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Hypoxis rigidula flower leaves

Hypoxis rigidula

Silver-leaved Star Flower (english)
inkomfe (zulu)
moli-teane (sesotho)

Taxonomy:

Family HYPOXIDACEAE
Genus Hypoxis
Specie rigidula
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Basionym Hypoxis rigidula

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Description:

Hypoxis rigidula is a  hardy, deciduous tuberous plant has attractive, graceful slightly twisted grey green, hairy leaves.

The spikes of beautiful, golden star-shaped flowers are borne from August. to March.

They attract insects to the garden and in the wild are utilised by many different creatures. It requires well-drained soil.

It is an attractive garden plant for grassland gardens and in containers.

Amongst its many traditional uses is that the leaves can be woven into a strong rope.

Size Up to 90cm

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Distribution:

Limpopo, North West, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal,  Free State, Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, Western  Cape

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