HABRANTHUS TUBISPATHUS VAR TEXENSIS
This is the Texas variation of its delightful yellow South American cousin and is larger in all of its parts. Flowers usually appear before the foliage appears in early summer and bloom intermittently into the autumn and this species will thrive on neglect in full sun with average rainfall.
Seeds may be sown at any time of the year onto a well-drained compost and covered about 5-10 mm deeply. Keep the pot moist at a temperature of between 18 and 22 degrees C in a well-lit position. Seeds should germinate within 2 to 6 weeks but may take much longer so do not discard the seed tray. Pot on small seedlings into 3 inch or 7cm pots until of a size suitable for final planting into a large pot or outside in warmer countries.
Common name:Texas Copper Lily, Texas Stagger Grass, Habranthus texanus
Classification:Half hardy bulb, Half hardy perennial
Packet Content:6 (Approx)