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    Allium callimischon ssp callimischon OP212023

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    Allium callimischon ssp callimischon OP212023

    Ex. Greece, Peloponnese, lefktron.

    This subspcies is much taller and slender than subs. haemostictum from Crete.

    we will have fresh seeds as well in December

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Allium callimischon ssp. haemostictum

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    Allium callimischon ssp. haemostictum

    Ex. Crete,

    A showy autumnal subsp. from Crete where it grows mainly on walls in some of the gorges. It blooms over few weeks starting early October. Easy.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Allium gomphrenoides

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    Allium gomphrenoides

    A most floriferous  species endemic to Greece. Although its small measurements, only 8-15cm it produces quite showy clumps. Excellent for the rock garden or in a pot.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Allium roseum

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    Allium roseum

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    A lovely, large flowered form. Produces bulbils.

    Ex AGS seed exchange

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Arisarum simorrhinum OP214311

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    Arisarum simorrhinum OP214311

    Ex. Spain; Andalusia, Puerto del Higueron

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Arisarum vulgare

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    Arisarum vulgare

    Ex. Crete

    This form has nicely marked leaves.

    Looking good in a large pan.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Arum dioscoridis var. syriacum OP29234

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    Arum dioscoridis var. syriacum OP29234

    We can offer this year juvenile tubers of this stunning species.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Arum pictum 'Green Spath'

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    Arum pictum ‘Green Spath’

    An exceptionlly rare and beautiful form with yellow-green spath.

    Found originally in Malorca.

    Not available this year 

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    Bellevalia sitiaca OP212027

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    Bellevalia sitiaca OP212027

    Rare, little known species from Eastern Crete. Ii grows in rock crevices on walls near the coast.  Quite a showy species.

    We finally can offer few bulbs this year.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Biarum angustatum OP212014

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    Biarum angustatum OP212014

    An elegant species growing in coastal Israel and Syria,. It is the first Biarum species to bloom in the region. Flowers are reddish-purple. Spath is nicely spotted on its outer side.

    First time offered!

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Biarum marmariense

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    Biarum marmariense

    Another little jewel from SE Turkey. This species flowers in autumn and has creamy flowers finely marked pink. This selected clone has particularly large flowers. Excellent for growing in pots.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Biarum tenuifolium ssp. zelbori OP28328

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    Biarum tenuifolium ssp. zelbori OP28328

    Ex. Turkey; Labranda

    This species grows in SW Turkey and in the Islands of Rhodes, Crete and Kos.

    Usually in rock pockets and crevices but also in open fields and pine forests.

    Tends to form clumps.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Colchicum stevenii

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    Colchicum stevenii

    A cheerful small species from the Eastern Mediterranean and Turkey. Appears just days after the first rain, this species is very variable in color, flowers size and forms. It multiplies fast and a good seeder.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Crocus hyemalis

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    Crocus hyemalis

    This beautiful and desirable species from the eastern Mediterranean is a winter flowering species. It has white petals often tinged purple on the outside. Styles are highly divided, Orange or yellow color. The showy anthers are black in color.
    First time offered at a reduced price. Plants selected from various collections.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Crocus niveus

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    Crocus niveus

    Originated in the Peloponnese where it is endemic, this species is definitely one of the largest and showiest species to have. We offer bulbs form our different collections some are really giants. Wonderful for naturalizing in a mild garden with dry summers

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Crocus pallasii pallasii OP21024

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    Crocus pallasii pallasii OP21024

    The form that grows in the Upper Galilee region and S. Lebanon, it has mauve colored petals often with darker veins.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Crocus veneris

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    Crocus veneris

    Small Crocus endemic to Cyprus, flowering size corms.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Cyclamen alpinum

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    Cyclamen alpinum

    A little jewel from SW Turkey. Easily recognized by its propeller like flowers. Despite its fragile appearance it is quite a tough species.

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    Cyclamen persicum var. autumnale

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    Cyclamen persicum var. autumnale

    The autumnal flowering form of the species, in my opinion merits a subspecies status. It is growing in S. Lebanon, W. Syria, Jordan Israel and Palestine.
    Flowering season starts in mid October to last till early December. Leaves appear after the plant received some rain or dew. In cultivation it is better kept completely dry during summer than start watering it after the flowers have finished.
    It is shy to set seeds.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Ferraria divaricata arenosa

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    Ferraria divaricata arenosa

    A south African species, flowers quite similar t the more known F. crispa but has  quite different growth habit. Leaves are  rigid, erect, narrow. Need to be controlled in the garden as it may  cover large areas due to very effective stolons.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Freesia lechtlinii

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    Freesia lechtlinii

    Originally from South Africa but naturalized in many parts of the Mediterranean,

    this species is highly scented and spreads quickly in the garden.

