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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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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
     
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