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1212 viewsEarlier known as Lilium giganteum. This is probably the most magnificent plant from the Himalayan Region. The flower stems of this majestic plant is cut and united using it as a pipe to carry water in the villages. They have gigantic heart shaped leaves with a metallic sheen and grow upto 50 cm long. The tall. thick spikes produce numerous pure white flowers with purplish-maroon throat each measuring 15-18 cm long . A highly recommended, cold hardy garden plant. Excellent woodland planting material for cold areas.
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854 viewsThis 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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Lilium longiflorum792 viewsThe stem grows upto 200 cm tall supporting a large white, fragrant trumpet shaped flower.

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Tupistra nutans412 views
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Begonia 406 viewsThis Begonia tolerates a lot of cold and with its magnificent leaves and yellow flowers its a must for any collection. The leaves are about 12 to 14 cm across and the about 14 to 16 cm tall.
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Tacca chanterii322 views(Black Bat Flower). The rather weird looking 12 - 15 cm inflorescence arises during summer from a rhizome bearing 3 to 4 shiny, ribbed, green leaves that are very ornamental. The plant grows to a height of about 50 cm tall. In colder climates they make excellent pot plants if planted indoors in well-drained loam. The long lasting inflorescence are also good as cutflowers. Taccas are often referred to as Bat Flowers or Devil’s Whiskers.

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Tacca integrifolia285 viewsThe most impressive of all the Taccas (We say it the mots incredible plant on the planet). This monster can reach a height of over 1.75 m tall. The white flower bracts with deer purple lines can measure 30 cm across. The most amazing part is the many whiskers which can be more than 1 m long. No wonder its called the “Devil’s Whiskers”. For all tropical and sub-tropical plant lovers with the space and the proper growing conditions this is a “must have” in your collection.
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Crinum Moorei Album272 viewsCalled egg-flowers locally, the buds resemble eggs before opening. Flowers borne on tall stout spikes are milky white. Sub tropical, but very adaptable and can tolerate cold.

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249 viewsOne of the most colorful plant on this planet and a relative of the banana family. The pendulous inflorescence reaches 3 feet and lasts for over 10 weeks makes excellent cut flowers too. Summer flowering.
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Cardiocrinum giganteum245 viewsEarlier known as Lilium giganteum. This is probably the most magnificent plant from the Himalayan Region. The flower stems of this majestic plant is cut and united using it as a pipe to carry water in the villages. They have gigantic heart shaped leaves with a metallic sheen and grow upto 50 cm long. The tall. thick spikes produce numerous pure white flowers with purplish-maroon throat each measuring 15-18 cm long . A highly recommended, cold hardy garden plant. Excellent woodland planting material for cold areas.
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Begonia 218 viewsCold hardy. The leaves are about 6 cm long and a very compact plant. Flower buds are dark pink in colour and when open is rose pink with beautiful display of yellow pollen. Flowers in bunches and very long lasting. The stem is dark pink and 6-8 cm high. Goes dormant during winters.
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