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    Acis autumnalis

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    Acis autumnalis

    syn. Laucojum autumnale

    Native to to Iberian peninsula, Morocco, Sardinia & Sicila, this is a litle jewel floweing in early Autumn or just days after the first rain. Its seeds it self freely. Lovely when crouded.

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    Acis trichophylla SBL 603

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    Acis trichophylla SBL 603

    Superb form up to 20cm with pink flush on base of the petals.

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    Albuca fragrans OP215134

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    Albuca fragrans OP215134

    Ex. South Africa; West Cape; Tulbagh Valley

    An early flowering species to 60 cm. Particularly interesting leaves.

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    Albuca monophylla

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    Albuca monophylla

    A rarity from South Africa with unusual tricolor flowers that are facing up. About 20 cm but very showy. Leaves usually dry by the time of blooming

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    Albuca unifolia

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    Albuca unifolia

    Curious miniature species form SA. One succulent like leaf with short flowering stem 5-10 cm.

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    Albuca unifolia - Green form

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    Albuca unifolia – Green form

    A curious green form, to 25 cm. Flowering over few weeks time. Easy.

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    Allium amethystinum

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    Allium amethystinum

    This  showy, red colored species is up to 80 cm. Beautiful contrast between the petals color and the yellow stamens.

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    Allium ampeloprasum

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    Allium ampeloprasum

    Ex. Lebanon

    White form of this species with very large humbels,

    Ex. rareplants seeds

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    Allium ascalonicum OP214032

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    Allium ascalonicum OP214032

    Syn. Allium hierochuntinum

    The only blue flowering Allium in the Eastern Mediterranean.

    A small  but quite showy species, 10-30cm with an umbel about 2cm.

    Needs hot, dry conditions. Originally grown from seeds collected in the Eastern Jordan-Syrian border.

    Not available this year

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    Allium aschersonianum OP220016

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    Allium aschersonianum OP220016

    A showy species up to 80 cm with large umbels of purplish-red flowers.

    Growing is semi-desert conditions in S. Turkey, Jordan, Israel, Palestine and N. Libya.

    Needs dry conditions.

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    Allium autumnale OP211023

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    Allium autumnale OP211023

    A lovely autumnal species endemic to Cyprus.  It blooms for quite a few weeks. produces large clumps with time.

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    Allium basalticum OP220047

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    Allium basalticum OP220047

    Probably the most exciting species to be  introduced in cultivation in recent years. It is grown now by the thousands in Holland under the commercial name Allium ‘Silver spring’. Its native habitat is in the Golan- heights where it is very rare.

    Height 70-90 cm, flowering head up to 12cm.

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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.

    We will have fresh seeds in December, we also offer few bulbs this year, see bulbs section.

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    Allium chamaemoly

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    Allium chamaemoly

    Ex. S. France

    A curious sessile species that remids of an Ornithogalum Pure white or with darker markings.

    Forming rapidly smal clumps ans seeds it self every where if it likes the conditions.

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    Allium chamaespathum OP211043

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    Allium chamaespathum OP211043

    A curious autumnal species from Crete. Stem looks completely dry when suddenly  the green umbel 3-6cm in diameter appears.

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    Allium commutatum OP213061

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    Allium commutatum OP213061

    Ex. Greece; Peloponnese; Monemvasia

    Tall very rubust species with large humbels. Flowers are purpuly-mauve, occasionally white.

    Very impresive in the garden, blooming May-June.

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    Allium curtum ssp. curtum OP214013

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    Allium curtum ssp. curtum OP214013

    An eastern Mediterranean  species to 20cm, with a cone shape umbel  with deep purple flowers. Quite a showy plant.

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    Allium cyprium OP212015

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    Allium cyprium OP212015

    Ex. Cyprus, Troodos Mountains

    Extremely rare little jewel, only few cm tall.

    Can tolerate snow for short periods, needs long, hot and dry summer rest.

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    Allium daninianum OP214025

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    Allium daninianum OP214025

    Small species about 15cm, belongs to A. stamineum group.

    Humbel, fountain like with Pink-green flowers, occasionaly deeper color.

