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    Lachenalia mathewsii W. F. Barker This species is named after Joseph William Mathews (1871-1949), first Curator of Kirstenbosch National Botanic Garden. He discovered this species…

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    Lachenalia splendida Diels As the name implies, this is a stunning Lachenalia. Inflorescences up to 350mm.

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    Lachenalia callista G. D. Duncan and T. J. Edwards One of the most beautiful Lachenalia. Its inflorescence grows to about 250mm. Flowers in September (in…

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    <i>Lachenalia mutabilis</i> Lodd. ex Sweet A spectacular species which is free flowering. Inflorescence grows to 450mm.

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    Lachenalia fistulosa Baker was first described in 1884. The inflorescence grows to about 300mm tall. It is sister to Lachenalia capensis.

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    Lachenalia suaveolens (W. F. Barker) G. D. Duncan Another striking South African species, its inflorescence grows to about 400mm.

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    Lachenalia contaminata Aiton First described in 1789 this species flowers in September (in the Southern Hemisphere).

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    Lachenalia vanzyliae (W. F. Barker) G. D. Duncan & T. J. Edwards The inflorescence grows to about 260mm tall. Flowers in September¬† (in Southern Hemisphere).…

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    <i>Lachenalia carnosa</i> Baker First discovered in 1837 and described in 1871.  

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    Lachenalia latimeriae W.F. Barker Is a species that’s flowers start pink and fade to white. It is a Lachenalia that provides a wonderful display in…

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    Lachenalia bachmannii Baker Another species first described in1892. The inflorescence may grow to 420mm tall. Flowers in September( in the Southern Hemisphere).

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