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Kalanchoe beharensis ‘Fang’ (Crassulaceae)

~~Succulent shrub being very unusual and ornamental. Leaves succulent, rhombic, about 10 cm in size, covered with golden-grey velvet, with...

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Platycodon grandiflorum (Campanulaceae)

~~Herbaceous species with fleshy roots. Stems herbaceous, up to 60 cm long, deciduous in winter. Leaves alternate, ovate-lanceolate,...

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Platycodon grandiflorum (Campanulaceae)

~~Herbaceous species with fleshy roots. Stems herbaceous, up to 60 cm long, deciduous in winter. Leaves alternate, ovate-lanceolate,...

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Aquilegia x hybrida (Rosaceae)

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

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Adenium obesum (Apocynaceae)

~~Pachycaul species from african desets. Very beautiful pink open-tubular flowers. Keep very dry and in warm atmosphere during the winter....

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Dianella revoluta (Phormiaceae)

~~This species is native to Tasmania and to New South Wales. Leaves up to 90 cm long, but usually shorter, stiff, glaucous, revolute at...

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Pelargonium tomentosum (Zamiaceae)

~~South African native from the Western Cape. Stems up to 50 cm high, but usually decumbent or creeping. Leaves 5-lobed, with roundish...

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Casimiroa edulis (Rutaceae)

~~Tree, up to 16 m in height. Leaves palmate-compound, formed by 5 leaflets. Leaflets oblanceolate, up to 12.5 cm in length. Flowers small,...

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Cybistetes longifolia (Ammocharis falcata) (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Deciduous bulbous species. Native to the Western Cape Province. Bulb ovoidal, 10 cm in diameter by 15 cm in length. Leaves 35 x 1 cm,...

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Justicia brandegeana ‘Red Flowers’ (Acanthaceae)

~~Brazilian subshrub. Highly clumping species. Stems thin, reddish. Leaves ovate-lanceolate with a subcuneate base, pubescent....

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Urginea hesperidae (Asparagaceae)

~~Bulbous species from the Canary Islands. Bulb spherical, underground. Leaves sword-like, glossy green in colour. Leaves appear after...

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Sinningia brasiliensis (Gesneriaceae)

~~Tuberous Brazilian species. Stems up to 70 cm in height, with terminal inflorescence. Flowers funnel-shaped, zygomorphic, very unusual,...

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Solanum lycopersicum ’Canestrino Antico’ (Solanaceae)

This is the true 'Canestrin' of Lucca. The seeds were obtined by an old men who cultivated them from decades. Sub-rounded or more or less...

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Stapelia gigantea DMC3401 (Apocynaceae)

~~Stems big, erect, velvety, square in section, with winged ribs, 3 cm wide and much higher than other Stapelieae. Flowers star-shaped, to...

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Haworthia fasciata (Aloaceae)

~~ Also known as “zebra haworthia”, this plant has slender rosettes with leaves crossed by horizontal, rised, white stripes. The margin...

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Ammocharis coranica (Amaryllidaceae)

Description not available. 1 bulb.

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Begonia insularis (Begoniaceae)

Description not available. 14 cm pot

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Begonia sanguinea (Begoniaceae)

~~Herbaceous species. Stems erect, reddish, up to 45 cm in length, woody at the base. Leaves obliquely cordate, almost peltate, 10-15 cm in...

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Begonia itaguassuensis (Begoniaceae)

~~Herbaceous species. Leaves almost roundish, slightly 5-lobed, slightly pubescent, intense green above and reddish below, carried by a...

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Begonia reniformis Mococa, Brazil (Begonia vitifolia) (Begoniaceae)

~~Tree species. Stems long, easily reaching 3 m in height. Leaves obliquely obovate, up to 14 cm in length, cordate, light green, glossy,...

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Begonia platanifolia (Begoniaceae)

~~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...

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Begonia lachaoensis (Begoniaceae)

~~Sub-shrub species. Leaves almost roundish or slightly longer and wing-shaped, glossy, slightly red below. Flowers white or pinkish-white,...

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Smithiantha multiflora GRF9121 (Gesneriaceae)

~~Rhizomatous species. Leaves ovate-lanceolate, toothed, pubescent, green with darker stripes. Flowers pendulous, funnel-shaped, white, in...

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Achimenes admirabilis (Gesneriaceae)

~~Rhizomatous species with erect stems. Leaves narrow and long, toothed at the margin, light green. Flowers with a long red tube and five...

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Huernia whitesloaneana x H. quinta (Apocynaceae)

~~This hybrid was obtained in our nursery. Stems tufted, not very toothed, almost circular in section. Flowers 5-lobed (sometimes 6-lobed),...

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Huernia macrocarpa x Huernia leachii (Apocynaceae)

~~This hybrid was obtained in our nursery. Stems linear, branched, decumbent. Flowers bell-shaped, light cream strongly striped with red....

