Haemanthus nelsonii

Botanical name

Haemanthus nelsonii

Other names

 

Family

Amaryllidacea

Dimensions

A low-growing, perennial bulbous plant

Description of Stem

Absent, leaves flat on the ground

Description of Leaves

Two broad flat, hairy leaves characteristically spreading on the ground in shady spots among rocks and bushes

Description of flowers

Umbel of multiple small, pink, lily-like flowers emanate from stalks from the end of a sturdy single flower stem

Description of seed/fruit

 

Description of roots

 

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Propagation and Cultivation

 

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Uses

 

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Pests and Diseases

 

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Location

 

Distribution

Gauteng, Free State

Country

South Africa

 

Written by Ivan Latti
Created: Monday, 05 November 2007 07:32
Last Updated: Thursday, 07 June 2012 04:32
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