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Albuca canadense

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Albuca canadense (Hyacinthaceae). The flowers are white with a green stripe, nodding or drooping with somewhat succulent leaves that are rigid and deeply channeled. It is winter growing with a very short summer dormancy and flowers in late winter and spri 
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Albuca cooperii

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Albuca cooperii. (Hyacinthaceae). The plants can reach a height of 60cm. It prodices 2-3, slender leaveswhich are warty at the base. the flowers are nodding, yellow with green keels and about 15-25mm long. They appear in springtime. 
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Albuca excuviata

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Albuca excuviata. 
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Albuca flaccida

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It is a bulbous perennial growing flowering stems to heights varying between 40 cm and 1 m. The three to five fleshy channelled leaves are grey-green, long, tapering to their tips and clasping the stem at the base. The species is winter growing, summer do 
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Albuca glandulosa

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Albuca glandulosa (Hyacinthaceae). 
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Albuca longifolia

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Albuca longifolia 
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Albuca setosa LARGE

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Albuca setosa large (Hyacinthaceae). Indigenous to South Africa where it grows widespread. White, upward facing flowers have a broad green stripe along the middle of each petal. Fleshy, bright green leaves emerge with the flowers in the spring and die ba 
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Albuca setosa medium

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Albuca setosa medium 
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Albuca shawii

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Albuca shawii (Hyacinthaceae). Lantern Flower (e), Lanternblom (a) Hardy, attractive, deciduous, bulbous plant with bright green, long, very narrow, sticky leaves that smell of liquorice when crushed. It has spikes of pendulous, scented, yellow flowers fr 
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Aloe affinis

$28.00
Aloe affinis. 
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Aloe arborescens red

$8.00
Aloe arborescens red. (Aloaceae) krantz aloe (English), kransaalwyn (Afrikaans), ikalene (Xhosa), inkalane or umhlabana (Zulu). A multiheaded Aloe that reaches a height of 2-3m. The grey green leaves are arranged in attractive rosettes. The leaf margins a 
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Aloe broomii

$5.50
Aloe broomii 
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Aloe candelabra

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Aloe candelabra 
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Aloe castanea

$7.00
Aloe castanea (Aloaceae) (Cat's Tail Aloe). It usually forms a small tree with a single main trunk at ground level with several spreading branches higher up. Leaves are fairly long with the older leaves persisting along the trunk providing a "skirt". Marg 
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Aloe castellorum

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Aloe castellorum 
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Aloe ecklonis

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Aloe ecklonis. 
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Aloe ferox

$6.00
Aloe ferox - Bitter Aloe (e), Bitteraalwyn (a), iNhalaba (z), Khala (x) This single stemmed, hardy Aloe has large, attractive, succulent leaves with dark brown spines on the margins. They turn dull red under drought conditions. The beautiful spikes of tub 
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Aloe gariepensis

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Aloe gariepensis. (Aloaceae) Up to 1m high with a short erect stem. Leaves have a characteristic striped appearance. Unbranched inflorescence up to 1,2 m high with yellow flowers. 
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Aloe hereroensis

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Aloe hereroensis (Aloaceae) It usually grows a single rosette, but may branch into clumps of up to three similar ones. The lower leaf surface is characteristically spotted, especially in young plants, whilst the upper one is clear of such spots, distingui 
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Aloe lineata

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Aloe lineata (Aloaceae). Short trunk aloe. Compact medium-sized rosettes form on a stem that can be up to 2 meters in height. The stems are usually single and they are covered with the remains of old leaves. Leaves are a bluish-green color with fine stri 
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