Babiana

Rare Baboon Root Species are edible, wild flowers. The corms were once eaten by Colonists in the western Cape of South Africa. Today, the baboons still eat them, if they can find them. They have become rare plants due to the vast areas that have been cultivated for modern food crops; and also industrial developments.
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Babiana curviscapa in nature

Babiana curviscapa in nature

Babiana fourcadei - Baboon Roots

Babiana fourcadei - Baboon Roots

Rare Baboon Root - Babiana crispa - a species with curled leaves - YouTube

Rare Baboon Root - Babiana crispa - a species with curled leaves - YouTube

Babiana thunbergii and Babiana ringens COMPARISON

Babiana thunbergii and Babiana ringens COMPARISON

Babiana rubrocyanea

Babiana rubrocyanea

Babiana minuta - Baboon Roots

Babiana minuta - Baboon Roots

Valentine Flower -- Babiana tubiflora has hearts on its petals

Valentine Flower -- Babiana tubiflora has hearts on its petals

Rare Botanical Species - Babiana mucronata

Rare Botanical Species - Babiana mucronata

Babiana patersoniae in nature

Babiana patersoniae in nature

Babiana purpurea - Baboon Root species

Babiana purpurea - Baboon Root species


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