Plant producing corms and runners. Leaves distichous, sword-like and basal. Spikes of large, orange, yellow-centred flowers. It flowers in autumn. Full sun. Shelter the flowers from bad weather. South Africa. Hardy. Easy. 3 bulbs (from january to june) 16 cm pot with several bulbs 

~~Stems erect or creeping, branched at their base, about 20 cm in height and 1.5-2 cm in diameter, with a roundish section. Tubercles not very prominent. Flowers 3-5 mm in diameter, red with a yellow corona. Native to SE Sudan and Ethiopia. Single or slightly branched cutting Single or slightly...

Very beautiful, purple-red, star-shaped flowers with white centre. Species origin: Philippines. Easy. Cutting Bare rooted

The tuberous roots of this variety have a dark purple skin and a white flesh that is slightly pinkish just under the skin. This plant is much cultivated in South America for its tuberous, edible, sweet roots usually eaten like fruits. It can grow up to 2 m high. Leaves spatulate-deltoid, pubescent,...

Herbaceous perennial forming dwarf clumps close to the soil. Leaves spathulate, intensely dark purple-red in colour. Leaves are darker in winter and in brighter exposures. Flowers blue, bilabiate, in erect inflorescences. Spring-flowering. Unusual and ornamental. It can easily grow in any soil, but...

Stems flat, toothed at margins, half-procumbent. Flowers white, bell-shaped, sexile, pendulous. Flowering occurs in March and February. Native of Brazil, where it grows wild on trees in montane forests over 1000 m in elevation. Cutting Bare root 12 cm pot

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Haworthia tortuosa (Aloaceae)

Very variable species, often with stemmed rosettes up to 20 cm high whose leaves are disposed in series to form a spiral. Leaves...

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Echidnopsis dammaniana x hybrida (Apocynaceae)

Succulent plant. Stems up to 15 cm long, square or exagonal in section, greenish-brown. Flowers small, reddish, umbrella-shaped,...

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Rhipsalis baccifera ssp. baccifera (Rhipsalis cassutha) (Cactaceae)

Epiphytic succulent with thin, drooping, very branched stems. Small, numerous, white-yellow flowers. White fruits. Distribution: Nicaragua,...

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Huernia keniensis (Apocynaceae)

This is a very interesting species. Stems 5-12 cm long, sub-cylindric . Flowers bell-sahped, dark purple, papillose inside and streaked...

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Abromeitiella chlorantha (Bromeliaceae)

This species, originating from southern Bolivia, has triangular leaves that are toothed at the base, pointed at apex and form a closed...

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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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