Drimiopsis maculate, African Hosta
The flower stalk rises 6 to 12 inches above the foliage bearing a tight cluster of small bright white flower buds that open and turn to a pale green. Plant in light shade, in a well-draining soil and irrigate moderately. Will multiply in the garden to form clumps that should be divided every few years. It does best in full sun with frequent deep watering and is hardy to about 20-25 ° F. Flowers are very attractive to butterflies. The attractive fruits and the foliage have sapiens that are poisonous to humans. The African Hosta is a succulent from Natal Africa. This plant has green leaves with purple spots. The African Hosta is heat and drought resistant but grows best in deep shade. This plant has white flowers that come from the center of the plant bulb. Flower is white and 6-8 inches in height.
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