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Re: What is this plant

Message from Nicola

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Joanne, a helpful follower on social media says that this is a Haemanthus albiflos also knows as the Paintbrush plant. You can see where it gets it's name. I hope this helps? Cheers, Nicola

  • Posted: Sat. 9th September 2017 17:33

Re: help identifying these plants

Message from Ben's Botanics

In forum: Identify a plant

It's a 'Blood Lily' or 'Shaving Brush Lily', Haemanthus sp. If it's white flowered then it's Haemanthus albiflos, but if it's red then it's one of the other species and will require more careful identification.

  • Posted: Sun. 27th October 2013 14:38

Re: Re: Re: What plant is this?

Message from Donna Williams

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Geeke, I posted a picture of my Haemanthus Albiflos on August 26. My Husband found out the name of my plant. when I saw yours I new it was the same. I have had it for years and this is the first time it has flowered. Only one Flower and it is now getting ready to die. You mentioned fruit? Could you tell me how often yours flowers and do you get more than one flower? Thank You, Donna Williams

  • Posted: Tue. 24th September 2013 04:44

Re: Help

Message from Donna Williams

In forum: Identify a plant

Incase anyone would like to know, my husband found out that this is called Haemanthus Albiflos also called the Shaving Brush Plant.

  • Posted: Tue. 24th September 2013 04:28

Re: What plant is this?

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

could it be Haemanthus albiflos, it is a bulb from South Africa.

  • Posted: Mon. 16th September 2013 15:37

Repotting a Precious Haemanthus Albiflos

Question from David

In forum: Haemanthus albiflos

I have a Haemanthus which was my father's - it has been in the same pot since 1985. I managed to grow another from one of it's seeds. The old plant is pot-bound and I wish to repot it safely.
Please could I have advice on what type of medium I should be putting the plants into to ensure they survive?
Thank you.
David H.

  • Posted: Wed. 10th July 2013 10:50