Anomatheca laxa (Freesia laxa) Iridaceae Small bulbs produce many stems...
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Anomatheca laxa (Freesia laxa) Iridaceae
Small bulbs produce many stems of small flowers in scarlet trumpets stained dark red above a lancéolé fine foliage. A plant in a fairly rich soil sandy or trough on a gravel bed.
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|Sun Exposure||Sun, Partial Shade|
|Spacing by m²||9|
|Height by cm||30|
|Spreading by meter||0.2|
|Flowering date||May, Jun, Jul|
|Hardiness by degrees||-8|
|Use||Massif, Flowerpot, Rockery|
|Container by liter||0.9|