Flowers in groups, flesh-pink in colour. Beautiful and unusual. Cutting  Rooted cutting  

This clivia species originates in the eastern South African coast. Leaves are ribbon-like, about 50 cm long and 4 cm wide, evergreen. Floral stems are about 40-45 cm long, carrying 10-20 flowers. Flowers tubular, pendulous, orange, green-tipped. It flowers from autumn to spring. Water abundantly in...

~~ Stems succulent, up to 25 cm high. Leaves fleshy, peltate, roundish-ovate, acuminate at apex, 9 cm in diameter. Colombia and Peru. Very beautiful and elegant. Not hardy. Keep in a shaded place. Abundant waterings in summer. 12 cm pot

Species with creeping stems that are square in section, up to 50 cm long, olive-green and slightly red-dotted. Flowers in groups, 18 mm in diameter, smooth, with red and yellow stripes, with lobes that are light yellow and red-spotted. Ethiopia. Cutting Rooted cutting 

Stems prostrate-ascending, more or less cylindrical, pale grey-green, with purple spots and stripes. Star shaped flowers to 2.5-4 cm, bright green in colour, in groups of 1-4 (6). Lobes triangular, narrow, papillose, silky at apex. Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. Cutting  Rooted cutting

~~This species belongs to the subgenus Evansia and is native to central and south-western China. Stout rhizome. Leaves thin, 30 x 2-2.5 cm in size, light green. Flowers 2-3 per spathe, 10 cm in diameter, more or less flattened, blue-lilac in colour with a darker venation. It flowers in April-May....

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Iris pseudacorus GCOR3 (Iridaceae)

Rhizomatous marsh plant with distichous sword-like leaves and large yellow flowers. Hardy. Europe and Asia. Very showy. Rhizome   

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Canna flaccida (Cannaceae)

Cannaceae Specie rizomatosa alta fino a 2 m. Foglie verde-chiaro di 20-45 x 8-11 cm, ellittiche, lanceolate, con apice acuto. Fiori...

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Epiphyllum oxypetalum (Cactaceae)

~~ Large shrubby epiphyllum up to 3 m in height. Main stem cylindrical for a long stretch, then flat and obovate at apex. Secondary...

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Sansevieria trifasciata clone 1 (Dracenaceae)

Leaves strong, flat, up to 70 cm long, green with darker longitudinal stripes. Easy and rarer in cultivation with respect to its cultivars....

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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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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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