Hybrid of Echidnopsis cereiformis with erect stems and tubercles that are not very evident (stems are almost smooth). Flowers apical, 0.7-0.8 cm in diameter, star-shaped, green slightly shaded with red on the lobe tips. Unusual and peculiar. Half shade. Well drained medium that must be kept...

Stems erect, clumping, four-angled. Flowers star-shaped, 2.5 cm in diameter, cream-yellow with concentric dark red stipes. Flowers open in rapid succession. Origin: Namibia and South Africa (Eastern Cape). Cutting Rooted cutting

~~Stems 5- or 6-angled in section, 5 cm long, 6 mm in diameter, erect, tufted, toothed. Flowers tubular-campanulate, 2-3 cm in diameter, light cream finely spotted with brown-red, papillose in the throat. Corolla tube slightly swollen at the base. Native to Zimbabwe, where it grows in sandy or...

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 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

~~ 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

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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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Iris foetidissima (Iridaceae)

Rhizomatous iris with branching flower stem. Flowers violet and yellow. Ornamental fruits that open in Winter showing scarlet seeds. Moist...

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Haworthia venosa ssp. tessellata (Haworthia tessellata) (Aloaceae)

Rosettes are 10 cm in diameter. Leaves dark green, translucent, longitudinally striped, spirally arranged. Origin: South Africa (Cape...

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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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Echidnopsis x hybrida VC3 (Apocynaceae)

~~This hybrid was obtained in our nursery between Echidnopsis cereiformis and Echidnopsis dammaniana. Stems erect, slightly tubercled....

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Sansevieria kirkii var. pulchra (Dracenaceae)

Rosette succulent with very stiff leaves being dark green, white-mottled, wavy, and coppery pink shaded. Big white inflorescences. Very...

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