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...

Clumping species. Stems short, densely branched, forming a close clump. Flowers star-shaped, densely papillose, light cream-white in colour blotched with red. Corolla tube internally striped with red. Angola, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It grows wild in granitic mountains at elevations of 1000 to 1500...

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   

~~ Also known as “zebra haworthia”, this plant has slender rosettes with leaves crossed by horizontal, rised, white stripes. The margin is smooth in the upper half. Uitenhage District and Albany District, Cape Province. Half-hardy.

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

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...

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Begonia subvillosa var. leptotricha (Begoniaceae)

~~Sub-shrub species. Leaves almost roundish or slightly longer and wing-shaped, glossy, slightly red below. Flowers white or pinkish-white,...

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Tulbaghia violacea (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Bulbous South-African plant, to 20-30 cm, evergreen, with long and narrow leaves and star-shaped, violet flowers in groups of 6-10....

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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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Platycodon grandiflorum (Campanulaceae)

~~Herbaceous species with fleshy roots. Stems herbaceous, up to 60 cm long, deciduous in winter. Leaves alternate, ovate-lanceolate,...

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Huernia keniensis (Apocynaceae)

This is a very beautiful species. Stems 5-12 cm long, pentagonal in section. Flowers bell-shaped, dark purple and papillose inside. Origin:...

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Euphorbia milii var. breonii (Euphorbiaceae)

Similar to the type species, but size larger, stems circular in section, spines and flowers bigger. Very beautiful and richly flowering....

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