This member of the Amaryllidaceae family was
described by Joseph Dalton
Hooker in 1871. It is found in Southern Africa, growing in
well-drained soil with some water and little sun. It is from the cooler
forest-areas, and it is a ever-green. The onion-like caudex will grow to
7 centimetres in diameter, the leaves reaches for 5 centimetre. The
flowers are white, and it takes two to tango.
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