Ornithogalum saundersiae is planted barely into the ground, in order to prevent sickness. After planting, the bulbs are just lightly rolled over to get them just a little bit deeper into the ground foor the roots to take a proper hold. - a Studio Royale / Steven Bemelman picture for J.M. van Berkel

Ornithogalum saundersiae is planted barely into the ground, in order to prevent sickness. After planting, the bulbs are just lightly rolled over to get them just a little bit deeper into the ground foor the roots to take a proper hold., © Studio Royale, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International-license courtesy J.M. van Berkel.
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