~~Brazilian and Argentinian begonia with cane-like stems. Leaves irregular,  white-spotted in young plants, red beneath. Flowers pink. Half shade. 14  cm pot

Bearded iris. Leaves green, slightly glaucescent, 5 cm in width. Flowers stems up to 120 cm, branched. Flowers light blue, with a pinkish centre: standards darker than falls; beard yellow to white. Native to Middle East. Hardy. Rhizome

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

Strong climber. Leaves fleshy, lanceolate, about 10 cm in length, dark green. Inflorescences globose, formed by 25-30 flowers. Flowers white or yellowish, 1.5 cm in diameter, slightly scented. Himalaya, at high altitude, in forests. Soil drained, with added bark chips, dry in Winter....

Stems up to 30 cm in height, clumping, grey-green and pubescent. Flowers up to 10-15 cm in diameter, pinkish-brown, with white hairs on the revolute margin. Eastern Cape. Very unusual. Cutting  Rooted cutting  

~~Stems big, erect, velvety, square in section, with winged ribs, 3 cm wide and much higher than other Stapelieae. Flowers star-shaped, to 25 cm in diameter, yellow with thin purple stripes, with bristles. Easy. Fast growing. Keep in half shade in Summer. Species of southern Africa. Talea

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Kedrostis punctulata (Cucurbitaceae)

Half-succulent species with an underground slender caudex. In Spring it develops herbaceous climbing stems that can reach a length of 1 m...

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Hosta ventricosa (Hostaceae)

Beautiful rhizomatous plant with dark green, heart-shaped leaves and long bell-shaped, purple flowers in Summer. Hardy....

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Caralluma baldratii (Apocynaceae)

Stems with long teeth, with purple dots and with underground stolons. Flowers star-shaped, with very narrow lobes, about 2.5 cm in size,...

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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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Opuntia sphaerica Sipia, Cañón de Cotahuasi, Peru, 2500 m (Cactaceae)

Small shrubby opuntia making colonies. Stem segments ovoid or globose, about 2 cm in diameter, covered with woolly white areoles. Spines...

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Sansevieria sp. Lavranos Tananarive, Madagascar (Dracenaceae)

Similar to Sansevieria suffruticosa, but with leaves being shorter, distichous, arched outwards and oval in section (thicker than wide)....

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