Galtonia

This group consists of three deciduous, perennial bulbs native to South Africa. They are suitable for growing in gardens and containers and their flowers will last more than a week when cut. Summer or Cape Hyacinths (their common names) produce fleshy, strap-like leaves up to 3 feet tall. In the summer, 2- to 4-foot flower spikes rise from the
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Galtonia

[archosaur] Galtonia is the name given to a genus of pseudosuchian from the Late Triassic. Its fossils were found in Pennsylvania and were originally described by Edward Drinker Cope in 1878. The type species, Galtonia gibbidens, was originally classified as Thecodontosaurus gibbidens, but was moved to a new genus by Hunt and Lucas in 1994.
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Galtonia

Galtonia is genus of plants in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Scilloideae; native to South Africa they are named after Sir Francis Galton. G. candicans, also known as Cape Hyacinth, is much propagated as a garden plant. Another species is the pale green flowering G. viridiflora. ...
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Galtonia

Galtonia is a genus of South African hardy liliaceous plants. They have lanceolate leaves, drooping racemes of waxy white flowers, and a fragrant scent.
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