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Veltheimia bracteata PlantZAfrica - SANBI

Veltheimia bracteata is a winter-growing deciduous bulbous plant, the leaves dying back in summer, and the new leaves appearing in late-summer to autumn, after a short period of dormancy. In frost-free regions that have rainfall throughout the year, Veltheimia bracteata is almost evergreen.

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Veltheimia bracteata - Wikipedia

Veltheimia bracteata is a bulbous plant with glossy leaves. The flower stems arise from a rosette of basal leaves and blossom in an inflorescence arrangement which is typically surrounded by dense spikes. Plants are pollinated by birds. A fleshy seed is then produced at the end of August.

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Veltheimia bracteata – PLANTBOOK

2022-7-13  This beautiful bulbous plant bears attractive glossy, deep-green leaves with wavy edges. It produces a spike of tubular salmon-pink to scarlet flowers that last for about a month. The flowers resemble those of an aloe. The leaves die back in midsummer. After a short period of dormancy (2-3 weeks), a new set of foliage appears.

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Veltheimia bracteata

Description: The forest lily flowers ( Veltheimia bracteata) is a perennial bulbous plants forming clumps of shiny, dark-green, broad and wavy-edged leaves. The inflorescence is a dense raceme up to 45 cm tall of tubular, drooping flowers that appear in early spring.

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Veltheimia capensis PlantZAfrica

Veltheimia capensis is a deciduous, winter-growing geophyte adapted to cool, moist winters, and hot, dry summers. A new rosette of leaves emerges in early autumn, often together with the developing flower head. Rapid leaf growth takes place in autumn and early winter, and flowering ensues from mid-autumn to mid-winter.

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Veltheimia bracteata yellow flowers - Operation Wildflower

2022-6-26  The yellow flowering form of Veltheimia bracteata is commonly called the sand lily or in Afrikaans sand-ui (sand onion). The flowers have a faint greenish tinge. The glossy leaves form a ground-level rosette, here growing in nearly full shade in a Western Cape garden. The plant is winter growing, the leaves dying back to some extent depending on conditions. The habitat is

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Veltheimia bracteata - Operation Wildflower

2022-7-13  Veltheimia bracteata or forest lily is a bulbous plant that produces a dense raceme of tubular flowers in mid-winter or spring. The flower colour varies among pink hues, as well as an occasional greenish-yellow form. A revision of the genus has seen V. undulata and V. viridiflora disappear into V. bracteata (plantzafrica).

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Veltheimia bracteata PlantZAfrica

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Veltheimia bracteata, pink. Bulbous plants, Plants,

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Veltheimia bracteata - The Ruth Bancroft

The flower stalk of Veltheimia bracteata rises to a height of up to 2 feet (.6 m), topped with a dense cluster of slightly curved tubular flowers. Each flower is 1 to 1½ inches long (25 – 38 mm). The buds are initially upright, then arching

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Veltheimia bracteata yellow flowers - Operation

2022-6-26  The yellow flowering form of Veltheimia bracteata is commonly called the sand lily or in Afrikaans sand-ui (sand onion). The flowers have a faint greenish tinge. The glossy leaves form a ground-level rosette, here growing in

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Veltheimia bracteata – Yellow Form – Telos Rare

Veltheimia bracteata – Yellow Form. $ 10.00. Stunningly beautiful spires of lemon yellow distinguish this rare form of V. bracteata. - +. Add to cart. SKU: 9720 Categories: South Africa, Veltheimia. Description. There are only two or three

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Veltheimia bracteata - Operation Wildflower

2022-7-13  Veltheimia bracteata or forest lily is a bulbous plant that produces a dense raceme of tubular flowers in mid-winter or spring. The flower colour varies among pink hues, as well as an occasional greenish-yellow form. A revision of the genus has seen V. undulata and V. viridiflora disappear into V. bracteata (plantzafrica).

