Albuca cooperii. (Hyacinthaceae). The plants can reach a height of 60cm. It prodices 2-3, slender leaveswhich are warty at the base. the flowers are nodding, yellow with green keels and about 15-25mm long. They appear in springtime. Sowing: Fill a pot with a moist, gritty, loam-based compost. Gently firm down and level the surface. Scatter your seeds over the surface, taking care not to sow them too thickly. Gently sprinkle a thin layer of vermiculite or fine grit over the seeds, covering the whole surface of the compost. Leave the pot in a greenhouse or on a warm windowsill, covered with a clear plastic bag to preserve soil moisture. Seedlings will develop within a few weeks. Remove the plastic bag and water when the compost becomes dry, but spray the surface with water regularly, to keep it moist. Locality: Worcester. Harvest: November 2018.