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Hippeastrum vittatum

From seed originally collected in Southern Ecuador, these bulbs produce their magnificent flowers, up to 8” across in spring. The flowers are white, each petal overlaid with two red stripes. Hippeastrum vittatum was used extensively in breeding the large flowered Dutch hybrids.

Hippeastrum vittatum

£6.75

Iris tectorum

Very large blue flowers with a hint of mauve. This, as the Iris below, is a Chinese woodlander. It appreciates plenty of humus in the soil, and to be grown in semi shade. I grow both Irises in a frost free glasshouse and have not tried them outside.

Iris tectorum

£4.75

Iris wattii

Similar to Iris confusa, but much larger in all parts. About 50 pale lavender flowers, 4” across are carried on a 3’ stem over a period of a month or more, each flower only lasting a couple of days. This is the form sold in Europe, and is possibly a hybrid.

Iris wattii

£4.75

Ixia Viridiflora

Grown for its stems of 2” flowers in a unique colour , which could be described as a cross between jade green and electric blue, set off by midnight blue eyes. Easy to flower if grown in a pot under glass in good light. 3 corms in a pot.

Ixia Viridiflora

£5.00

Kniphofia parviflora

Kniphofia parviflora is a rare, attractive member of the genus. About 12” high, with bright yellow flowers, it resembles a cyrtanthus. Pot with 3 corms.

Kniphofia parviflora

£4.50

 

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