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Eleutherine bulbosa, Sisyrinchium bulbosum, Galatea bulbosa , Lagrimas De La Virgen, Yahuar Piripiri 

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Eleutherine bulbosa, Sisyrinchium bulbosum, Galatea bulbosa

Lagrimas De La Virgen, Yahuar Piripiri
Family: Iridaceae
Origin: Central to South America
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersEthnomedical plant.
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A low-growing plant (1 ft tall) with plaited leaves and scented white flowers that open in late afternoon. Can be grown in pot or outside in full sun. In Sabah they use it in cooking and pickling. The bulb is like a miniature red onion and spicy.


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Eleutherine bulbosa, Sisyrinchium bulbosum, Galatea bulbosa , Lagrimas De La Virgen, Yahuar Piripiri 

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Eleutherine bulbosa, Sisyrinchium bulbosum, Galatea bulbosa , Lagrimas De La Virgen, Yahuar Piripiri 

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