Albuca 'Augrabies Hills'

Nhu Nguyen
Sat, 24 Mar 2012 10:41:43 PDT
Wow Pam! That's a fantastic specimen. It is also a plant that can be found
in many cactus and succulent nurseries around here (and I suspect elsewhere
as well). Mine bloomed once this autumn and are starting to bloom again.
It's a real tough plant. Do you grow yours in full sun?

Berkeley, CA

On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 9:58 AM, Pamela Slate <> wrote:

> Dear PBSers:
> David Pilling has kindly added wiki photos of my plant known widely in the
> Tucson nursery trade as Albuca 'Augrabies Hills'.  It has flowered a full
> two weeks before it did a year ago, due no doubt to our milder winter.  The
> flowers never fully open, are erect, corymbose and number 1-6 per stem.

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