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Babiana angustifolia


Babiana angustifolia (Iridaceae). This bulb is normally found on damp clay flats. It flowers in late winter to early spring and has blue to violet flowers with black or red markings. Sowing: Seeds are sown in autumn, in deep pots, seed trays or raised seed beds, in the same medium recommended for adult corms. The seeds should be sown thinly to prevent overcrowding and the development of damping-off fungi, and kept moist by regular watering using a watering can fitted with a fine rose cap. Seedlings should remain undisturbed for two years. Locality: Piketberg. Harvest: November 2023


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