~~Stapelia hybrid obtained in our nursery. Stems erect or procumbent, square in section, toothed and velvety. Flowers rather large (15-20 cm in diameter), wrinkled, purple-red in colour and covered with sparse purple hairs. Well drained soil. Keep warm and dry in winter. Excess humidity can cause...

Stems 5- or 6-angled in section, 5 cm long, 6 mm in diameter, erect, tufted, toothed. Flowers tubular-campanulate, 2-3 cm in diameter, light cream finely spotted with brown-red, papillose in the throat. Corolla tube slightly swollen at the base. Native to Zimbabwe, where it grows in sandy or rocky...

The tuberous roots of this variety have a dark purple skin and a white flesh that is slightly pinkish just under the skin. This plant is much cultivated in South America for its tuberous, edible, sweet roots usually eaten like fruits. It can grow up to 2 m high. Leaves spatulate-deltoid, pubescent,...

Apocynaceae Perennial with tuberous roots, not very branched. Flowers star-shaped, yellow, in very showy umbrellas. Lance-shaped leaves. Easy and very ornamental. Full sunshine or half shade. South America. 14 cm pot

Leaves solitary, or rarely in pairs, up to 50 cm long, channelled, transversely striped, looking like tusks emerging from the soil. Flowers in dense inflorescences at soil level. Eastern Africa. Not hardy. Young plants. Bare root  16 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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Echidnopsis squamulata Near Taizz, Yemen (Apocynaceae)

Small succulent with snake-like, dark green stems. Flowers unusual, very utriculate, about 15 mm long, violet-brown. Rare. Single stem...

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Zephyranthes rosea (Amaryllidaceae)

Bulbous species. Leaves up to 15 cm × 6 mm, 4 per bulb. Flowers funnel-shaped, pink, up to 3 cm in diameter, on a 15 cm long stalk. Cuba....

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Huernia keniensis var. nairobensis x Huernia keniensis var. keniensis (Apocynaceae)

~~This plant has intermediate traits between the two varieties, particularly in the flowers. Stems prostrate, toothed, reddish-green....

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Huernia keniensis (Apocynaceae)

This is a very interesting species. Stems 5-12 cm long, sub-cylindric . Flowers bell-sahped, dark purple, papillose inside and streaked...

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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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Haworthia x cuspidata (Aloaceae)

~~This is a natural hybrid between H. cymbiformis and H. retusa. It has intermediate characteristics between both species. Leaves are very...

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