Tuberous species. Tuber partly underground. Leaves ovate, dark green in colour, slightly pubescent. Flowers solitary, bell-shaped, pendulous, lavender with a darker throat and an interior yellow central stripe. In Winter it dies back to the tuber and goes dormant. Keep rather dry in this period....

Rare species of Stapelieae with succulent, grey-green, purple-dotted stems with showy teeth. Little, star-shaped and very unusual flowers. Half shade in Summer. Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Sudan, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia. Cutting  Rooted cutting 

~~Climber with succulent and elliptical leaves. Very beautiful pendulous umbels with withe-pink, succulent and velvety flowers. Not very rare but showy and ornamental. Half shade. Easy. India, Burma e southern China. Cutting  Bare root 10 cm pot   

~~This hybrid was obtained in our nursery. Stems tufted, not very toothed, almost circular in section. Flowers 5-lobed (sometimes 6-lobed), white in the centre and pink on the lobes, fully dotted with red.

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,...

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Gerrardanthus macrorhizus (Cucurbitaceae)

Semideciduous caudiciform. Caudex spherical, flattened at both poles, underground or partly underground. The caudex develops long climbing...

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Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Moonshine’ (Dracenaceae)

Very beautiful plant with rhizome producing rosettes of tongue-like, succulent, fibrous and erect leaves, about 40 x 8 cm in size, in the...

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Plectranthus neochilus (Lamiaceae)

Succulent creeping species, half-procumbent in habit. Leaves rhomboidal, crenate at the apex, fleshy, aromatic. Flowers bilabiate, blue, in...

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Haworthia limifolia (Aloaceae)

~~Leaves triangular, green, arranged in a spiralled rosette, succulent, leathery, transversally striped with lines in relief. Native to...

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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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