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Veltheimia bracteata PlantZAfrica

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Veltheimia bracteata PlantZAfrica

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Veltheimia bracteata forest lily Bulbs/RHS Gardening

Cultivation. Best container grown in a loam-based compost with added sharp sand and in full sun. Grow under glass but can be placed outside in warm weather. Re-pot only when congested to avoid root disturbance; plant in autumn with neck of bulb just above soil surface.

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Veltheimia bracteata - Boslelie, Sandlelie,

2022-3-31  Veltheimia bracteata - Boslelie, Sandlelie, Sandui, Forest lily, Winter red hot poker : Stellenbosch University Botanical Garden, South Africa. ... Links: iSpot • SANBI PlantZAfrica. Locations. 1: Beds at plant sales (Plant SALES) •

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Pink Veltheimia A new addition to the garden. Veltheimia

2011-8-20  A new addition to the garden. Veltheimia bracteata (forest lily or Afr. sandui) is a beautiful deciduous bulb, with a moderate to fast growth rate. The inflorescence is a dense raceme of tubular flowers carried on a long stalk, reaching a height of up to 600 mm. The colour of the flowers is variable, and could be pale pink, dusky pink, orange-pink or deep rose pink, and

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Clivia caulescens PlantZAfrica

This species grows into a large plant with the stem up to a height of 0.5-2.0 m and 30-40 mm in diameter. In time, the lower portion of the stem becomes leafless, only the leaf scars remaining. The leaves are dark green, 400-900 x 50 mm. The inflorescence consists of 15-20 orange to cream-coloured, pendulous flowers.

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Veltheimia bracteata yellow flowers - Operation

2022-6-26  The yellow flowering form of Veltheimia bracteata is commonly called the sand lily or in Afrikaans sand-ui (sand onion). The flowers have a faint greenish tinge. The glossy leaves form a ground-level rosette, here growing in

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Veltheimia bracteata - Operation Wildflower

2022-7-13  Veltheimia bracteata or forest lily is a bulbous plant that produces a dense raceme of tubular flowers in mid-winter or spring. The flower colour varies among pink hues, as well as an occasional greenish-yellow form. A revision of the genus has seen V. undulata and V. viridiflora disappear into V. bracteata (plantzafrica).

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Veltheimia bracteata forest lily Bulbs/RHS Gardening

Cultivation. Best container grown in a loam-based compost with added sharp sand and in full sun. Grow under glass but can be placed outside in warm weather. Re-pot only when congested to avoid root disturbance; plant in autumn with neck of bulb just above soil surface.

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Veltheimia bracteata PlantZAfrica

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Veltheimia bracteata PlantZAfrica

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Veltheimia bracteata

2022-3-24  Veltheimia bracteata or forest lily is a bulbous plant that produces a dense raceme of tubular flowers in mid-winter or spring. The flower colour varies among pink hues, as well as an occasional greenish-yellow form. A revision of the genus has seen V. undulata and V. viridiflora disappear into V. bracteata (plantzafrica).

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Veltheimia bracteata PlantZAfrica

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Veltheimia bracteata - Boslelie, Sandlelie,

2022-3-31  Veltheimia bracteata - Boslelie, Sandlelie, Sandui, Forest lily, Winter red hot poker : Stellenbosch University Botanical Garden, South Africa. ... Links: iSpot • SANBI PlantZAfrica. Locations. 1: Beds at plant sales (Plant SALES) •

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Clivia caulescens PlantZAfrica

This species grows into a large plant with the stem up to a height of 0.5-2.0 m and 30-40 mm in diameter. In time, the lower portion of the stem becomes leafless, only the leaf scars remaining. The leaves are dark green, 400-900 x 50 mm. The inflorescence consists of 15-20 orange to cream-coloured, pendulous flowers.

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Clivia nobilis - PlantZAfrica

2020-11-17  This evergreen, long lived plant produces an inflorescence containing between 40 - 60 pendulous flowers ranging from orange-green to red in colour. It flowers between late autumn and spring. Flowers are followed by clusters of bright red berries the size of a marbles which take a year to ripen. The seed is round and about 6mm in diameter.

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