Bulbine


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Bulbine

plant genus in the Liliaceae family; some contain an unidentified toxin; causes vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain. Includes B. bulbosa (native leek), B. semibarbata.
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Out back, the patio is centered by a round brick planter that features pretty tulips, pansies, and daffodils in springtime, along with spiky orange bulbine.
T Effect of Bulbine natalensis (Baker stem extract) on the functional indices and histology of the liver and kidney of male Wistar rats.
Bulbine frutescens, for example, is used widely for the treatment of burns and a host of skin afflictions.
Systematics of Xanthorrhoeaceae sensu lato, with an emphasis on Bulbine.
Brachychiton populneus * * * * Bulbine bulbosa * * * * Burchardia umbellata * Caesia spp.
In the manner of Mexican lobelia, African bulbine spreads by rhizomes in semi-dry garden spots.
lateritia (1993-2306), Anigozanthos flavida (HK 1983-4125), Aristea platycaulis (HK 1969-18097), Arthropodium cirrhatum (HK 1985-706), Bulbine semibarbata (HK 1969-19545), Calathea micans (HK 218-82-02023), Cordyline stricta (HK 1969-16416), Costus lucanusianus (HK 1963-4701 LKST), Cyrtanthus brachyscyphus (HK 19932925), Dianella ensifolia (HK 1964-34302), D.
Less often seen, but deserving of wider planting, are the Bulbinellas and Bulbines, whose butter-yellow flower spikes would be an excellent complement to lily of the Nile and society garlic.