Ferraria

Irises are well known to the West and the East. Did you know the South also has a rare species, naturally occurring, that has a remarkable resemblance to the formers' irises? Ferraria, commonly known as 'spider iris', is an odoriferous brown/green flower, sometimes blue; with its main pollinator being flies - perhaps thinking its rotting flesh.
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Ferraria uncinata - YouTube

Ferraria uncinata - YouTube

Special African Bulbs -- Catalogue -- Starfish Iris Ferraria

Special African Bulbs -- Catalogue -- Starfish Iris Ferraria

Smelly and Stinky Flowers - Ferraria crispa (Black Flag)

Ferraria crispa is a large species, much like F. foliosa - the flowers are also comparable in size. They are odoriferous. Foliosa, however, tends to have blue l

Ferraria crispa for sale - YouTube

Ferraria crispa for sale - YouTube


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