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Huernia hislopii (Apocynaceae)

Native species of Zimbabwe where it grows on granite rock outcrops. Angular stems of green-purplish color with well evident tubercles....

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Duvalia caespitosa x Huernia zebrina (Apocynaceae)

Interspecific hybrid characterized by short and stocky stems of a soft green color, a little reddened, with short tubercles. Flowers 3-4 cm...

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Huernia x hybrida VC8 \’Coriandoli\’ (Apocynaceae)

Huernia maccoyi hybrid characterized by 5-6 cm long stems with very developed tubercles. Flowers about 2 cm in diameter, papillose,...

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Crinum mauritianum (Amaryllidaceae)

This species is native to the Mauritius wetlands. It was considered extinct and then rediscovered in 1973. It is an evergreen bulbous with...

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Hoya stoneana (Apocynaceae)

Hanging species with thin and very branched stems. Lanceolate, fleshy leaves. Small, white flowers gathered in umbels of 15-20 small...

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Huernia x hybrida VC7 \’Rossella\’ (Apocynaceae)

Hybrid of Huernia thuretii characterized by stems up to 10 cm long, clusters, slightly tuberculous. Star-shaped flowers with a diameter of...

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Aechmea gamosepala (Bromeliaceae)

Epiphytic species from southern Brazil forests characterized by rosettes with funnel-shaped leaves. Thin and flexible leaves 25-55 cm...

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Hoffmannia x hybrida \’Fantasia\’ (Rubiaceaae)

Horticultural hybrid between Hoffmannia ghiesbreghtii and Hoffmannia roezlii. Stems up to 1 m tall, with a quadrangular section,...

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Achimenes misera (Gesneriaceae)

Winter resting, rhizomatous species up to 20 cm tall. Leaves 6 x 3.5 cm, ovate, toothed and pubescent. Axillary flowers, bell-shaped, 1 cm...

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Achimenes grandiflora (Gesneriaceae)

Rhizomatous species up to 45 cm tall, winter dormancy. Leaves ovate-lanceolate, up to 15 cm long, toothed on the margin, shiny, sparsely...

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Begonia egregia (Begoniaceae)

Evergreen species native to Brazil up to 1 meter tall and over. This begonia produces very long, rarely branched and bare stems with a tuft...

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Moraea sisyrinchium (Iridaceae)

Small bulbous native to the Mediterranean region. Linear, ribbon-like leaves, up to 50 cm long. Flowers similar to a small Iris,...

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NERINE FLEXUOSA (Amaryllidaceae)

Evergreen South-African bulbous species. Leaves linear, 40-50 cm long and 1-2 cm wide. Inflorescences carried by long stalks that are up to...

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HABRANTHUS TUBISPATHUS VAR. ROSEA (Amaryllidaceae)

This bulbous species is native to South America (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay). Leaves narrow, ribbon-like, evergreen, up to 30...

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Begonia masoniana (Begoniaceae)

Rhizomatous species that is native to New Guinea. Leaves almost roundish, up to 20 cm in diameter, cordate at their base and pointed at...

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Begonia solimutata (Begoniaceae)

Herbaceous species that is native to Brazil (Parà). Leaves roundish, about 10 cm in diameter, rough, green with large radial bronze-red...

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Begonia imperialis (Begoniaceae)

This rhizomatous species is native to Mexico. Leaves 10-15 cm in diameter, almost roundish, cordate at their base, densely covered with...

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Begonia x hybrida \’Cleopatra\’ (Begoniaceae)

Garden hybrid with aerial creeping rhizomes. Leaves with a long, green spotted with red petiole. Leaf blade palmate, green strongly spotted...

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Begonia mazae f. nigricans (Begoniaceae)

This species has an aerial, thin, creeping rhizome. Leaves almost roundish, 12.5 x 8 cm, cordate at their base and acute at apex, brown...

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Tradescantia pallida \’Purpurea\’ (Setcreasea purpurea) (Commelinaceae)

This species has herbaceous, procumbent stems that are often deciduous in winter, particularly in colder zones. Leaves stem-wrapping,...

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Callisia fragrans (Commelinaceae)

This is a Mexican stoloniferous species. Leaves up to 30 x 7 cm, almost triangular, amplexicaul, shiny green above and red below, arranged...

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KOHLERIA BOGOTENSIS (Gesneriaceae)

This species is native to Colombia and has underground scaly rhizomes. Stems 30-40 cm long, often procumbent or creeping. Leaves ovate,...

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Kohleria hirsuta (Gesneriaceae)

Species with underground scaly rhizomes. Stems up to 30 cm long, deciduous in winter. Leaves ovate, green, toothed at the margin,...

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KOHLERIA WARSZEWICZII (KOHLERIA DIGITALIFLORA) (Gesneriaceae)

Colombian species with underground scaly rhizomes. Stems erect, hairy, up to 60 cm long, evergreen. Leaves large, ovate, soft and velvety,...

