~~Sub-shrub species. Leaves almost roundish or slightly longer and wing-shaped, glossy, slightly red below. Flowers white or pinkish-white, small but abundantly produced almost all year long. Easy. Well drained soil. Allow drying before watering again. Reduce waterings in winter. Shade. Native to...

~~Herbaceous species. Leaves almost roundish, slightly 5-lobed, slightly pubescent, intense green above and reddish below, carried by a long petiole. Flowers white shaded with reddish pink, on a long stalk. Well drained soil. Half-shade or shade. Water when the soil is almost completely dry. Reduce...

Hardy plant for shady or semi-shady positions. Leaves in basal rosette. The plants flower between april and may. Numerous downy flowers. Mix of seeds. 1 packet

~~Herbaceous species with fleshy roots. Stems herbaceous, up to 60 cm long, deciduous in winter. Leaves alternate, ovate-lanceolate, serrate. Flowers bell-shaped with 5 lobes, purple-blue in colour. Flowers open copiously and for most of the summer at the stem apex. Hardy species originating in...

Form of Adenium obesum. Leaves larger and flowers pastel-pink on the margins. Southern Africa. Not hardy. Bare rooted 14 cm pot

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Euphorbia graniticola (Euphorbiaceae)

Branched, ribbed, striped succulent. Big spines linked by a continuous woody shield. White ribs. Very beautiful. From Mozambique to...

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Hoya pubicalyx ‘Pink Silver’ (Apocynaceae)

Very beautiful, purple-red, star-shaped flowers with white centre. Species origin: Philippines. Easy. Cutting Bare rooted 8 cm...

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Aloe arborescens ’Yellow Flower’ (Aloaceae)

Aloaceae Very branched shrub with apical rosettes of arched and dentate leaves. High showy inflorescences.Yellow, pendulous flowers....

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Eucomis autumnalis (Asparagaceae)

Bulbous plant 6-30 cm high. Leaves ovate-lanceolate, waved at margin. Flowers white or greenish, 1.3-2.5 cm in diameter, in dense erect...

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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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Aspidistra cfr. tonkinensis (Asparagaceae)

Rhizomatous species. Leaves lanceolate, shortly petiolate, dark green with rare and soft yellow spots. Origin: China. Rhizome 16 cm...

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