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Day of Pink

What is the Day of Pink?

April 11, 2018 marks the International Day of Pink. It is a day where communities across the country, and across the world, can unite in celebrating diversity and raising awareness to stop homophobia, transphobia, transmisogyny, and all forms of bullying.


Bulbous Plants

Agapanthus inapertus - Drooping Agapanthus (Flowers in Jan to Mar)
Albuca nelsonii - Candelabrum Lily (Flowers in Sep to Dec)
Albuca tortulosa - (Flowers in Oct)
Ammocharis coranica - Ground Lily (Flowers in Oct to Jan))
Aristea ecklonii - Blue Stars (Flowers in Oct to Dec)
Boophane disticha – Tumbleweed (Flowers in Jul to Oct)
Bulbiine abyssinian - Golden Stars (Flowers in Spring)
Bulbine frutescens - Stalked Bulbine (Flowers in Sept to Jun)
Bulbine natalensis – Broad Leaved Bulbine (Flowers in Spring)


Frost hardy bulbs

Agapanthus inapertus – Drooping Agapanthus Crinum bulbispermum – Orange-River Lily (pink) Crocosmia aurea – Falling stars - orange Dierama sp – Harebell (pink and white) Dietes sp –Wild Iris – (white or yellow) Drimiopsis maculate (green) Eucomis autumnalis - Pineapple Flower (green) Galtonia candicans – Berg Lily – (white) Gladiolus dalenii and others Haemanthus humilis – Dappled Snowbush – (white) Hypoxis hemerocallidea – African Potato (Yellow) Hesperantha coccinea – Scarlet River Lily Kniphofia sp – Red Hot Pokers (orange) Nerine sp - mainly pinks


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