Stems round in section, finely covered with low square tubercles, similar to the echidnopsis ones, about 1 cm in diameter, 5-7 cm long, with underground stolons. Flowers white finely red-marbled, bell-shaped, with triangular open lobes, with very prominent papillae. Rare. South Africa (Eastern...

Native species of Zimbabwe where it grows on granite rock outcrops. Angular stems of green-purplish color with well evident tubercles. Five-lobed, cream-white flowers strongly mottled with red, with a diameter of about 4 cm. Lobes slightly revolute. Easy to grow, it needs a well-drained soil,...

Stems flat, toothed at margins, half-procumbent. Flowers white, bell-shaped, sexile, pendulous. Flowering occurs in March and February. Native of Brazil, where it grows wild on trees in montane forests over 1000 m in elevation. Cutting Bare root 12 cm pot

The only stapeliad with true, fleshy and well developed leaves (caducous in the dry season). Stems creeping, cylindrical. Flowers star-shaped, with short lobes, brown-red in colour with some yellow spots. North-western India (Poona and Maharashtra). Very rare and unusual. Half shade in Summer. Keep...

Stems blackish-brown, about 6 mm in diameter, with fine teeth, creeping, very dense. Flowers small, campanulate, pale brown spotted with red-brown. Rare and ornamental. Madagascar. Cutting  Rooted cutting  

This hybrid was obtained in our nursery from Echidnopsis globosa. Stems creeping, strong, with roundish tubercles. Flowers apical, bell-shaped, brick-red in colour, 0.5 cm in diameter. Beautiful and interesting. Half shade. Well drained medium that must be completely dry in...

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Sansevieria parva clone 1 (Dracenaceae)

Very clumping species having long, thin, creeping rhizomes, with leaves being not very succulent, very lanceolate, erect, in tufts, dark...

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Echidnopsis × hybrida ‘Fernando’ (Apocynaceae)

New hybrid obtained in our nursery from Echidnopsis ciliata. Stems strong, reaching 50 cm in length by 10 mm in diameter. Stems are...

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Haworthia glabrata (Aloaceae)

Leaves light green, leathery, lanceolate, covered with tubercles of the same colour. Flowers white. Probably it’s a hybrid originated in...

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Plectranthus socotranum (Lamiaceae)

Small, succulent, very clumping shrub. Leaves galucous green in colour, opposite, fleshy, roundish. Very aromatic. Flowers bilabiate....

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Pterocactus tuberosus (Cactaceae)

Unusual tuberous cactus with large and showy yellow flowers. Stem cylindrical, metallic brown, downy. Branches detach easily, root and...

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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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