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A picture of a Zaluzianskya


Zaluzianskya spp.

Zaluzianskya affinis-PICT2782 by Amrum (CC BY-SA 2.5)

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Zaluzianskya Overview

More than 60 species belong to this South African genus of annuals, perennials and sub-shrubs. Many are night-scented and are pollinated by night-flying insects such as hawk moths. The genus is in the figwort family and has only recently been of horticultural interest with a number of hardy annuals in the genus now being grown for their attractive tubular flowers and evening scent.

Difficult Climate | Area Specific

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Slime Lilies

Albuca spp.

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