Manning & P. Goldblatt, 2004
||Sand - Mix
Medium - Maximum
crispum, Baker, 1870.
Dipcadi tortile R.A. Dyer.
Dipcadi crispum subsp. crispo-ciliatum Bley.
Dipcadi crispociliatum, Suess.
Dipcadi dinteri, Baker.
Dipcadi setosum, Baker.
Dipcadi tortile, R.A.Dyer.
Dipcadi undulatifolium, Schinz.
Dipcadi volutum, J.C.Manning & Goldblatt.
This little member of the
Hyacinthaceae family was given this name by John Charles Manning and
Peter Goldblatt in 2004. It is found in Namibia and South Africa,
growing in sand or other well drained soil with some water and some
to lots of sun. The bulb will grow to two and a half centimetre, the
single or few leaves to twelve centimetres. The flowers are brownish
genera name from Greek: ornithos; 'bird' and gala; 'milk'. The species
name means curly.
*)Accordantly to the latest taxonomic system; APG IV 2016, Hyacinthaceae
now part of