Albuca flaccida

Albuca flaccida was known for many years as Albuca canadensis which is now considered to be the correct name of another species with white flowers. Albuca flaccida has yellowish green, nodding flowers and is strongly and pleasantly perfumed. It flowers late winter and spring and is winter growing, summer dormant. This species produces copious seed which is easily dispersed by the wind, and has become naturalized in southwestern Australia. The first photo taken by Bob Rutemoeller and the second two photos from Paul Tyerman

Albuca flaccida, Bob RutemoellerAlbuca flaccida, Paul TyermanAlbuca flaccida, Paul Tyerman
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