    Excellent for a pot full.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Freesia viridis

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    Freesia viridis

    Curious small species from South Africa, Easy.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Fritillaria acmopetala OP212022

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    Fritillaria acmopetala OP212022

    Ex. Turkey; Antalya province; W. of Kemer

    This species is about 35cm. Flowers are quite large. Blooming in early March.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Fritillaria rhodia OP28144

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    Fritillaria rhodia OP28144

    Finally we can offer bulbs of this special species endemic to the Rhodes – Greece

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Gladiolus carmineus

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    Gladiolus carmineus

    A curios species from South Africa differing from other Galdiolus by being an autumnal flowering.
    It produces first the flower stems with large flowers in different shades of pink. Lovely in a pot or a rock garden in mild areas.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Hyacinthoides lingulata

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    Hyacinthoides lingulata

    Syn. Scilla lingulata

    A little jewel native to Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco.

    Only about 5cm tall. excellent for making a pot full.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Iris filifolia

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    Iris filifolia

    Ex Spain; Malaga ;Sierra de Mijas.

    A  favorite. 60 cm, slender and most elegant species with the deepest Purple-violet color.

    Will clump rapidly in a sunny spot in a mile climate  garden.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Iris lineolata

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    Iris lineolata

    Iris acutiloba ssp. lineolata

    Ex. Armenia

    A beautiful little Oncocyclus iris with long pointed falls.

    Not availble this year

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    Iris paradoxa

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    Iris paradoxa

    A little jewel!

    Our plants are grown from seeds from Armenia.  Leaves are only 5-8 cm, clumps quite rapidly.

    Not availble this year

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    Iris schelkownikowii

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    Iris schelkownikowii

    It seems to prefer hot, dry climate. Curiously it keeps its leaves for most of the summer season without being watered.
    The large, almost sessile flowers have bluish standards and a reddish/purple blotch and veins. Beard is yellow.
    Forms rapidly small clumps but should be divided every second year in order to produce more flowers.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Iris schelkownikowii x Iris Lycotis

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    Iris schelkownikowii x Iris Lycotis

    A beautiful strong growing hybrid.
    It has the schelkownikowii growing habits and the flower tinged purple like the I. lycotis colors. Flowers almost sessile but will produce longer stems as the plant gets crowded.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Iris vartanii

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    Iris vartanii

    Selected forms of this marvelous autumnal species.

    Needs protraction in winter, not hardy!

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Iris xiphium

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    Iris xiphium

    Easy growing species from Spain. Produces large clumps. Very reliable garden plant.

    Originally  from Malaga: Antequera.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Lachenalia quadricolor (syn. L. aloides var quadricolor)

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    Lachenalia quadricolor (syn. L. aloides var quadricolor)

    Showy, flame like species from South Africa, recently given a species status.
    The form we grow has beautifully marked leaves and is a strong grower.
    Excellent as a pot plant or a sunny warm position in the garden in mild areas.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Muscari commutatum 'Album'

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    Muscari commutatum ‘Album’

    This form has been around for a long time, sometimes wrongly labeled Muscari auchadra. Originally it was collected by Arne Strid at Achladea in the Peloponnese.

    Beautiful green-white flowers. Clump forming.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Muscari commutatum OP211021

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    Muscari commutatum OP211021

    Ex. Greece; Peloponnese; Monemvasia.

    A robust form with deep color. Produces massive clumps. Excellent for naturalizing in a mild climate garden.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Muscari parviflorum

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    Muscari parviflorum

    Ex. Cyprus

    The only autumnal flowering species.  Usually appears immediately after the first rain to follow by filiforme leaves. Dew to the many bulblets it produces it can become quite weedy.

    Better divide it every few years in order to get more flowering stems. Prefers fertile soils.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Narcissus obsoletus OP214138

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    Narcissus obsoletus OP214138

    The Eastern Mediterranean species from Greece, Cyprus, Lebanon and Israel.

    produces nice clumps with time.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Narcissus tazetta x obsoletus

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    Narcissus tazetta x obsoletus

    A very rare natural hybrid between these two autumnal flowering Narcissus  from the northen israeli coast.

    It is sterile therefor we need to split the bulbs.

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    Narcissus x perezlarae

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    Narcissus x perezlarae

    A natural hybrid from Spain, probably between N. cavanilesii and N. serotinus.

    Beautiful yellow flowers that become much paler as they mature.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Nerine filifolia

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    Nerine filifolia

    Lovely slender species. Flowering late summer, 30-40cm.

    Excellent for a pot or rockery.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Ornithogalum arabicum

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    Ornithogalum arabicum

    This well known species is native to the western Mediterranean and North Africa. Tall stems in late spring, to about 80 cm caring large white flowers with black stigma and bright yellow stamens. Excellent for a large pot or in a sunny, mild garden. Good increaser and an excellent cut flower.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Ornithogalum neurostegium

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    Ornithogalum neurostegium

    syn Ornithogalum ulophyllum

    Ex. Syria

    15cm, with blue-green velvety leaves and large umbels.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Ornithogalum sigmoidaeum OP29177

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    Ornithogalum sigmoidaeum OP29177

    Ex. Turkey; Antalya Province; Perego.