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    Allium dictyoprasum OP216275 (syn. Allium viride)

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    Allium dictyoprasum OP216275 (syn. Allium viride)

    This is a tall, late flowering species (June-July) from Turkey, Armenia going down to Syria, Jordan Israel and Palestine.

    Our plants are grown from seed from south Armenia.

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    Allium erdelii OP214014

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    Allium erdelii OP214014

    A selection of this small size species with particularly yellowy color.

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    Allium flavum ssp. tauricum OP28008

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    Allium flavum ssp. tauricum OP28008

    Ex. Greece;  Chios;  Langada

    A variabile subspecies. This form has pinky-orange color flowers. Large fountain like inflorescens.

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    Allium gomphrenoides

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    Allium gomphrenoides

     

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

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    Allium guttatum ssp. sardorum OP214043

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    Allium guttatum ssp. sardorum OP214043

    Ex. Greece; Santorini; Mt. Profitis Elias

    Species about 20cm . Bloomiong Late May- June.  Forming nice clumps.

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    Allium ionicum OP215065

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    Allium ionicum OP215065

    Ex. Zante (Zakynthos)

    This dwarf species has large, pendulous heads (turning up as it mature), bell-shape flowers.

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    Allium israeliticum OP214218

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    Allium israeliticum OP214218

    A new species, recently described from the eastern mediterranean. ( Was treated as A. orientalis before).  Creamy-white humbels. Tends to form clump.

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    Allium israeliticum OP215016

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    Allium israeliticum OP215016

    The Jordanian form of this species that merits a varietal status.  It has purply/mauve colored stamens and a dark, almost black ovary.

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    Allium junceum OP29119

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    Allium junceum OP29119

    Ex. Cyprus

    Lovely clumps of purple flowers.

    Can become a weed in a mild climat garden.

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    Allium nazarenum ssp. nazarenum OP219004

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    Allium nazarenum ssp. nazarenum OP219004

    Closely related to A. pallens, described as a new species in 2018 with two subspecies nazarenum and ramonensis. We offer  ssp. nazarenum from Nazareth. 40-60cm. in May

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    Allium nigrum

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    Allium nigrum

    This robust species originally from Cyprus is 60-80 cm with very large heads of pink flowers.

    Flowering for about 4 weeks.

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    Allium pallens OP216015

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    Allium pallens OP216015

    Ex. Spain; Ronda

    A good form of this species with tall spikes up to 60cm , large umbels of white flowers.

    Forms large clumps. Blooming June

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    Allium phanerantherum OP213155

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    Allium phanerantherum OP213155

    This tall, Eastern Mediterranean species is 60-140cm,  umbel start hemispericle than the top elongate on one side.

    Easy and a good garden plant.

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    Allium pictistamineum OP28337

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    Allium pictistamineum OP28337

    Ex. Greece; Chios; Mesta

    A member of the A. stamineum group, this species has large inflorescence, fountain like with deep pink stamens.

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    Allium pseudostamineum OP214037

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    Allium pseudostamineum OP214037

    This spises grows in rocky situation in the Anti-lebanon mountains down to Mt. Hermon.

    about 20 cm. Pale grey-green flowers.

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    Allium rothii OP215015

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    Allium rothii OP215015

    Ex. Jordan, Shoubak. Two unusual color forms for this species. The contrast with the bluish glaucous leaves makes it unique.

    For the experts!

    Not available this year

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    Allium rotundum OP214027

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    Allium rotundum OP214027

    This species has a large distribuion through Europe, NW africa and the Eastern Mediterranean. Grows to about 40-65cm, this selected form has particularly intense color . Produces large clumps with time should be quite hardy.

     

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    Allium rubellum OP215043

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    Allium rubellum OP215043

    Ex. Georgia, Gachiani, SE of Tibilisi

    Lovely species with round pink inflorescens anf bluish leaves.

    Only few seeds availble 

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    Allium rubrovittatum OP212036

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    Allium rubrovittatum OP212036

    Ex. Greece; Crete; E. of Mochlos

    A little jewel, produces quite large clumps with time.excellent for a small pot or a rock/crevices garden

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    Allium sandarsicum

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    Allium sandarsicum

    Tall, elegant species from Antalya, Turkey. Large green/white flowering heads in Mid June-Mid July.

