Añañuca de Cordillera | Project Noah

Añañuca de Cordillera | Project Noah

Añañuca de Cordillera | Project Noah


An Amaryllidaceae Rhodophiala of the Central Andes of Chile - it has big flowers, pinkish or whitish in color, which can not be mistaken for any other plant. Although not very frequent, where they grow, the density of these plants may be quite high, creating a nice speckled carpet of flowers in late spring.

Description

It is a plant of the family of Amaryllidaceae (Amarillis) bulbous and perennial of high ornamental value.It has red or white flowers with 6 petals, which can be pink or white. p>

An Amaryllidaceae Rhodopharya of the Central Andes of Chile - it has big flowers, pinkish or whitish in color, which can not be mistaken for any other plant. Habitat:

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It is found in extreme heights, well above the forest line (the absolute elevation depends on the latitude) in areas with constant rainfall with short dry periods that do not last more than 1 month They are in full sun without any protection in place s northern exposure flats or slopes. The plant resists low temperatures (up to -15 ° C even -20 ° C), can be covered for months (1 - 8 months) by snow.
In Chile this species grows in the following environmental conditions:

Habitat according to altitude:

Extreme altitude well beyond the timber line, high altitude close to the timber line.

Humid areas, with almost constant rainfall. Short dry periods are possible (generally not longer than 1 month).

Fully exposed to the sun. Levels or slopes facing north.