Author : Houtt.
Family : Hyacinthaceae
Habitat : South Africa
Massonia depressa low-growing is a low growing succulent geophyte to 5 cm with 2 flat leaves that are sometimes blotched with green or maroon. The green, white, yellowish or pinkish, almost petal-less flowers of this plant, develop at ground-level clustered between the leaves. There is a great variation in the wild between individuals and populations and Massonia depressa - as treated by various authors - may include different taxa. A recent paper by Wolfgang Wetschnig et al. Stapelia 97 (2012): 210–221 proposes relocating some forms of this species to Massonia pustulata.
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