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CRYPTANTHUS BROMELIOIDES \\’CAFÉ AU LAIT\\’ (Bromeliaceae)

Clumping species. Leaves 10-20 cm in length, pinkish-brown in colour, waved along their margin. Inflorescences up to 40 cm in length;...

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(Bromeliaceae)

This species has monocarpic clumping rosettes (each rosette dies after flowering, but new basal offsets are produced) and grows wild in...

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Begonia mazae (Begoniaceae)

This species with creeping rhizomes is native to Mexico. Stems up to 45 cm long, erect or more or less procumbent. Leaves ovate, acuminate...

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Kleinia pendula (Asteraceae)

Succulent species native of the subdesertic areas of north-center Africa and Yemen. Secculent pendulous or creeping stems withouth leaves....

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Tectiris tectorum (Iris tectorum) (Iridaceae)

~~This species belongs to the subgenus Evansia and is native to central and south-western China. Stout rhizome. Leaves thin, 30 x 2-2.5 cm...

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Aspidistra daibuensis ‘Totally Dotty’ BSWJ 3236 (Convallariaceae)

~~This species is native to the Taiwanese forests. Leaves 45-50 × 8-12 cm, lanceolate, dark green densely covered with large white spots....

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Campanula latifolia (Campanulaceae)

  This herbaceous species is winter resting and has fleshy roots. Leaves ovate-oblong, strongly serrate, with a long petiole....

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Clivia gardenii (Amaryllidaceae)

This clivia species originates in the eastern South African coast. Leaves are ribbon-like, about 50 cm long and 4 cm wide, evergreen....

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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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Echidnopsis x hybrida VC1 (Apocynaceae)

Hybrid of Echidnopsis cereiformis with erect stems and tubercles that are not very evident (stems are almost smooth). Flowers apical,...

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Echidnoposis x hybrida VC4 (Apocynaceae)

This hybrid was obtained in our nursery from Echidnopsis globosa. Stems creeping, strong, with roundish tubercles. Flowers apical,...

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Agave ferdinandi-regis (Asparagaceae)

~~Mexican species that makes small rosettes. Leaves up to 13 cm long, with longitudinal horny stripes and with a black apical thorn that is...

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Kalanchoe beharensis ‘Fang’ (Crassulaceae)

~~Succulent shrub being very unusual and ornamental. Leaves succulent, rhombic, about 10 cm in size, covered with golden-grey velvet, with...

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Freesia viridis (Iridaceae)

South-African species in the Iridaceae family with sward-like leaves that are arranged in a fan. Inflorescences erect or arched, bearing 10...

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Casimiroa edulis (Rutaceae)

~~Tree, up to 16 m in height. Leaves palmate-compound, formed by 5 leaflets. Leaflets oblanceolate, up to 12.5 cm in length. Flowers small,...

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Cybistetes longifolia (Ammocharis falcata) (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Deciduous bulbous species. Native to the Western Cape Province. Bulb ovoidal, 10 cm in diameter by 15 cm in length. Leaves 35 x 1 cm,...

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Zephyranthes reginae (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Mexican bulbous species. Bulb subspherical. Leaves ribbon-like, light green in colour. Flowers solitary, bell-shaped, light yellow....

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Zephyranthes candida (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Bulbous species, native to the Plata River swamps between Uruguay and Argentina. Bulb 2.5 cm in diameter. Leaves 30 x 0.3 cm, evergreen,...

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Urginea hesperidae (Asparagaceae)

~~Bulbous species from the Canary Islands. Bulb spherical, underground. Leaves sword-like, glossy green in colour. Leaves appear after...

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Drimiopsis maculata (Asparagaceae)

Description not available. 12 cm pot

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Cyrtanthus brachysciphus (Amaryllidaceae)

Bulbous evergreen. Thin ribbon-like leaves. Tubular, pendulous, dark orange flowers. Inflorescence flowers at the apex of a long flower...

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Ammocharis coranica (Amaryllidaceae)

Description not available. 1 bulb.

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Stapelia x hybrida (Apocynaceae)

~~Stapelia hybrid obtained in our nursery. Stems erect or procumbent, square in section, toothed and velvety. Flowers rather large (15-20...

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Haworthia glauca var. glauca (Aloaceae)

~~Leaves 2-3 cm long, glaucous, arranged in a crown on the stem. South Africa (Cape Province). Well drained soil. Half shade or full...

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Dianthus plumarius (Dianthus lumnitzeri) (Caryophyllaceae)

~~Herbaceous perennial, up to 40 cm high, cushion-shaped. Leaves narrow, glaucous-green, pointed. Flowers large, scented, solitary. Petals...

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Platycodon grandiflorum f.ma alba (Campanulaceae)

~~Herbaceous perennial up to 70 cm high. Leaves ovate-lanceolate, toothed. Flowers 6-7 cm in diameter, bell-shaped, white. Hardy. In Winter...

