A species whose inflorescence grows to 300mm.
Flowers in September (in the Southern Hemisphere).
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Lachenalia algoensis Schönland was first described in 1910 and is a coastal species. The inflorescence grows to about 300mm and flowers in September (in the…
Lachenalia glauca (W.F. Barker) G. D. Duncan Closely related to Lachenalia violacea, this is a very attractive species whose inflorescence can grow to 350mm. Flowers…
Lachenalia magentea G. D. Duncan This is a smaller species with the inflorescence only growing to about 150mm.
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