~~Brazilian begonia, up to 2 m in height. Stems erect, perennial, swollen at the base forming an irregular caudex. Leaves palmate, 20-25 cm in diameter, green spotted with silver. Flowers in autumn or in spring, in short axillary racemes, pinkish white. It is fully deciduous in winter, when it only...

Leaves solitary, or rarely in pairs, up to 50 cm long, channelled, transversely striped, looking like tusks emerging from the soil. Flowers in dense inflorescences at soil level. Eastern Africa. Not hardy. Young plants. Bare root  16 cm pot   

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,...

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...

~~Stapelia hybrid obtained in our nursery. Stems erect or procumbent, square in section, toothed and velvety. Flowers rather large (15-20 cm in diameter), wrinkled, purple-red in colour and covered with sparse purple hairs. Well drained soil. Keep warm and dry in winter. Excess humidity can cause...

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

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Hibiscus boryanus (Malvaceae)

Shrub, up to 8 m in height. Leaves oval, dark green in colour, crenate at margin. Flowers red, solitary, axillary similar to those of...

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Aloe variegata (Aloaceae)

Aloaceae Stemless rosette. Leaves with a a very marked keel, usually arranged in three ranks, green-brownish, white-spotted,...

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Canarina canariensis Sierra de Anaga, Tenerife (Campanulaceae)

Winter growing species. Stems up to 1.5 m in length, scandent. Flowers very showy, 4 cm in size, bell-shaped, pendulous, orange-red...

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Haworthia x cuspidata (Aloaceae)

~~This is a natural hybrid between H. cymbiformis and H. retusa. It has intermediate characteristics between both species. Leaves are very...

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Ferraria crispa (Iridaceae)

Unusual South-african bulbous species (Cape Province) with underground corms. Flowers in Spring, carried on up to 1 m long inflorescences,...

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Huernia aspera Iringa Province, Tanzania (Apocynaceae)

Half-prostrate succulent with 5-6-angled stems with short teeth. Flowers brown, 2-2.5 cm in diameter, white-spotted, roughly papillose, in...

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