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    Allium sp. OP212045

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    Allium sp. OP212045

    A species, not yet described from Eastern Crete. A member of Allium cupanii group,

    It is 10-15cm with flowers in different colors from pale Beige/Grey to deep pink/purple.

    It form small clumps. Excellent for a small pot.

    Blooming late August – September.

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    Allium sphaerocephalon OP211023

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    Allium sphaerocephalon OP211023

    Ex. Cyprus

    Lovely deep red-purple flowers, forming clumps.

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    Allium subvillosum

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    Allium subvillosum

    This Mediterranean is 20-30cm. It has a long flowering period March – April.

    Good for mass display.  Seeds it self freely.

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    Allium tardans OP211188

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    Allium tardans OP211188

    Ex. Greece; Kos

    A lovely autumnal flowering species up to 45 cm. Blooming August-September. Like other members of this group buds start to appear when stems look completely dry so do not cut them!

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    Allium tel-avivense OP218006

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    Allium tel-avivense OP218006

    This species is endemico to coastal Israel and Gaza

    to about 40cm, lovely pink flowers in early spring.

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    Allium trifoliatum

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    Allium trifoliatum

    This Mediterranean species is 15-25 cm. Producing showy, white umbels with green or reddish ovary.

    It might become very invasive in favorable conditions.

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    Allium truncatum OP214033

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    Allium truncatum OP214033

    Ex. Jordan, N. Jordan valley

    A tall slender species to 1.4m. Humbel about 5 cm in diameter, with reddish-purple flowers.

    It grows in arid, hot palaces.

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    Allium umbilicatum

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    Allium umbilicatum

    A lovely deep pink flowering species from central Asia. Fast grower to form clumps.

    Originally from GBG, Sweden.

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    Allium willeanum OP211198

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    Allium willeanum OP211198

    A tall species endemic to Cyprus.  Similar to A. sandrasicum from Turkey. Differing by the pointed inflorescence rather than round. Produces large clumps with time. Excellent as cut  flower.

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    Ambrosina bassii

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    Ambrosina bassii

    A curious genus in the Araceae family. This miniature species has flat roundish leaves and small, boat-like flowers that last for about 8 weeks. Excellent for a small pan. Ex. Sardinia

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    Androcymbium eucomoides OP215329

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    Androcymbium eucomoides OP215329

    Curious species from Capetown, SA. All parts of the plant including the flowers are green.

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    Androcymbium palaestinum OP214003

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    Androcymbium palaestinum OP214003

    Ex. Jordan, Jordan Valley, north of the Dead Sea.

    This clump forming specie has beautiful silvery-blue leaves and white or white with purple markings.

    Need to bee grown under glass with a long, dry summer rest.

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    Androcymbium rechingeri

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    Androcymbium rechingeri

    Endangered species, endemic to coast of E. Crete

    One of the few rapresentatives of this Genus in the Mediterranean area.

    Originally grown from JJA seeds

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    Anemone coronaria 'Giant Bordeaux'

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    Anemone coronaria ‘Giant Bordeaux’

     

    A stunning color form that appeared spontaneously in the nursery. Result of a cross between the already known Anemone coronaria ‘Bordeaux’ and our A. coronaria ‘Nov’.

    A real giant with simple or semi-double flowers.

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    Anemone coronaria - 'Winter mauve'

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    Anemone coronaria – ‘Winter mauve’

    This early flowering form is highly floriferous,  mauve color, blooming over two month. 25-35cm.

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    Anemone coronaria ' Nov' OP212138

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    Anemone coronaria ‘ Nov’ OP212138

    Fantastic vigorous form to 60cm with particularly large  Magenta and deep red color forms.

    Needs fertile soil, more resistant to damp conditions.

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    Anemone coronaria OP211305

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    Anemone coronaria OP211305

    Ex. Cyprus; Pafos

    An early flowering form with white and pale mauve colors. Extremely floriferous with a long flowering seoson starting late November to late February.

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    Anemone palmata OP216379

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    Anemone palmata OP216379

    Ex Spain; Andalucia; near Ronda

    Yellow flowering species with rigid palm like leaves.

