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Family: HYACINTHACEAE 

 Schizobasis intricata
 
  
Author:  John Gilbert Baker 1874
Family:  Hyacinthaceae
Habitat:  Southern Africa, Etiopia, Zimbawbe, Zambia, Mozambique, Angola, Tanzania, Namibia 
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Medium
Thickness:  6 centimetres
Height:  50 centimetres
Flower:  White
Reproduction:  Seeds/Bulbs
Pop names:  -
Synonyms:  Schizobasis cuscutoides, Benth. & Hooker 1880. Schizobasis flagelliformis (Bak.) Baker 1877. Schizobasis macowanii Baker 1873. Also seen as Schizobatidopsis. Anthericum intricatum, Baker 1872
Got it from:  Zwijndrecht, The Nederlands
Year:  2003

The tiny flower.

The fruit. 

   This member of the Hyacinthaceae family was given this name by John Gilbert (several times) in 1874. It is from South Africa, where it grows in well-drained soil with some water and sun. The flowers are small and white, and it can be reproduced by dividing the bulbs as well.

IPNI and MoBot says: Liliaceae. Uni of Connecticut: Hyacinthaceae

The seeds