Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Ammocharis tinneana

Ammocharis tinneana is a Perennial herb, growing from a large underground bulb. Leaves in a basal rosette, invariably with a "cut-off" look, due to grazing by wildlife or cattle. Flowers in a large teminal umbel, pink to carmine.  tinneana: named after A. Tinné, who collected the type in the Sudan in 1873.  This species can be distinguished from the similar Ammocharis coranica by the more delicate and slender perianth lobes and the shorter flower stalks, which are normally half the length of the corolla tube. Ammocharis is a small genus from sub-Saharan Africa, in the Amaryllidaceae family subfamily ... Ammocharis

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