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...

Stems up to 30 cm in height, clumping, grey-green and pubescent. Flowers up to 10-15 cm in diameter, pinkish-brown, with white hairs on the revolute margin. Eastern Cape. Very unusual. Cutting  Rooted cutting  

Stems square in section, olive green-reddish, velvety. Flowers purple, 5 cm in diameter, completely covered with long, soft, purple hair. Very beautiful and rare. Cutting  Rooted cutting  

Hybrid of Echidnopsis cereiformis with erect stems and tubercles that are not very evident (stems are almost smooth). Flowers apical, 0.7-0.8 cm in diameter, star-shaped, green slightly shaded with red on the lobe tips. Unusual and peculiar. Half shade. Well drained medium that must be kept...

Stems erect, clumping, four-angled. Flowers star-shaped, 2.5 cm in diameter, cream-yellow with concentric dark red stipes. Flowers open in rapid succession. Origin: Namibia and South Africa (Eastern Cape). Cutting Rooted cutting

~~Bulbous species. Leaves linear, up to 30 cm long. Flowers solitary, almost erect, up to 9 cm long, bright or light pink in colour. Origin: Brazil. 3 bulbs    14 cm pot with 3 bulbs   

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Abromeitiella chlorantha (Bromeliaceae)

This species, originating from southern Bolivia, has triangular leaves that are toothed at the base, pointed at apex and form a closed...

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Echidnopsis nubica (Apocynaceae)

~~Stems erect or creeping, branched at their base, about 20 cm in height and 1.5-2 cm in diameter, with a roundish section. Tubercles not...

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Gasteria brachyphylla (Aloaceae)

Clumping species up to 25 cm in height and in diameter. Leaves distichous, dark green in colour, densely covered with white spots, 23 cm in...

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Ruellia squarrosa (Acanthaceae)

Small bushy perennial species. Leaves ovate-lanceolate, slightly pubescent, green veined with red. Abundant flowering from Spring to...

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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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