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A picture of a Drimiopsis


Drimiopsis spp.

Giant Squill (Drimiopsis kirkii) by Mokkie (CC BY-SA 3.0)


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Drimiopsis Overview

This genus has around 14 deciduous, bulbous perennials, they produce interesting foliage with attractive speckled patterning and tend to grow in clumps. Foliage is oval in shape and may be thin or fleshy and covered in fine hairs. Flowers are small, produced in clusters on erect stems, most often cream-white in colour, with curving petals. Other flower colours are green or pink-purple, these are seen less often.


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