~~Herbaceous species with fleshy roots. Stems herbaceous, up to 60 cm long, deciduous in winter. Leaves alternate, ovate-lanceolate, serrate. Flowers bell-shaped with 5 lobes, purple-blue in colour. Flowers open copiously and for most of the summer at the stem apex. Hardy species originating in...

South-African species in the Iridaceae family with sward-like leaves that are arranged in a fan. Inflorescences erect or arched, bearing 10 flowers or more. Flowers green with tepals that are very narrow and reflexed, reminiscent of a spider. It flowers in winter-spring. This species grows from...

Hardy plant for shady or semi-shady positions. Leaves in basal rosette. The plants flower between april and may. Numerous downy flowers. Mix of seeds. 1 packet

~~Horticultural hybrid between Stapelia maculosa and Stapelia ‘Trifida’. Stems erect, square in section, toothed. Flowers star-shaped, red, slightly spotted with white and slightly wrinkled. Annulus flat, light red. Well drained soil. Keep dry in winter. Cutting

This clivia species originates in the eastern South African coast. Leaves are ribbon-like, about 50 cm long and 4 cm wide, evergreen. Floral stems are about 40-45 cm long, carrying 10-20 flowers. Flowers tubular, pendulous, orange, green-tipped. It flowers from autumn to spring. Water abundantly in...

Bearded iris. Leaves green, slightly glaucescent, 5 cm in width. Flowers stems up to 120 cm, branched. Flowers light blue, with a pinkish centre: standards darker than falls; beard yellow to white. Native to Middle East. Hardy. Rhizome

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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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Aloe variegata (Aloaceae)

Aloaceae Stemless rosette. Leaves with a a very marked keel, usually arranged in three ranks, green-brownish, white-spotted,...

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Huernia aspera Iringa Province, Tanzania (Apocynaceae)

Half-prostrate succulent with 5-6-angled stems with short teeth. Flowers brown, 2-2.5 cm in diameter, white-spotted, roughly papillose, in...

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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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Hippeastrum vittatum x hybrida (Amaryllidaceae)

Bulbous species. Leaves narrow, deciduous in Winter. Flower stem up to 45 cm, carrying 2-4 flowers. Flowers rather large, 6-tepalled....

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