    Blooming for more than 8 weeks.

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    Anemone pavonina mix OP213042 + OP214055

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    Anemone pavonina mix OP213042 + OP214055

    Mostly pink  but occasionaly different color forms from the Peloponnese and Santorini

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    Arisarum simorhinum OP214311

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    Arisarum simorhinum OP214311

    A  little jewel from Spain, excellent for a potful as it clumps rapidly by runners.

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    Arum apulum

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    Arum apulum

    A  species endemic to south Italy.

    Prefers fertile soils protected from direct sun.

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    Arum concinnatum OP29001

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    Arum concinnatum OP29001

    A vigorous species from W. Crete, lovely green-brownish flowers with a fat spadix. Producing clumps better grown in a large pot as in good conditions it can spread out in the garden.

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    Arum dioscoridis var. syriacum OP29234

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    Arum dioscoridis var. syriacum OP29234

    A stunner; large spath yellow-green in color with black patches/dotts.

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    Arum hygrophilum OP218007

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    Arum hygrophilum OP218007

    Common in the Eastern Mediterranean, this species has long, lanceolate leaves and beautifull green-whitish spath with reddish margins.

    Shade or full sun, likes humid soil during the growing season.

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    Arum italicum

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    Arum italicum

    Ex. Spain; Grazelema

    A form with green-yellow flowers and plain leaves

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    Arum italicum var. marmoratum

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    Arum italicum var. marmoratum

    Ex. Greece , North Peloponnese

    A form with a amzing leaf patterns, all come thrue from seeds, each seedling has its own pattern.

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    Arum palaestinum x A. dioscoridis OP213005

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    Arum palaestinum x A. dioscoridis OP213005

    Ex. Upper Galilee

    A natural hybrid occurring in areas where the populations of both species overlap.

    Very large flowers reddish-purple with or without markings on the spath.

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    Arum pictum

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    Arum pictum

    A robust form, Ex Marcus Harvey collection.

    Tall with plain leaves, clump forming

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    Arum Pictum 29121

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    Arum Pictum 29121

    Ex. Mallorca,

    This compact form has leaves with nice white veins and reddish-brown flowers.

    The only Arum which is autumnal flowering.

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    Arum purpureospathum

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    Arum purpureospathum

    A species endemic to SW Crete. This form has unusualy deep reddish/purple flowers. to 35cm long.

    Originally from Lyon Botanic Garden

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    Asphodeline brevicaulis

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    Asphodeline brevicaulis

    Ex. Lebanon

    An Eastern Mediterranean from Greece eastwards to Lebanon and Syria.

    only 20-35 cm, multi-branched flowering stems. flowering in late spring.

    Not available this year

     

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    Asphodeline lutea OP215019

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    Asphodeline lutea OP215019

    Ex. Jordan, Subak

    Tall spikes with bright yellow flowers.

    Flowering in early spring. Forms large clumps. Needs good drainage.

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    Asphodeline lutea OP218005

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    Asphodeline lutea OP218005

    Ex. Nazareth

    Unusual population with orange color form. This is the form that grown in Labanon and W. syria.

    Tall spikes to 1.2m

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    Barnardia numidica

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    Barnardia numidica

    syn. Scilla numidica

    Ex. Spain Ibiza

    A lovely autumnal species with flowering stems up to 20cm. Flowers are pink. folowing by quite large leaves.

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    Bellevalia densiflora

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    Bellevalia densiflora

    Ex. Lebanon, R&R Wallis collection

    Lovely species with creamy petals and mauve colored stamens.

    Each bulb produces up to 4 flowering stems.

    Rare.

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    Bellevalia desertorum OP2020011

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    Bellevalia desertorum OP2020011

    An early flowering species from the deserts of Israel, Palestine, Jordan and Syria.

    Leaves prostrate, spotted or plain. 1-3 flowering stems, Celeste – white color.

    Not easy to grow, needs dry conditions under glass!

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    Bellevalia dubbia

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    Bellevalia dubbia

    Ex. Italy, Sicily; near Taurmina

    Ex. JJA Seeds

    A lovely form, particularly colorful.

