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Argyroderma delaetii roseum

$4.00
Argyroderma deleatii f. roseum (Aizoaceae). Living rocks or stone Plants. They and are popular among cacti and succulent plant growers for their unique shapes and colorful flowers. What appeals to most people is the fact that the plants will often resembl 
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Argyroderma fissum

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Argyroderma fissum (Aizoaceae). This succulent forms a cluster of up to 8cm in diametre. The leaves are fused for two-thirds of their length to form cylindric, oblong leaf pairs, which taper slightly towards their bases. The tips are close together or may 
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Argyroderma halli

$6.00


Argyroderma patens

$19.00
Argyroderma patens. 
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Argyroderma pearsonii pink

$7.00
Argyroderma pearsonii pink 
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Argyroderma subalbum

$6.00


Argyroderma theartii

$8.50
Argyroderma theartii 
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Aridaria brevicarpa

$8.00
Aridaria brevicarpa 
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Bergeranthus jamesii

$4.00
Bergeranthus jamesii (Mesembryanthemaceae) It is a small succulent that forms dense clumps of narrow leaves with many yellow daisy-like flowers in summer. Grow in sun in well drained soil. The small scale makes it a nice trough plant. Hardy. Sowing : So 
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Bijlia cana

$5.50
Bijlia cana (Mesembryanthemaceae). Prince Albert Vygie. It is endemic to few sites in the Prince Albert area of South Africa's Great Karoo desert. Perennial clumping, mat forming succulents. Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Braunsia apiculata

$11.00
Braunsia apiculata. 
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Bulbine abyssinica

$7.00
Bulbine abyssinica (Asphodelaceae) bushy bulbine (E); geelkatstert(Afr); ibhucu (Z); intelezi (X); moetsa-mollo (S). It is a succulent, perennial herb which grows in small clusters. The soft, dark green leaves are erect grass-like and up to 350 mm long. S 
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Bulbine alooides

$4.00
Bulbine alooides (Asphodeloideae) It is short with attractive fleshy leaves and many small yellow flowers. It is quick to bloom from seed and flowers in late spring-early summer. Sowing : Seed should be sown in spring or during summer, in a well-drained s 
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Bulbine annua

$8.00
Bulbine annua (Asphodelaceae). Sowing : Sow seeds in a well drained medium. 
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Bulbine asphodeloides

$7.00
Bulbine asphodeloides. (Asphodelaceae). Sowing : Sow seeds in summer. 
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Bulbine frutescens

$4.50
Bulbine frutescens. 
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Bulbine frutescens orange

$5.00
Bulbine frutescens orange (Asphodelaceae). Stalked Bulbine (e), Rankkopieva (a). Hardy, vigorous, evergreen, spreading, drought resistant, perennial with succulent leaves and spikes of star-shaped, orange flowers throughout the year. Plant in full sun or 
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Bulbine frutescens white

$7.00
Bulbine frutescens white (Asphodelaceae). Stalked Bulbine (e), Rankkopieva (a). Hardy, vigorous, evergreen, spreading, drought resistant, perennial with succulent leaves and spikes of star-shaped, yellow, orange or white flowers throughout the year. Plant 
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Bulbine frutescens yellow

$4.50
Bulbine frutescens yellow. (Asphodelaceae). Stalked Bulbine (e), Rankkopieva (a). Hardy, vigorous, evergreen, spreading, drought resistant, perennial with succulent leaves and spikes of star-shaped, yellow flowers throughout the year. Plant in full sun or 
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Bulbine latifolia

$5.00
Bulbine latifolia. (Asphodelaceae) Rooiwortel (a). It is one of the largest species in the genus. It can be identified by its aloe-like growth, but with an absence of marginal teeth on the leaves and elongated racemes bearing small yellow flowers. It is e 
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