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Arisaema fields327 views
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Curcuma roscoeana323 viewsOrange coloured bracts about 10 cm tall and lasts for over two months on the plant. The cone like inflorescence of brilliant orange bracts appear during August and last well into October. The rhizomes must be kept dry during December-March. Very good for cutflowers.
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Exhibition at the 18th WOC320 views
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Arisaema barnesii320 views
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Arisaema concinnum318 viewsA good hardy Arisaema to start with for the amateur grower. Very elegant, umbrella-like foliage with purple or green striped flowers. Cold tolerant.
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Curcuma Indian Surprise316 views
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Lilium nepalense cultivation313 views
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Globba winitii Mt. Everest310 viewsMagnificent selection of the white colour form of Globba winitii propagated through tissue culture. Easy to grow, it makes excellent pot plant flowering through summer. The flowers last for more than six weeks and can be used equally well as long lasting cut-flowers. Extremely good for landscaping and for cutflower use.
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Tacca integrifolia301 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 Album297 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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Achimenanths Himalayan Sunshine294 views
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Arisaema consanguineum cultivation293 views
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