~~This species originates from the northern China and is up to 1 m high. Leaves with a long petiole, divided in three leaflets, strongly toothed. Inflorescences branched, in summer-autumn. Flowers 5-8 cm in diameter, pink, with ovate sepals. Very beautiful and elegant. Good for shaded exposures and...

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...

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...

Stems red-violet. Half-opened flowers densely covered with small dark red papillae and with lobes that are almost completely reflexed. Beautiful and unusual. Slightly branched cutting Branched rooted cutting 

This species forms clumpings that are up to 20 cm in diameter. Leaves distichous up to 30 cm long, rough, glaucous green. Flowers pink-reddish. Cape Province. Very easy. Bare root  10 cm pot 

~~ Stems succulent, up to 25 cm high. Leaves fleshy, peltate, roundish-ovate, acuminate at apex, 9 cm in diameter. Colombia and Peru. Very beautiful and elegant. Not hardy. Keep in a shaded place. Abundant waterings in summer. 12 cm pot

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Airampoa soehrensii (Tunilla soherensii) (Cactaceae)

This species is very rare in cultivation. Segments egg-shaped or almost spherical, about 3-4 x 1.5-2 cm. Very dwarf and caespitose. Spines...

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Huernia echidnopsioides W Patensie, S. Africa (Apocynaceae)

Stems round in section, finely covered with low square tubercles, similar to the echidnopsis ones, about 1 cm in diameter, 5-7 cm long,...

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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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Iris unguicularis (Iris stylosa) (Iridaceae)

Rhizomatous iris with narrow and glaucous leaves. Flowers lilac and yellow, in winter. Hardy. Easy. Algeria, Tunisia, western Syria,...

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Huernia x hybrida VC6 (Apocynaceae)

This hybrid was obtained in our nursery between Huernia stapelioides and Huernia hystrix. Stems strong, cylindrical-ovoid, branched,...

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Begonia x fuchsifoliosa (Begoniaceae)

It is a very elegant begonia with fibrous roots. It has succulent, erect, slightly pendulous stems, up to 50 cm long, with numerous small...

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