Massonia pustulata (Blistered Massonia) is a small bulbous perennial with two horizontal opposite leaves and virtually stalkless, white…
Massonia is a genus of bulbous perennials in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Scilloideae. It is native to southern Africa. The genus name was attributed to Carl Peter Thunberg by Maarten Houttuyn in 1780. It honours the Scottish botanist and gardener Francis Masson.
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Massonia pygmaea is a very dainty little miniature Massonia. Each bulb produces a pair of unusual, warty leaves with a spattering of long hairs…