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Passiflora phoenicea

Every bit as spectacular as quadrangularis, with intense purple, red and deep violet flowers, which are very fragrant. Passiflora phoenicea is a bit less vigorous and coarse, and can be grown in a restricted space. Provided it has good light, rich compost and a min. of 42deg.F, it will produce a stunning display of enormous flowers in the autumn.

Passiflora phoenicea

£11.50

Passiflora x belottii

A very undemanding Passiflora for the cool greenhouse or conservatory, it produces attractive flowers up to 12cm. across for much of the summer and autumn. The flowers are very sweetly scented.

Passiflora x belottii

£9.00

Phaedranassa cinerea

This attractive bulb from Ecuador often flowers twice a year, and produces a reasonable number of offsets. Flowering size bulbs.

Phaedranassa cinerea

£12.00

Philesia magellanica

Philesia magellanica is a small, low growing shrub, and is closely related to Lapageria rosea. It has very similar deep rose, waxy flowers. It is reasonably hardy, and is best in a sheltered site in semi- shade, growing in peaty soil.

Philesia magellanica

£15.00

Reinwardtia indica

Reinwardtia indica deserves to be grown much more widely, giving a wonderful display of fragrant, 2½” bright yellow flowers from Sept. into the new year. Best grown in a pot, and taken outside for the summer to avoid attack from red spider mite. It can sometimes survive outside in a well sheltered spot, but will have a shortened flowering season.

Reinwardtia indica

£8.00

 

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