Plant Description

Albuca juncifolia

Albuca juncifolia

This diminutive South African bulb grows in a relatively shaded spot in my garden. It looks almost like a strange sort of striped, greenish-yellow daffodil or even a Fritillaria, nodding daintily above its grassy leaves. The flowers appear in August and September. It would look good in a pot, which could be placed in a prominent position when the bulbs are in flower, so their quaint form can be appreciated at close quarters.


Albuca juncifolia
Out now in my Sydney garden.
Flowers from August to September.
Plant Family: Asparagaceae

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