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Stapelia x hybrida (Apocynaceae)

~~Stapelia hybrid obtained in our nursery. Stems erect or procumbent, square in section, toothed and velvety. Flowers rather large (15-20...

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Pterocactus meglioli (Cactaceae)

~~Long swollen taproot. Stems cylindrical, creeping, grey, slightly divided in articles, covered with thin white adpressed spines. Flowers...

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Haworthia glauca var. glauca (Aloaceae)

~~Leaves 2-3 cm long, glaucous, arranged in a crown on the stem. South Africa (Cape Province). Well drained soil. Half shade or full...

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Haworthia cooperi var. pilifera (Aloaceae)

~~Rosettes of triangular, succulent, keeled, slender, slightly toothed leaves with transparent stripes at apex. S. Africa....

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Platycodon grandiflorum f.ma alba (Campanulaceae)

~~Herbaceous perennial up to 70 cm high. Leaves ovate-lanceolate, toothed. Flowers 6-7 cm in diameter, bell-shaped, white. Hardy. In Winter...

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Canna edulis (Cannaceae)

~~Rhizomatous perennial up to 2 m in height. Leaves 20-50 x 10-18 cm, purple-red and green. Flowers red, with narrow petals, on 1-1.5 m...

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Yucca baccata (Asparagaceae)

~~Stem not present or procumbent and up to 1.5 m long. Leaves dark green, up to 75 cm long, with filiferous reddish margins and a pungent...

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Peperomia polybotrya (Piperaceae)

~~ Stems succulent, up to 25 cm high. Leaves fleshy, peltate, roundish-ovate, acuminate at apex, 9 cm in diameter. Colombia and Peru. Very...

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Opuntia microdasys (Cactaceae)

~~This plant, which is able to reach 60 cm in height, is made with numerous spineless segments, but has areoles which are densely covered...

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Opuntia rufida var. minor (Cactaceae)

~~Species with pads that are obovate, slender, 5-10 cm long, olive-green, densely covered with brownish-red glochids. Usually it keeps a...

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Opuntia longispina (Tunilla corrugata) clone 2 (Cactaceae)

~~Small prostrate opuntia with almost cylindrical, slightly flat, segments. Spines very numerous, short and strong, red in colour. Orange...

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Stapelia gigantea (Apocynaceae)

~~Stems big, erect, velvety, square in section, with winged ribs, 3 cm wide and much higher than other Stapelieae. Flowers star-shaped, to...

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Orbea decaisneana (Caralluma hesperidum) (Apocynaceae)

~~Stems very large, grey-green, purple-dotted and with massive teeth up to 2 cm long. Very dark violet-brownish flowers. Clumping. Half...

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Cercis chinensis (Fabaceae)

~~ Very ornamental shrub with heart-shaped leaves and numerous purple flowers appearing directly on the bark of the branches. More...

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Hoya latifolia (Apocynaceae)

~~ The stems of this Hoya are red when young. Leaves fleshy, green above and dark red beneath. Inflorescences erect, with 1-40 flowers....

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Hoya carnosa (Apocynaceae)

~~Climber with succulent and elliptical leaves. Very beautiful pendulous umbels with withe-pink, succulent and velvety flowers. Not very...

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Iris mesopotamica (Iridaceae)

Bearded iris. Leaves green, slightly glaucescent, 5 cm in width. Flowers stems up to 120 cm, branched. Flowers light blue, with a pinkish...

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Alstroemeria caryophyllacea x hybrida (Alstroemeriaceae)

Bare root (from june to october) 16 cm pot 

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Begonia × hybrida ‘Jolly Silver’ (Begoniaceae)

Beautiful herbaceous begonia with an interesting foliage. Leaves with long petioles, ovate-lanceolate, dark green in colour, strongly...

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Stapelia hirsuta var. gariepensis (Stapelia gariepensis) (Apocynaceae)

Species with erect and reddish stems carrying by 8-9 cm flowers with lobes that are 3.5-3.8 cm long, ovate-lanceolate, waved inside, shiny...

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Orbea halipedicola (Apocynaceae)

Clumping species, occasionally procumbent. Stems green, slightly shaded with red, with triangular and prominent teeth. Flowers star-shaped,...

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Huernia volkartii var. volkartii (Apocynaceae)

Clumping species. Stems short, densely branched, forming a close clump. Flowers star-shaped, densely papillose, light cream-white in colour...

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Huernia andreana Kenya (Apocynaceae)

Soloniferous species. It produces long stems that are toothed and light green spotted with red. Stems can creep much and root wherever they...

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Stapelia scitula (Apocynaceae)

Stems velvety, square in section, 6-8 mm wide. Flowers 3 cm in diameter, numerous. South Africa (Western Cape). Cutting   Rooted...