    SOLD OUT

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    Bellevalia dubbia ssp. hackeli

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    Bellevalia dubbia ssp. hackeli

    Endemic to Portugal. Lovely colors on this bellevalia, Easy.

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    Bellevalia eigii

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    Bellevalia eigii

    Ex. North Jordan ; Hamra; near the syrian border.

    2-3 large flowering stems, pale flowers.

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    Bellevalia flexuosa OP28034

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    Bellevalia flexuosa OP28034

    Ex. Upper Galille region

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    Bellevalia hyacinthoides OP215067

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    Bellevalia hyacinthoides OP215067

    Ex. Greece, Zakinthos

    A little jewel with deep colored leaves and relatively large, open flowers, Whitish-blue with deep blue mid -vein. Anthers are deep purple. Blooming in early spring.

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    Bellevalia macrobotrys OP214032

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    Bellevalia macrobotrys OP214032

    Tall cylindricle spikes  40-60, prefers deep planting

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    Bellevalia mauritanica SL255

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    Bellevalia mauritanica SL255

    Ex. Tunisia; 22 km from Zaghouan

    A robust species with 2-4 flowering stems up to 20cm,

    Buds are pink-purple  before opening.

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    Bellevalia mosheovii OP215038

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    Bellevalia mosheovii OP215038

    A rare, little known desert species from Jordan, Israel and Palestine.

    This form from Jordan has short, dens recamens with celest color ed flowers and deep colored stamens.

    For the experts !

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    Bellevalia pieridis OP28062

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    Bellevalia pieridis OP28062

    Ex. Cyprus; Pafos,

    Now synonym of Bellevalia nivalis, still very different

    Small species with hint of blue or pinkish buds.

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    Bellevalia romana

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    Bellevalia romana

    No collecting data.

    Common species, easy.

    10 seeds for

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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.

    8 seeds for

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    Bellevalia sp. OP214074

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    Bellevalia sp. OP214074

    Ex. Syria, Golan Heights

    A very rubust species,  creamy -white campanulate flowers with black anthetrs.

    Prefers damp conditions during the growing seoson.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Bellevalia trifoliata

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    Bellevalia trifoliata

    Ex. Greece, Rhodes.  Lovely color form. Prefers  humid deep soils.

    EX. AGS seeds exchange 2011

    12 seeds for

     

    5.00
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    Bellevalia warburgii OP28038

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    Bellevalia warburgii OP28038

    A rare, rubust species from the Eastern Mediterranean.

    3-4 tall flowering stems.

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    Biarum angustatum OP212014

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    Biarum angustatum OP212014

    An elegant species endemic to coastal Israel. 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!

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    Biarum auraniticum OP211226

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    Biarum auraniticum OP211226

    This extremely rare species comes from the Hauran region in W. Syria.

    It is the only non dark colored  Biarum. It has lemony yellow, green -yellow or yellow with  rusty colored markings and a yellow spadix.

    This species is very shy to set seeds unfortunately

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    Biarum bovei OP219005

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    Biarum bovei OP219005

    Rare, this species is distributed from Turkey going south to Lebanon. Large flowers in October followed by large deep green leaves.

    Needs rich soil with good drainage.

    Few seeds available this year

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    Biarum crispulum LB351

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    Biarum crispulum LB351

    Ex. Lebanon; Zahle

    A real rarity from Lebanon and Syria.

    Extremely rare in cultivation!

    4 seeds for

     

    5.00
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    Biarum davisii

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    Biarum davisii

    Ex. Crete

    A little jewel! An autumnal flowering species from Crete, usually starts flowering after the first rain. It doesn’t like to be disturbed therefore better left alone in a pot or a rock garden. If happy it will form small clumps. Few of the forms we grow have lovely spotted leaves.

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    Biarum dispar S1119

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    Biarum dispar S1119

    Ex. Spain; Andalusia ; Ronda

    A species from SW Spain, Sardinia and N. Africa, curious small species with inflated spath tube.

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    Biarum ditschianum

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    Biarum ditschianum

    A form with prominent red spadix.

    Not available this year

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    Biarum ditschianum OP28329

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    Biarum ditschianum OP28329

    Ex. Turkey; Milas

    This form has yellow spadix to about 6cm.

