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Freesia refracta


Freesia refracta. (Iridaceae). It is a herbaceous plants which grow from a corm 1–2.5cm diameter, which sends up a tuft of narrow, strap-like leaves 10–30cm long and a sparsely branched stem 10–40cm tall bearing a few leaves and a loose one-sided spike of flowers with six tepals. They have fragrant narrowly funnel-shaped flowers that bloom facing upwards because their stems have the unusual habit of turning at right angles just below the bottom flower. Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn in a well drained medium. Locality: Worcester. Harvest: January 2024


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