~~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...

This hybrid was obtained in our nursery from Echidnopsis globosa. Stems creeping, strong, with roundish tubercles. Flowers apical, bell-shaped, brick-red in colour, 0.5 cm in diameter. Beautiful and interesting. Half shade. Well drained medium that must be completely dry in...

~~Herbaceous perennial up to 70 cm high. Leaves ovate-lanceolate, toothed. Flowers 6-7 cm in diameter, bell-shaped, white. Hardy. In Winter it dies back to the roots. Half shade. Manchuria and Japan. Bare rooted (winter) 16 cm pot 

~~This species originates from the northern China and is up to 1 m high. Leaves with a long petiole, divided in three leaflets, strongly toothed. Inflorescences branched, in summer-autumn. Flowers 5-8 cm in diameter, pink, with ovate sepals. Very beautiful and elegant. Good for shaded exposures and...

Japanes variety. Leaves heart-shaped, sometimes lobed at the base, green. Edible tuber. Pink skin and white flesh. Optimum taste. Heavy producer in deep fertile soils. Good for frying and boiling because of the nonfloury consistency of the flesh. Cutting 14 cm pot

~~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. Cutting

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Echidnopsis × hybrida ‘Fernando’ (Apocynaceae)

New hybrid obtained in our nursery from Echidnopsis ciliata. Stems strong, reaching 50 cm in length by 10 mm in diameter. Stems are...

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Iris pallida ssp. dalmatica (Iridaceae)

Bearded rhizomatous iris. Leaves glaucous, 20-60 × 1-4 cm, not deciduous. Inflorescences branched, up to 1.20 m long. Flowers 2-6,...

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Echidnopsis sharpei ssp. ciliata (Echidnopsis ciliata) (Apocynaceae)

Succulent with stems being cylindrical, creeping, branched, 1 cm in diameter, tubercled, brown-reddish. Small star-shaped red flowers. Very...

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Pancratium maritimum (Amaryllidaceae)

Bulbous plant growing wild in the sandy coastal dunes of south-western Europe. Leaves long and narrow, appearing after the first Autumn...

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Alocasia cucullata (Araceae)

This species has green, very long petioles, up to 1 m in length. Leaves ovate, glossy green in colour, with a slender pointed apex. Native...

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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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