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399. Brunsvigia multiflora, near Queenstown, South Africa

399. Brunsvigia multiflora, near Queenstown, South Africa


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Filename: MN_399-004440LA090603_00125.jpg

Size: 8532 x 5748 (31.7MB)

Date: 3rd May 2011

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399. Brunsvigia multiflora, near Queenstown, South Africa

This Amaryllid is remarkable for its large bulb and inflorescence, the latter appearing each season after the leaves have decayed and disappeared. Plants of it are scattered over the plain behind in company with the Thorn Tree, Acacica horrida, Willd

Media ID 4992700

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Artist Flower Leaves Marianne North Painting South Africa


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