    Only few cm tall but an excellent clump forming. Will make a great pot full or for the small rock garden.

    Silvery-blue filiforme leaves and masses of starry flowers.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Oxalis hirta

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    Oxalis hirta

    This showy and colorful species has more ‘shrubby’ appearance and behaves nicely in a rockery as well as it doesn’t produce long stolons.  Blooms in early spring for few weeks.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Oxalis versicolor

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    Oxalis versicolor

    One of the most showy South African species. Flowering over few weeks time, producing rapidly large clumps.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Pancratium maritimum OP214295

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    Pancratium maritimum OP214295

    Ex. Spain; Santa Margarita, near Gibraltar

    Unusually floriferuos form, starting in may June to flowers till September.

    Excellent for a mild climate garden.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Prospero autumnale

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    Prospero autumnale

    No need of introduction, this species has a vast distribution from the Balearic Islands, the entire Mediterranean to Transcaucasia.

    We offer bulbs from different collection we grow.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

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    Prospero autumnale 'Album'

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    Prospero autumnale ‘Album’

    A little jewel; pure white form with yellow anthers. Stem and leaves are vivid green

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Prospero hanburyi OP214137

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    Prospero hanburyi OP214137

    syn. Scilla hanburyi

    A slender desert species from Israel, Jordan and Syria.

    Up to 3 flowering stems to 20 cm. Many pale flowers  with deep purple stamens. Unlike its relatives the pedicels of this species elongate much after anthesis.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Roman Hyacinth

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    Roman Hyacinth

    A very old cultivar of unknown origin.

    Ours  arrive from an old private garden in Jerusalem.

    Excellent for the mild climate garden, multiplies rapidly from bulblets.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Romulea bulbocodium var leichtleniana OP214337

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    Romulea bulbocodium var leichtleniana OP214337

    This variety has large starry white flowers with a yellow throat.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Scilla cilicica

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    Scilla cilicica

    This species is distributed from Turkey down to Lebanon, Syria and Israel.  We offer this year flowering size bulbs from different collection. Excellent for naturalizing in mild climate gardens.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Scilla haemorrhoidalis

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    Scilla haemorrhoidalis

    lovely species from the Canary Island,

    fleshy green leaves, colorful flowers and orange seed pods.

    not hardy!

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Scilla hyacinthoides

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    Scilla hyacinthoides

    Ex. Mt Hermon

    Tall species up to 1m with many dozens of flowers in sky blue.

    These  come from the highest location of the species, therefore better chance of being more hardy.

    Forms big clumps in only few years time.

    Few juvenile bulbs on offer this year.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Scilla madeirensis

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    Scilla madeirensis

    A rare, endangered species from Madeira. The large bulbs have  deep purple – blue tunics therefor it is worth leaving it above soil level. Tall, dense flower stems appear with the developing leaves in autumn. It will not tolerate low temperatures.

    We offer this year 3-4 years old bulbs, dispatch starts June 2019

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Sternbergia lutea 'Angustifolia'

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    Sternbergia lutea ‘Angustifolia’

    This form from unkown origin has been in cultivation for quite a long time.

    Very nerrow leaves end slender, nerrowly shaped flowers.

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    Sternbergia lutea sicula

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    Sternbergia lutea sicula

    Finally we can offer few bulbs of this wonderful species, flower size and form might vary as these are originated to different collections.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Vagaria parviflora OP214071

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    Vagaria parviflora OP214071

    Autumnal flowering species from the Eastern Mediterranean.

    Tall flowering stems appear in late August – September to follow by decorative leaves in winter.

    Forming clumps.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

     

     

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    Colchicum zahnii 'Pink wave' (syn C. psaridis)

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    Colchicum zahnii ‘Pink wave’ (syn C. psaridis)

    A small autumnal flowering species endemic to South Greece.
    It produces first the flowers to follow by the leaves. Unlike most of the species in the Genus, C. zhanii has rhizomatous corms.
    ‘Pink wave’ selection tends to clump rapidly to produce an incredible amount of flowers! A real show.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Scilla latifolia

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    Scilla latifolia

    An incredibly robust and beautiful species from Morocco and the Canary Islands.
    It flowers in autumn when leaves are still immature. Unlike its relative S. madeirensis from Madeira the stem of this species tends to branch into three, with a long flowering season. The large bulbs grow to a Drimia maritima bulb size with deep purple/blue tunics.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020

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    Scilla dimartinoi

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    Scilla dimartinoi

    This showy species is endemic to the Island of Lampedusa. Unlike its well known relative S. peruviana, this species has more compact growth and a large flat umbel on a short stem. Color of the flowers is pale grayish/blue which gives a nice contrast to the deep olive-green leaves with white hairs at the margins.

    Season is closed. New season open June 2020