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Conanthera campanulata

Conanthera campanulata is a bulbous perennial. It is native to Chile. It is part of the Tecophilaeaceae family of plants. The flowers grow on branched panicle. They are violet and bell-shaped. They have six petals. Conanthera campanulata flowers in the summer. It grows to about 40cm or 16in tall.

Conanthera campanulata
Conanthera campanulata at Kew Gardens, London, UK

How to grow Conanthera campanulata:

Grow Conanthera campanulata in the sun. Shelter from strong wind, rain, or frost. Plant it in sandy, loamy, well-drained soil. Water it well during growth season. And keep it dryer during the dormant season. Propagate by seed or offsets.

Conanthera campanulata
Conanthera campanulata

Other synonyms for Conanthera campanulata include:

Conanthera alba
Cummingia campanulata
Conanthera sabulosa
Conanthera simsii
Conanthera tenella
Conanthera variegata
Cummingia tenella

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