This majestic plant with its yellow flowers does well in sun and semi-shade but must be kept on the dry side. Interplant with small grasses.
Albuca nelsonii is quite a majestic plant for a rockery, even when not in flower. The white and green flowers also last very long. It blendfs very well with grasses.
Although quite small, the white flowers are a welcome site on a rockery, especially if interplanted with small grasses.
A worthwhile garden subject for sun or semi-shade. Plant in a grassland garden amongst small grasses where the bell-like nodding yellow flowers appear above the grass.
Ammocharis coranica is a beautiful bulb that prefers a sunny position and well drained soil. Treat it as a succulent. It is very slow-growing.
A very unusual plant for a damp spot. It is very happy amongst grasses.
The sweetly scented flowers of Babiana bainsei are borne almost at ground level and together with the pleated leaves make for an unusual display.
Boophane disticha is a very hardy, deciduous plant with a huge bulb above ground. The large red flower head appears in early spring before the leaves. It is very slow-growing.
The Giant Candelabra is really a “must see” in the wild. The inflorescence can easily reach one metre with a diameter of 80cm.
To spot one of these in flower in a wetland, is a sight you will never forget.