~~ Very ornamental shrub with heart-shaped leaves and numerous purple flowers appearing directly on the bark of the branches. More ornamental than Cercis siliquaster it has the earliest blooming in the Cercis genus. Flowers pea-like, about 2 cm in size. Soil medium or well drained. Full sunshine....

Rhizomatous species up to 45 cm high. Leaves 6 × 3 cm, ovate-lanceolate, toothed, reddish. Flowers axillary, bright red in colour with a yellow throat. Hybrid obtained in 1973 between Achimenes erecta and Smithiantha zebrina. Not hardy. Very beautiful and unusual. It grows from April-May through...

~~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.

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Leaves long (7 cm) and narrow (2 cm), more or less light green in colour, with darker margins. Flowers small, (0.9 cm in diameter), pink-red, pubescent, scented, with reflexed petals, in pendulous inflorescences. Good for hanging baskets. Species native of Philippines. Cutting Bare root  7 cm...

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 

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Caralluma hexagona RH202 Wadi Dhahr, 15 Km NW Sanaa, Yemen (Apocynaceae)

Stems grey-green, irregularly ribbed. This plant is compact, clumping, gnarled and slow growing. Flowers slightly campanulate, erect,...

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Aspidistra sp. (1)S-135 (Asparagaceae)

Unidentified chinese species. Leaves narrow and long, light green in colour, slightly spotted with yellow. Petiole short. Very clumping....

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Huernia schneideriana (Apocynaceae)

This species has nice bell-shaped flowers that are 3 cm in diameter, with a purple-black corolla tube, with a corolla that is brown outside...

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Euphorbia milii var. breonii (Euphorbiaceae)

Similar to the type species, but size larger, stems circular in section, spines and flowers bigger. Very beautiful and richly flowering....

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Echidnopsis archeri (Apocynaceae)

Stems creeping or slightly erect, reddish. Flowers bell shaped, pendulous, red with white lobe tips. Half shade in Summer. Keep dry in...

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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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