Albuca concordiana, a small geophytic perennial plant, is recognizable by its spirally twisted leaves. The narrow, wavy leaves are tipped with glandular hairs that give bursts of fragrance and freshness when touched. As a winter-growing and summer-dormant species, it bears bright yellow flowers with broad green keels during the cold days, and reaches 20 cm in height. Native to the winter rainfall regions of south-western Africa, it is ideally planted in late autumn in partial shade, in fairly light and well drained soil. The plant will certainly brighten up your indoor, whether it is in dormancy or blooming season, with its super rare, unique corkscrews arising from an underground bulb.
||1.5'' - 2.3'' (4 - 6cm)