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Climbing Sea Onion (Bowiea)

Climbing Sea Onion (Bowiea)

$13.95

Contains: 2 large bulbs

Botanical Name: Bowiea volubilis syn. Schizobasopsis volubilis

Exposure: Moderate shade

Hardiness: Zones 10-11



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