Haemanthus deformis


Haemanthus deformis is a lovely much shorter evergreen bulbous plant similar to Haemanthus albiflos and was introduced to cultivation in 1869. The short broad, succulent leaves spreading or lying flat on the ground and the dense brush of white flowers borne atop a short hairy stalk make Haemanthus deformis one of South Africa's most strange bulbous plants. The mature plant reaches only 8-12 cm high in flower. The name "deformis" simply refers to the unusual occurrence of leaves and flowers together.

Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included