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Candelabra Flower

Brunsvigia spp.

Also known as

Kandelaarblom, Maartblom (Afr.), Maartblom

Brunsvigia josephinae 1 by Stan Shebs (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Full Sun
Moderate watering

Expected size





    • spring
    • summer
    • autumn
    • winter

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    Brunsvigia marginata.Photo Colin Paterson-Jones

    Candelabra Flower Overview

    The genus Brunsvigia contains roughly 18 deciduous bulbous species from Africa that produce large, showy heads of funnel-shaped pink-red flowers in autumn. They tend to be dormant in summer months, conducting the majority of their growth over winter.

    Common problems with Candelabra Flower

    How to propagate Candelabra Flower


    Seed in autumn.

    Other uses of Candelabra Flower

    Grown for its showy flowers.

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