Stems erect and strong, clumping, up to 7 cm long, square or pentagonal in section, tubercled. Flowers 2.5-3 cm in diameter, bell-shaped, white with thin red lines in the corolla tube. South Africa. Cutting   Rooted cutting  

~~ Also known as “zebra haworthia”, this plant has slender rosettes with leaves crossed by horizontal, rised, white stripes. The margin is smooth in the upper half. Uitenhage District and Albany District, Cape Province. Half-hardy.

~~ Shrub or small tree similar to Cercis siliquastrum, with flowers that are lilac or mauve in colour, sometimes darker, produced in large quantity in late Spring. Iran, Afghanistan and central Asia. Hardy. Very rare. 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,...

~~Pachycaul species. This plant produces a single stem that can reach 2 m in height and that has a swollen base with small suckers. Leaves approximately palmate, 20-25 cm in diameter, 5-lobed, reddish-green (bronze if in intense light). Flowers pendulous, white shaded with pink. It flowers 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 

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Euphorbia clava (Euphorbiaceae)

Beautiful species with club-shaped stem with tubercles and long leaves near the apex. Cup green flowers. Bare root   14 cm pot   

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Opuntia sphaerica Sipia, Cañón de Cotahuasi, Peru, 2500 m (Cactaceae)

Small shrubby opuntia making colonies. Stem segments ovoid or globose, about 2 cm in diameter, covered with woolly white areoles. Spines...

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Opuntia alexanderi (Tephrocactus alexanderi) (Cactaceae)

Sub-shrub with globose segments (9  3.5 cm). Spines up to 4 cm long, dark, curved downwards at first. Very beautiful. Flowers pink....

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Syringa reflexa (Oleaceae)

Branched shrub, up to 3 m in height. Leaves ovate-oblong, up to 15 cm long. Flowers pink, tubular, in dense, apical, pendulous...

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Stapelia montana (Apocynaceae)

Stems quadrangular, toothed, creeping, about 1.5 x 15 cm in size. Flowers star-shaped, about 3-4 cm in diameter, red and cream, very...

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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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