Large, deep, dark pink florets are borne on 10cm pedicels and carried in a medium-sized flower head. This species is similar to B. minor but the individual flowers are larger, more densely produced and the overall flower head is larger. Four flat, smooth leaves are produced after flowering and these are strongly adpressed to the ground. These are small 3 year old bulbs and require another 3 years growing before flowers can be expected.
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