- Flower nameLachenalia namaquensis
- Scientific nameLachenalia namaquensis
- Place of originSouth Africa, Cape
- Place of floweringGarden, Greenhouse, Botanical Gardens, Horticultural species, Potted flower, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, December
What is Lachenalia namaquensis
Lachenalia namaquensis (scientific name: Lachenalia namaquensis) is a bulbous plant native to South Africa and belongs to the family Asparagaceae. The genus name "Lachenalia" is dedicated to the Swiss botanist "Werner de Lachenal". The species name "namaquensis" refers to the native "Namaqualand".
Other members of the same genus include Lachenalia mathewsii (scientific name: Lachenalia mathewsii).
Many of the plants native to South Africa can be found in the feature South African Flowers.
Generic name: Lachenalia namaquensis, scientific name: Lachenalia namaquensis, also known as Lachenalia namaquensis, origin in South Africa, plant height: 10-40 cm, flower color:pink, inflorescence: spike, Flower diameter: 0.7-1 cm, Flower shape: bell-shaped, number of inner flower pieces: 3, number of outer flower pieces: 3, Flowering period: December-April, Use:garden,pot.