Ixia dubia

Ixia dubia
Ixia dubia
Ixia dubia

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Botanical name: Ixia dubia

Ixia dubia, called the yellow kalossie, is a vibrant bulbous plant native to the Western Cape. Growing up to 60cm tall, it produces sword-shaped leaves and a captivating display of orange to yellow flowers with a dark center, blooming between October and December. It thrives in well-drained sandy soil and prefers full sun, making it perfect for sunny flower beds.

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Family: Iridaceae
Type: geophyte
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Flower colour: yellow
Flowering season: Spring
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