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Scadoxus katherinae

Moved from the genus Haemanthus because it has a rhizome, Scadoxus katherinae has lush foliage surmounted by a rose scarlet flower head, about 7” across. Best in a min. of 45Deg.F.

Scadoxus katherinae

£11.50

Scadoxus membranaceus

Altogether much smaller than other Scadoxus, the leaves stand about 9" tall and the 3" flower head is carried clear of the leaves. A few available late 2005.

Scadoxus membranaceus

£6.00

Scadoxus puniceus

Originally, Haemanthus magnificus and known as “The Royal Paintbrush”, Scadoxus puniceus has a spectacular 5” orange scarlet flower head on a stout 12 – 16” stem. The flower head is set off by the bright yellow pollen on a mass of anthers. Best in a min. of 45 deg.F.

Scadoxus puniceus

£11.50

Schizostylis coccinea

Extremely valuable, hardy South African plant giving a spectacular display from late summer into Nov., requires full sun, shelter from wind and some moisture during summer. Plants are raised from seed to minimize virus problems. Colours range from scarlet, salmon pink, very pale blush pink to white, which is less vigorous than the other colours. 1.5L pot with several rhizomes.

Schizostylis coccinea

£3.95

Sprekelia formosissima

This attractive bulb from Mexico is a close relative of the Hippeastrum and should be treated similarly. The bright red flower is about 15cm. from top to bottom. It tends to produce a mass of offsets.

Sprekelia formosissima

£6.00

 

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