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Haemanthus Albiflos squat. An evergreen specimen from South Africa, Albiflos produces a dense cluster of white flower heads from early April to late July, being dormant in summer. The leaves are an attractive broad leathery dark green. This variety prefers shade. The bulbs upper half lies above the ground and is bright green. The white flower heads are 30 - 50mm wide with bright yellow or orange anthers when ripe, then produce a bright orange or red berry with a musty odour. Grows a little shorter and fatter than its counterpart  to 15cm high.

Haemanthus Albiflos squat

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