Enjoy your plants!
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Sorry about the blurriness of these photos,but the closeup lens wasn't readily available. This is a plant which isn't readily available: Ornithogalum concordianum (syn.: Albuca concordiana, Albuca concordianum). We've had these little cliff-growing jewels for quite a while and for us, they're rather slow growing. But of course, the are small growing anyway. It's very similar to Albuca spiralis, but the flower color is different. It grows on stony flats from southern Namibia through the northwest Cape to the Karoo and the southeast Cape in South Africa.