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Romulea flava

$7.00
Romulea flava. 
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Romulea rosea

$7.00
Romulea rosea. 
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Schizocarpus nervosa(Scilla nervosa)

$8.00
Scilla nervosa. 
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Sparaxis grandiflora sp violaceae

$8.50
Sparaxis grandiflora sp violaceae. 
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Sparaxis parviflora

$8.00
Sparaxis parviflora 
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Sparaxis villosa

$7.00
Sparaxis villosa (Iridaceae) It has small cream to yellow flowers. The hooded top segment is flushed violet. Sowing : Sow seed in a seed tray in autumn, preferably in a sterilized medium of equal parts river or industrial sand and fine compost or loam. Co 
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Stellarioides longibracteatum dwarf (Ornithogalum caudatum)

$7.00
Ornithogalum caudatum dwarf (Liliaceae) The pregnant onion. The bulb is large smooth, opalescent, pale apple-green, and sit on top of the medium and will reach up to 10 cm in diameter. When larger produce bulbils on their sides. The leaves are strap-like, 
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Thuranthos basuticum(Urginea basutica)

$4.00
Thuranthos basuticum. (Hyacinthaceae) Previously called Urginea basuticum. The bulb is fairly large. The flower spike appear in early summer and is up to 70cm high with the flowers spaced to the top 1/4. The color of the flower is a greenish brown. 
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Tritonia flabellifolia

$8.00
Tritonia flabellifolia 
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Tritoniopsis lata

$7.00
Tritoniopsis lata 
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Tulbaghia alliacea

$8.00
Tulbaghia alliacea 
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Veltheimia capensis

$28.00
Veltheimia capensis (Hyacinthaceae). forest lily(e), sandui (a) It has glaucous or grayish leaves and is deciduous. The outer bulb tunics of this species are papery. It is autumn and winter flowering with reddish pink flowers that produce attractive red i 
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Wachendorfia multiflora

$7.00
Wachendorfia multiflora (Haemodoraceae). The flowers are a dull yellow to bronze and they love growing in sandstone flats. Sowing : Seed is sown in autumn, in deep (minimum 10 cm) trays in any good seedling mix and kept permanently moist. 
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Watsonia aphrodite

$4.00
Watsonia aphrodite 
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Watsonia knysnana PINK

$10.00
Watsonia knysnana (Iridaceae) It grows naturally on sandstone slopes and flats. It is fairly tall with sword shaped leaves that grows in a fan shape. The flowers vary from red, purple to pink and appear in spring to late summer. 
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Watsonia pillansii

$7.00
Watsonia pillansii. 
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Watsonia rogersii

$7.00
Watsonia rogersii - light pink. (Iridaceae) It grows up to 50cm high. The flower spikes are normally single upright and the flowers are a bright pink. This strain have light pink flowers. Sowing : 
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Watsonia schlechteri

$7.00
Watsonia schlechteri (Iridaceae) It grows on rocky sandstone slopes in fynbos over a wide area of the Cape Province. Flowering mainly after fire, this species grows from 40 to 100 cm high and has scarlet flowers in an elongate spike. Sowing : Seed is sow 
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Zantedeschia aethiopica

$5.00
Zantedeschia aethiopica 
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