~~Herbaceous perennial, up to 40 cm high, cushion-shaped. Leaves narrow, glaucous-green, pointed. Flowers large, scented, solitary. Petals fringed at apex, light pink in colour. Central-eastern Europe. Hardy. 12 cm pot  

Stems grey-green, irregularly ribbed. This plant is compact, clumping, gnarled and slow growing. Flowers slightly campanulate, erect, greenish densely dotted with reddish-brown, about 12 mm in diameter. Rare.   Cutting  Rooted cutting    

Leaves solitary, or rarely in pairs, up to 50 cm long, channelled, transversely striped, looking like tusks emerging from the soil. Flowers in dense inflorescences at soil level. Eastern Africa. Not hardy. Young plants. Bare root  16 cm pot   

~~Bulbous species. Leaves linear, up to 30 cm long. Flowers solitary, almost erect, up to 9 cm long, bright or light pink in colour. Origin: Brazil. 3 bulbs    14 cm pot with 3 bulbs   

Rhizomatous species up to 45 cm high. Leaves 6 × 3 cm, ovate-lanceolate, toothed, reddish. Flowers axillary, bright red in colour with a yellow throat. Hybrid obtained in 1973 between Achimenes erecta and Smithiantha zebrina. Not hardy. Very beautiful and unusual. It grows from April-May through...

Beautiful showy species. Leaves pendulous, 10-15 × 7-10 cm in size, green with symmetrical, shaded, olive-green-brown blotches. It prefers shaded places and a continuously moist soil during the summer. The soil must be dry or almost dry in winter. Native to western tropical Himalaya where it grows...

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Hechtia podantha (Bromeliaceae)

Dioecious species. Leaves leathery, toothed at the margins, narrow and pointed, in basal rosettes, red-shaded if exposed to intense light....

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Euphorbia milii var. breonii (Euphorbiaceae)

Similar to the type species, but size larger, stems circular in section, spines and flowers bigger. Very beautiful and richly flowering....

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Physalis peruviana (Solanaceae)

Small hairy shrub up to 1 m in heigth. Leaves ovate, toothed at the margin. Flowers yellowish, with a black base. Fruits spherical,...

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Gasteria glomerata (Aloaceae)

This species forms clumpings that are up to 20 cm in diameter. Leaves distichous up to 30 cm long, rough, glaucous green. Flowers...

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Sansevieria parva clone 1 (Dracenaceae)

Very clumping species having long, thin, creeping rhizomes, with leaves being not very succulent, very lanceolate, erect, in tufts, dark...

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Haworthia attenuata (Aloaceae)

The species has leaves that are erect or slightly curved, dark green, flexible and acuminate, covered with tubercles that externally form...

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