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A special bulbous plant native of South Africa that has 2 prostrate succulent leaves and flowers which resemble paint brushes. Commonly called pig’s ears because of its rounded succulent leaves, the creamy white flowers appear from the centre of these 2 leaves.. Well drained sandy soil is necessary and they do best in a container. These bulbs flower in the winter months and have a dormant resting period in summer. This special bulb is just coming into seasonal growth

20 seeds per packet


3 in stock

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