Ledebouria petiolata

Ledebouria petiolata
Ledebouria petiolata
Ledebouria petiolata

Common names: leopard lily (English). 
Botanical name: Ledebouria petiolata

Ledebouria petiolata, also known as leopard lily or small snake lily, is a robust bulbous plant that is easy to grow and tolerant of neglect. It has strikingly spotted leaves and produces small, scented white flowers in late winter or early spring. It does well as a container plant, ground cover, filler, and in shady rock gardens. It prefers a shady or semi-shaded area, but can be grown in a spot receiving morning sun.

Uses & Benefits: indoor, medicine, pot plant

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Family: Hyacinthaceae
Type: geophyte
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