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Sunday, March 22, 2015

Tacca chantrieri "Bat Plant"

Wandering through the Royal Botanic Gardens enjoying a beautiful Sydney autumn day I came across, hidden in amongst a group of shrubs, one of the weirdest and collectable plants you can get. Highly prized by gardeners the Bat Plant or Tacca chantrieri is prized for it's unusual purple/black flowers.
It is a relative of the Yam and can be grown outdoors in the tropics and sub tropics.

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