Brunsvigia orientalis

Commonly known as candelabra flower or sore-eye flower, the common name was first noted in about 1750 and apparently if you stared long enough at the flower you got sore eyes. A more likely explanation is that pollen in the eyes would account for the irritation. Birds, including sunbirds, are the chief pollinators. 

Brunsvigia orientalis

  • 40 x 40cm Limited Edition 

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