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Ixia maculata

$7.00
Ixia maculata (Iridaceae) It has orange to yellow flowers with a dark central ring and star-like center. Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn. 
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Ixia micrandra

$7.00
Ixia micrandra (Iridaceae) It has a short spike of 2 to 6 white to pink or mauve flowers with short exerted stamens and spreading tepals. Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn in a well drained medium. 
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Ixia odorata

$8.00
Ixia odorata (Iridaceae). It grows naturally in granite and sandstone slopes and reach a height of up to 60cm. The small lemon to sulphur-yellow flowers are clustered up to 12 at the end of the flower spike and appear in early summer. They are also sweetl 
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Ixia orientalis light purple

$7.00
Ixia orientalis light purple. 
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Ixia orientalis white

$7.00
Ixia orientalis white. 
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Ixia stricta

$8.50
Ixia stricta 
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Ixia strohiae

$8.00
Ixia strohiae 
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Kniphofia bruceae

$7.00
Kniphofia bruceae (Asphodelaceae) This Kniphofia was thought to be extinct untill it was rediscovered by Cameron McMaster some years ago. It is therefore rare in its natural habitat. Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Kniphofia linearifolia

$7.00
It is a robust Kniphofia which can grow up to 1,5m. The leaves are soft and basal, yellow to dull green, and are strongly keeled with finely tooth 
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Kniphofia northiae

$8.00
Kniphofia northiae (Asphodelaceae). It is a striking, huge species, makes dense, very large rosettes of broad, long, gray green leaves, and a tall inflorescence with orange red buds opening to pale yellow flowers. 
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Kniphofia rooperi

$6.00
Kniphofia rooperi (Asphodelaceae). The plants are tall and the large, flattened and wide flower-heads are rich orange-red with golden flowers at the base of the inflorescence. Grow in well-drained soil. Sowing : Sow seeds in summer in a well drained mediu 
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Kniphofia sarmentosa

$8.00
Kniphofia sarmentosa (Asphodelaceae). It has strap-shaped leaves and the flowers are reddish which become buff. They grow naturally in moist places in the winter rainfall areas. Sowing : The seed should be lightly covered and kept moist. The seed usually 
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Kniphofia uvaria

$5.50
Kniphofia uvaria (Asphodelaceae) The stately flowers provide a dramatic display, when grown in a space where the entire plant is visible. Make this planting space directly in front of an evergreen background, or as a 'stand alone' specimen, and it is sure 
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Lachenalia bulbifera

$3.50
Lachenalia bulbifera (Hyacinthaceae) One of the most stiking of all the Lachenalias. It is a variable species which may have one or two leaves which may be entirely green or marked with dark spots. The flowers can be bright red or orange, rarely yellow. S 
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Lachenalia calcicola

$7.00
Lachenalia calcicola 
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Lachenalia carnosa

$7.00
Lachenalia carnosa (Hyacinthaceae) It grows between rocks and sandy plains in the Western Cape. It has two bright green ovate leaves with depressed longitudinal veins on the upper surface. Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn. 
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Lachenalia congesta

$11.00
Lachenalia congesta (Hyacinthaceae). It is a dwarf species with two prostrate leaves and strong scented pale flowers. 
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Lachenalia contaminata

$7.00
Lachenalia contaminata. (Liliaceae). Wild Hyacinth, Groenviooltjie . It has bell-shaped white flowers with brown or red markings and is found in wet places. Sowing : The seeds are best sown in deep see 
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Lachenalia densiflora

$8.00
Lachenalia densiflora 
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Lachenalia elegans var suaveolens

$7.00
Lachenalia elegans var. suaveolens (Hyacinthaceae) Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn. 
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