candicans

can·di·cans

(kan'di-kanz),
One of the corpora albicantia.
[L. candico, pres. p. -ans, to be whitish]
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More subdued for planting in April is the white-flowered Galtonia candicans.
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Don Astringent, used in toothache and ex Sweet applied externally to eyes Heracleum candicans Wall.
There is also a summer hyacinth, Galtonia candicans, which grows to 3ft (90cm) and makes big clumps of strap-like leaves, producing white, bell-shaped flowers in summer.
Hyacinths are generally known as highly scented spring bulbs, but there is also a summer hyacinth, Galtonia candicans, which grows to 3ft (90cm) and makes big clumps of strap-like leaves, producing white, bell-shaped flowers in summer.
Hypoglycemic activity of Bauhinia candicans in diabetic induced rabbits.
Galtonia candicans may appear like a white bluebell but it flowers in late summer and being a bulbous plant is easily managed.
candicans is threatened by ongoing loss of its cerrado habitat (heavy grazing, trampling, invasive grasses, habitat conversion to plantations, and large-scale, uncontrolled grass fires; Cleere 1999, Pople 2004).
We also find that many summer flowering bulbs like the bright orange, yellow or red flowered Crocosmias, white flowered Galtonia candicans and blue or white flowered Agapanthus do well.