~~Herbaceous species with fleshy roots. Stems herbaceous, up to 60 cm long, deciduous in winter. Leaves alternate, ovate-lanceolate, serrate. Flowers bell-shaped with 5 lobes, purple-blue in colour. Flowers open copiously and for most of the summer at the stem apex. Hardy species originating in...

Species whose stems are cylindrical and slender, pendulous or creeping, rooting at contact with the soil. The flowers have lobes that are more or less erect, densely papillose inside and dark brown-red in colour. South Africa (Eastern Cape). Cutting  Rooted cutting

Stems quadrangular, toothed, creeping, about 1.5 x 15 cm in size. Flowers star-shaped, about 3-4 cm in diameter, red and cream, very beautiful. Cutting Rooted cutting   

This is the true 'Canestrin' of Lucca. The seeds were obtined by an old men who cultivated them from decades. Sub-rounded or more or less elongated, ribbed, bright red fruits. Excellent flavour and excellent productivity. 1 plant

~~Rhizomatous perennial up to 2 m in height. Leaves 20-50 x 10-18 cm, purple-red and green. Flowers red, with narrow petals, on 1-1.5 m high stalks. The rhizomes, that are very fast-growing, are edible and are usually roasted like potatoes. It is cool-resistant, but after a frost it looses the...

Stems erect, dark-green, 3-10 x 0.7-1.1 cm, with small teeth that bear white scales (the old dried leaves). Flowers at apex, golden-yellow, 9 mm in diameter, slightly bell-shaped. Somalia. Cutting  Rooted cutting 

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Caralluma joannis Clone 2 (Apteranthes joannis) (Apocynaceae)

Stems procumbent, glaucous, not very branched, partly underground. Flowers 1.5-2 cm in diameter, cream yellow spotted with dark red....

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Huernia volkartii var. repens (Huernia repens) (Apocynaceae)

Stems up to 50 cm long, creeping and slightly arched, 8-10 mm in diameter, not very toothed. Flowers cup-shaped, cream with pink spots,...

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Haworthia coartata ssp. coartata var. coarctata (Aloaceae)

Stems branched, with dense lanceolate leaves that are succulent, crescent-shaped in section, red if in full sunshine or if exposed to cool...

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Opuntia ovata (Maihueniopsis ovata) (Cactaceae)

This species is very rare in cultivation. Segments egg-shaped or almost spherical, about 3-4 x 1.5-2 cm. Very dwarf and caespitose. Spines...

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Euphorbia aeruginosa (Euphorbiaceae)

Small, shrubby, branched succulent. Stems very ornamental, thin, glaucous-green in colour, rusty-brown around the spines. Spines...

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Huernia x pendurata (Apocynaceae)

Ibrido tra H. pendula e H. hystrix. Stems numerous, 8-10 mm in diameter, violet-glaucous. Very beautiful, even without flowers. Flowers...

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