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Habranthus tubispathus (Habranthus andersonii) (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Bulbous species. Leaves linear, up to 15 cm long. Flowers solitary, yellow with darker stripes outside. Origin: Argentina, southern...

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Habranthus robustus (Amaryllidaceae)

~~Bulbous species. Leaves linear, up to 30 cm long. Flowers solitary, almost erect, up to 9 cm long, bright pink in colour. Origin:...

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Yucca baccata (Asparagaceae)

~~Stem not present or procumbent and up to 1.5 m long. Leaves dark green, up to 75 cm long, with filiferous reddish margins and a pungent...

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Peperomia polybotrya (Piperaceae)

~~ Stems succulent, up to 25 cm high. Leaves fleshy, peltate, roundish-ovate, acuminate at apex, 9 cm in diameter. Colombia and Peru. Very...

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Parodia ottonis (Notocactus ottonis) (Cactaceae)

~~Small globose-depressed cactus being ribbed and about 5 cm in diameter. Spines numerous, brown. Flower yellow with red stigma, about 5 cm...

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Opuntia rufida var. minor (Cactaceae)

~~Species with pads that are obovate, slender, 5-10 cm long, olive-green, densely covered with brownish-red glochids. Usually it keeps a...

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Opuntia cfr. ovata (Cactaceae)

~~Small prostrate opuntia with almost cylindrical, slightly flat, segments. Spines very numerous, short and strong, red in colour....

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Gymnocalycium gibbosum P97 (Cactaceae)

~~Globose cactus being about 5 cm in diameter. Dark grey-green. Large tubercles with stout spines. Flowers white, about 6 cm in size. Easy....

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Cercis chinensis (Fabaceae)

~~ Very ornamental shrub with heart-shaped leaves and numerous purple flowers appearing directly on the bark of the branches. More...

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Iris mesopotamica (Iridaceae)

Bearded iris. Leaves green, slightly glaucescent, 5 cm in width. Flowers stems up to 120 cm, branched. Flowers light blue, with a pinkish...

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Campanula portenschlagiana Biokovo, Creta (Campanulaceae)

Small, cushion-like, procumbent species. Leaves sub-orbicular, crenate at margins. Flowers small, campanulate, erect, lavender-purple in...

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Ajuga reptans ‘Atropurpurea’ (Lamiaceae)

Herbaceous perennial forming dwarf clumps close to the soil. Leaves spathulate, intensely dark purple-red in colour. Leaves are darker in...

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Huernia andreaeana Kenya (Apocynaceae)

Soloniferous species. It produces long stems that are toothed and light green spotted with red. Stems can creep much and root wherever they...

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Stapelianthus decaryi (Apocynaceae)

Stems blackish-brown, about 6 mm in diameter, with fine teeth, creeping, very dense. Flowers small, campanulate, pale brown spotted with...

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Sansevieria singularis (Sansevieria fischeri) (Dracenaceae)

Leaves solitary, or rarely in pairs, up to 50 cm long, channelled, transversely striped, looking like tusks emerging from the soil. Flowers...

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Rhodophiala bifida (Amaryllidaceae)

Very beautiful bulbous species with a Summer-Autumn flowering. Leaves linear, obtuse. Flowers in groups of 2-6, funnel-shaped, up to 5-7 cm...

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Rhipsalis houlletiana (Lepismium houlletianum) (Cactaceae)

Stems flat, toothed at margins, half-procumbent. Flowers white, bell-shaped, sexile, pendulous. Flowering occurs in March and February....

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Polymnia sonchifolia ‘Morado’(Smallanthus sonchifolius ’Morado’) (Asteraceae)

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...

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Nolina lindheimerana (Asparagaceae)

Caudex not present or very small. Leaves grass-like, up to 90 cm long, with entire apex. Origin: Texas. 14 cm pot  

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Huernia pendula (Apocynaceae)

Species whose stems are cylindrical and slender, pendulous or creeping, rooting at contact with the soil. The flowers have lobes that are...

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Hoya meliflua ssp. fraterna (Apocynaceae)

Strong climber. Leaves fleshy, elliptical-lanceolate, up to 30 cm long. Large and dense panicles carrying about 20 flowers. Flowers 2.5 cm...

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Hatiora salicornioides (Cactaceae)

Small epiphytic succulent shrub. Stem very branched, formed by numerous segments, each one of them looks like an inverted bottle. Flowers...

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Eugenia myrtifolia (Myrtaceae)

Myrtaceae Unusual evergreen shrub up to 3-4 m high and cultivated for its fruits that looks like cherries and are magenta or dark pink...

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Asclepias curassavica ’Yellow Flowers’ (Apocynaceae)

Apocynaceae Perennial with tuberous roots, not very branched. Flowers star-shaped, yellow, in very showy umbrellas. Lance-shaped leaves....

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Arum cirenaicum Vamvakades, Crete (Araceae)

1 tuber (from may to october) 16 cm pot

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