Albuca cooperi


Quick Characteristics:

Flower Colors: yellow, green
 

Albuca cooperi is found on stony, mostly sandy slopes, coastal dunes, and flats over a broad distribution: (Namaqualand, western Karoo, Cape Peninsula to the southeastern Cape). Plants grow to 50 cm. The two to three leaves are narrow, linear, channeled, clasping and warty basally. Flowers are nodding, sweetly scented, yellow with green keels. Flowering is from September to January, probably depending on the location. First photo taken by Cameron McMaster September 2011 near Nieuwoudtville. The next two photos taken near Stanford by Christopher Whitehouse. The last photo from the book Plants of the Klein Karoo courtesy of Jan and Anne Lise Schutte-Vlok.

Albuca cooperi, Nieuwoudtville, Cameron McMasterAlbuca cooperi, Christopher WhitehouseAlbuca cooperi, Christopher WhitehouseAlbuca cooperi, Jan and Anne Lise Schutte-Vlok

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