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P. radicatum | by Katya Kotskaya

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Ledebouria socialis (Scilla violacea) is probably the most popular bulb among succulent collections, its stunning spots on the leaves attracts one to take a second look. Cultivation of this species is easy. Pot 2/3 of the bulbs exposed above a well drained soil mix.Give the plants sunlight and never full sun. During the summer growing season, give the plants plenty of water and occasional fertilizer.

Ledebouria socialis (Scilla violacea) is probably the most popular bulb among succulent collections, its stunning spots on the leaves attracts one to take a second look. Cultivation of this species is easy. Pot 2/3 of the bulbs exposed above a well drained soil mix.Give the plants sunlight and never full sun. During the summer growing season, give the plants plenty of water and occasional fertilizer.

Dischidia numullaria

Dischidia numullaria

Hydnophytum moseleyanum, in a 6" orchid pot. Note the holes, which allow ants access to spaces in the caudex.

Hydnophytum moseleyanum, in a 6" orchid pot. Note the holes, which allow ants access to spaces in the caudex.

20140622_Haemanthus humilis ssp. hirstus

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Eucomis schijffii

Ledebouria marginata purple leaves

The leaves of Ledebouria marginata, sometimes called the common squill, may be purplish as seen here. This plant does not have leaf spots. The leaves of L. marginata clasp the base firmly. They are deciduous, growing anew every spring from the perennial bulb. The habitat is summer rainfall grassland north and south of the Vaal River. This plant was seen at the foot of the southern slope of the Magaliesberg near Hekpoort. The species used to be called Scilla marginata (Van Wyk and Malan…

Cyrtanthus falcatus, March 22, 2009 by amarguy, via Flickr (South Africa)

Cyrtanthus falcatus, March 22, 2009 by amarguy, via Flickr (South Africa)

Veltheimia bracteata. Veltheimia bracteata. One of my favorite So. African bulb.

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