Albuca spiralis, or more popularly known as “Frizzle sizzle” or Corkscrew Albuca, is a succulent with weird, spiral shape that reminds us of the telephones during the 80s. It grows 10-20 cm in height and 15-20 cm in diameter from an underground bulb.
This eye-catching plant sends up racemes of yellow or white fragrant flowers, with three spreading tepals and three forming a tube, each often marked with green or brown on the reverse during spring time. Furthermore, this easy to maintain plant is particularly an ideal home and garden plant without any pest or disease problems. The plant goes into dormancy so keep the bulb in good shape.
Light: bright light, a few hours of sun in the morning