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Achimenes


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7 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Arisaema


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14 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Cultivation


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22 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Glory lilies


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7 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Hedychium


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10 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Orchids


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1 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Other aroids


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13 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Other ginger lilies


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15 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Palms


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1 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Speciality bulbs


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22 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2009

Traditional bulbs


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Colocasia esculenta Black Magic'Black Magic' is also an elephant's ear cultivar which has unusual purplish-black leaves. The mature tubers produces plants that can grow from 3 to 6 feet tall. The huge foliage is almost heart shaped. Produces flowers with cream yellow spathe. Very adaptable and they withstand snow and frost and the tubers go dormant.
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Amorphophallus bulbiferCertainly one of the most unusual, debatably beautiful and easiest of the Amorphophallus species to grow for beginner. Alternatively known as ‘Devils Tongue’ this interesting Aroid is worthy of place in any conservatory or mild climate. As with many Amorphophallus species the petiole pattern can be highly variable on bulbifer. The petiole is topped by a very ornamental divided leaf. To add to the excitement of this plant each leaf is edged with pink! The spathe is 10 to 15 cm long in shades of pink with green and brownish blotches. The standard size tubers being offered will produce foliage upto 1 meter tall.
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This highly branched rhizomatic plant grows upto 4 feet high originates from the eastern Himalayas. The deep purple to violet coloured flowers are produced below the leaf canopy. Flowers during summers. Leaves very ornamental too.
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Cooperanthus hortenis 'Snow White'A rare new albino form and first time release. Flowers in early autumn to produce 9 cm long, miniature amaryllis-like blooms of white flowers.
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Lilium nepalenseVery hardy and cold hardy. Large green coloured trumpet shaped flowers with a deep chocolate-brown throat. Highly recommended for woodland planting in temperate gardens.
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Arisame costatum cultivation
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Coming soon.
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Musa lateritaA very ornamental dwarf Musa that does not grow above 120-150 cm. Very attractive, salmon red bracts with yellow green tips. Green fruits that turn yellow on maturity. The thick glossy leaves are compact and non spreading and the midrib is reddish.

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Hemanthus multiflorus(Haemanthus multiflorus). Also known as ‘Football Lily’. Produces numerous blood red flowers in shape and almost the size of a football. Flowers come first and the leaves appear later. Good for pot-plants and gardens. A real treat for the eyes when flowering in mass.
Oct 12, 2009
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Zephyranthus citrina(Zephyranthus sulphuria): Lime yellow flowers.10-15 cm high. The Zephyranthus are called Indian Crocus or Rain Lilies because of their habit of flowering following the fall rains in their native habitat. Spring flowering, beautify your garden by planting them in mass. Also makes very good pot plants Oct 12, 2009
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Zephyranthus roseaRose pink flowers. 10 -15 cm high. The Zephyranthus are called Indian Crocus or Rain Lilies because of their habit of flowering following the fall rains in their native habitat. Spring flowering, beautify your garden by planting them in mass. Also makes very good pot plants Oct 12, 2009
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Hippestrelia Durga PradhanWay back in the 1960s Mr. Udai C. Pradhan (Research Partner of our Company) , made a bigeneric hybrid between Hippeastrum species x Sprekelia formosissima (Also known as Orchid Amaryllis or Aztec Lily) and named the plant after one of his late grandfather, Durga Shamsher Pradhan, founder of the Chandra Nursery in Sikkim. The hybrid turned out to be an intermediate between the two parents in every respect and inherited the orchid-look of its pollen parent. H. Durga Pradhan makes excellent pot-plant and when grown outdoors in milder climates.Oct 12, 2009
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Lycoris radiata4-6, deep red flowers borne on stems that are 50 -60cm long. Flowers during summers and the long lasting flowers. good for cut flowers.
Oct 12, 2009
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Manihot esculenta VareigataDuring dormancy this beautifully variegated form of the common cassava or tapioca plant produces thick tuberous roots which is edible. The plant grows upto 5 meters tall. This variegated form has showy decorative leaves with red petioles. Adds colour to your garden.
Oct 12, 2009
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(Star-of-Bethlehem) Long lasting cluster of white flowers which flowers successively for several weeks, borne on stems over 25 cm tall. Good for bedding, pot plant or cut flowers. Cold tolerant and blooms in late spring/summer.
Oct 12, 2009
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canna trinervia Nirvana VareigataVery large golden yellow flowers on plants with with variegated leaves.
Oct 12, 2009