Albuca hallii

Albuca hallii U. Müller-Doblies is native from the winter rainfall area in Namibia through the Hantamsberge to South of Calvinia. It is similar to Albuca spiralis. Plants are 10-15 cm tall, leaves are few, silvery glacous, corkscrewed only on the upper half of the leaves. In habitat flowers are formed March-May (autumn). Flowers are glaucous but not yellow-green found in other species. This species often produces a scape without leaves.

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