Albuca acuminata Baker is from the winter rainfall region of Namibia to the southern Cape east of Mossel Bay. It grows in deep sands and has nodding yellow to green flowers with green keels. It flowers in the spring. The plants below were grown and photographed by Paul Tyerman. These plants were purchased under the name A. flaccida but that species has white tepal tips instead of yellow. This is the best guess for what they are.
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