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Stapelia schinzii x hybrida (Apocynaceae)

This Stapelia has stems of 8x1.8 cm, that are light green, often purple shaped, velvety, square in section, winged and toothed. The 5-lobed...

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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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Stapelia gigantea PRA307S Josini, South Africa (Apocynaceae)

Stems big, strong, erect, velvety, square in section, reddish-green, 3 cm wide and much higher than other Stapelieae. Flowers star-shaped,...

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Stapelia divaricata x hybrida (Apocynaceae)

Flowers in groups, flesh-pink in colour. Beautiful and unusual. Cutting  Rooted cutting  

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Stapelia asterias (Apocynaceae)

This species originates from the Cape Province and has long cylindrical stems (15 x 1.5 cm), that are compact and green to grey-green....

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Polymnia sonchifolia ‘New Zealand Pink’(Smallanthus sonchifolius ‘New Zealand Pink’) (Asteraceae)

The tuberous roots of this variety have a brown-pinkish skin and pinkish flesh, violet just below the skin. It can grow up to 2 m high....

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Orbeanthus hardyi (Apocynaceae)

Stems four-ribbed, up to 30 cm long, green spotted with purple. Flowers apical, solitary or in pairs, 6.5-7 cm in diameter, cream-yellow...

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Orbea melanantha (Orbeopsis melanantha) (Apocynaceae)

Strong creeping and clumping succulent. Stems massive, up to 4 cm in diameter, 4-angled. Flowers very beautiful, almost black, wrinkled,...

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Nolina lindheimerana (Asparagaceae)

Caudex not present or very small. Leaves grass-like, up to 90 cm long, with entire apex. Origin: Texas. 14 cm pot  

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Ipomoea batatas ‘Kotobuki’ (Convolvulaceae)

Japanes variety. Leaves heart-shaped, sometimes lobed at the base, green. Edible tuber. Pink skin and white flesh. Optimum taste. Heavy...

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Huernia recondita (Apocynaceae)

Species with creeping stems that are square in section, up to 50 cm long, olive-green and slightly red-dotted. Flowers in groups, 18 mm in...

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Huernia quinta (Apocynaceae)

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,...

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Huernia tanganykensis (Apocynaceae)

Stems rather creeping, with blunt ribs. Flowers star-shaped, about 3 cm in diameter. Lobes ivory with red spots.  Glossy, red, prominent...

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Huernia pendula (Apocynaceae)

Species whose stems are cylindrical and slender, pendulous or creeping, rooting at contact with the soil. The flowers have lobes that are...

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Huernia keniensis var. globosa Barad11548 (Apocynaceae)

Similar to H. keniensis. Stems red-violet. Flowers densely covered with small dark red papillae and with lobes that are completely reflexed...

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Huernia zebrina (Apocynaceae)

Stems about 5 cm high, stout, 4- or 5-angled. Flowers basal, 3 cm in diameter, light yellow cream with red spots. Annulus red. Half shade...

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Huernia clavigera x hybrida (Apocynaceae)

Small stapeliad with numerous stems that are 8x2 cm in size, often tangled, usually square in section, toothed, green spotted with red....

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Echidnopsis sharpei ssp. ciliata (Echidnopsis ciliata) (Apocynaceae)

Succulent with stems being cylindrical, creeping, branched, 1 cm in diameter, tubercled, brown-reddish. Small star-shaped red flowers. Very...

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Echidnopsis globosa (Apocynaceae)

Succulent plant. Stems greyish-green, brown with age, 15 x 0.8-1 cm, wrinkled. Flowers small (4-5 mm), dark purple outwards, slightly...

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Echidnopsis dammaniana (Echidnopsis somalensis) (Apocynaceae)

Succulent plant. Stems up to 15 cm long, square or exagonal in section, greenish-brown. Flowers small, reddish, umbrella-shaped, pubescent....

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Echidnopsis chrysantha ssp. chrysantha (Apocynaceae)

Stems erect, dark-green, 3-10 x 0.7-1.1 cm, with small teeth that bear white scales (the old dried leaves). Flowers at apex, golden-yellow,...

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Duvalia caespitosa EA744 (Apocynaceae)

Very creeping small succulent, with stems divided in articles that are more or less clavate. Flowers star-shaped, about 2.5 cm in diameter,...

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Begonia peltata (Begoniaceae)

Fibrous-rooted succulent begonia. Leaves peltate-ovate, alternate, fleshy, densely covered with white hairs. White flowers. Full sunshine...

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x Achimenantha naegelioides ’Inferno’ (Gesneriaceae) (Gesneriaceae)

Rhizomatous species up to 45 cm high. Leaves 6 × 3 cm, ovate-lanceolate, toothed, reddish. Flowers axillary, bright red in colour with a...

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Adenium obesum ssp. obesum (Apocynaceae) (Apocynaceae)

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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