" is created by Mr. Bulbil (nickname). He is very enthusiastic for collecting rare bulbs ...

Friendly Websites 1
... r i e n d ' s W e b s i t e s> "The Lachenalias Homepage" is created by Mr. Bulbil (nickname). He is very enthusiastic for collecting rare bulbs ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Plants in Bloom - JANUARY
... House, spectacular orchids are in peak bloom. Many other exotic plants, such as cannas and lachenalias, are also flowering in the Steinhardt concervatory. Conifers see larger photo Location: Plant Family Collection ...

Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Plants in Bloom - FEBRUARY
... in February. There you'll see a magical procession of South African bulbs—among them lachenalias, moraeas, and clivias—in the Helen Mattin Warm Temperate Pavilion. Orchids continue to bloom in ...
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Botanical Society of South Africa
... Poster Project Heritage Circle subs here Home Profile - Membership Members of the Bankenveld Branch purchasing Lachenalias on an outing to the Agricultural Research Council, Pretoria Besides the direct membership benefits one ...

Lachenalia List
... Lachenalia List Lachenalia SPECIES SOURCE Propagating Lachenalias from leaf cuttings Lachenalia algoensis UCI Arboretum Lachenalia aloides Dylan Hannon Michael Vassar Lachenalia aloides ...

Lachenalia minima
Lachenalia minima Lachenalia minima One of the smallest Lachenalias, this specimen is probably near the top end of the size range found. Most will be between a half and a third of the height of this plant. Ian Black
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Bulbs how what when and where to plant
... range of bulbs to choose from. For full sun, choose anemones, daffodils, Dutch iris, ixia, lachenalias, ranunculus, sparaxis and tritonia. For areas with some shade choose bluebells, daffodils, freesias, grape hyacinths ...

CSSA Newsletters #24
... . Further towards Vanrhynsdorp, we stopped for lunch alongside the road, with an abundance of lachenalias, members of the Hyacinthaceae, in flower. These are little bulbous plants, with beautiful flowers. ... we stopped along Studerpass for another excursion amongst the boulders. Here we spied more lachenalias, conopytums, anacampseros and Cotyledon orbiculata. We decided this would be a good spot for ...

Information about Cape Cowslip
... sites. L. aloides is the most common form with several varieties, most in bicolors. Other Lachenalias most often seen are L. pendula, with 1 1/2 inch long flowers in yellow ...

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