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Description: Only seen in their desiccated state by ourselves, when collecting the seed of these glorious large architectural perennials in the mountains of Andalucia southern Spain in the summer of 2014. Growing in close proximity to spiny cactus on a steep rocky hillside, indicating the growing conditions required to satisfy this plant. Where many of the wide mound forming plants had grown into tall single stemmed plants to 3m, green glaucous with few branches subtended by large inflated sheathes. With few linear leaves almost thread-like and large rounded terminal umbels of flat seed, which were the result of the yellow spring flowers. Easily grown in well drained fertile soils in good light, sometimes monocarpi
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Crûg Farm Plants, Griffith's Crossing, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1TU.
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