    Not available this year

     

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    Biarum pyrami OP212012

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    Biarum pyrami OP212012

    The eastern Mediterranean form, which has  black- velvet spath.

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    Biarum tenuifolium ssp abbreviatum MT4629

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    Biarum tenuifolium ssp abbreviatum MT4629

    Known in cultivation under the name Biarum ‘ochridense ‘ MT 4629  = Biarum tenuifolium ssp abbreviatum

    This species has been collected in Lake Ochrid (N. Macedonia) by Brian Mathew.

    It blooms with us in late April May, back of spathe is greenish-brown with very long spadix.

    First time offered

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    Biarum tenuifolium ssp idomenaeum MS738

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    Biarum tenuifolium ssp idomenaeum MS738

    Ex. Crete

    This subspecies has small flowers with deep aubergine color , often with a green tip.

    It blooms in October – November.

     

     

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    Brodiaea californica

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    Brodiaea californica

    Showy, large inflorescens in late spring. excelent for a mild climate garden.

    White form with just a hint of pink in it.

    10 seeds for

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    Bulbine praemorsa OP215131

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    Bulbine praemorsa OP215131

    Ex. South Africa, West Cape, Tulbagh Valley.

    Fast growing species with short, fat, bluish/green succulant leaves. Flowering spiks to 60cm or more

    12 seeds for 

     

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    Calochortus catalinae

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    Calochortus catalinae

    Endemic to Callifornia

    Strong growing, for a pot or in a sunny mild climat garden.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Calochortus obispoensis

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    Calochortus obispoensis

    One of the most curious  bulbous plants originated to California where it is very rare now.

    Blooms here in early June, need full sun.

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    Canna x generalis 'Orange Punch'

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    Canna x generalis ‘Orange Punch’

    Amazing colored flowers on this compact cultivar.

    Perfect for a medium  size pot. Flowers about 6 month from germination.  A must for the garden or a greenhouse.

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    5.00
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    Colchicum baytopiorum OP21029

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    Colchicum baytopiorum OP21029

    Ex. Turkey; Antalya Province, Termessos.

    Lovely autumnal flowering species, soft to deeper pink with long slender white styles.

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    Colchicum cupanii

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    Colchicum cupanii

    Ex. Crete; Heraklion; Agia Marina

    This form has finely marked, darker veins on its white petals petals. This form usually blooms as with the leaves. Showy and strong grower

    10 seeds for 

     

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    Colchicum cupanii OP214044

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    Colchicum cupanii OP214044

    A showy form of this Autumnal flowering species , Ex Greece, Santorini , Mt. Profitis Elias

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Colchicum cupanii OP214046

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    Colchicum cupanii OP214046

    Ex. Greece; Santorini; Akrotiri

    Another lovely form of this species with white petals that are good background for the dark stamens and yellow, swollen stamens base.

    8 seeds for

    5.00
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    Colchicum cupanii var bertolonii SL290/6

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    Colchicum cupanii var bertolonii SL290/6

    Ex. Tunisia.

    This name is now a synonym of C. cupanii, still it is a different form; smaller, slender flowers and nerrower leaves.

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    Colchicum decaisnei OP28324

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    Colchicum decaisnei OP28324

    Ex. Turkey; Antalya Province; Kemer

    Growing mainly in the shade of trees this species has many pale flowers in autumn.

    Needs a rich soil.

    8 seeds for

     

    5.00
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    Colchicum decaisnei OP29182

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    Colchicum decaisnei OP29182

    An early autumnal flowering species from Turkey, Lebanon and N. israel where  it growes in the shade of trees and rocks.  A mature bulb will produce dozens of flowers that open ususally white or pale pink to become darker as they mature.

    Needs soils rich in organic matters.

    10 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Colchicum feinbruniae OP213023

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    Colchicum feinbruniae OP213023

    Ex. Syria; Golan Heights

    Beautiful, large tesseled flowers.

    Mature bulb can produce many flowers over 2-3 week.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Colchicum hierosolymitanum OP213033

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    Colchicum hierosolymitanum OP213033

    This autumnal flowering species from the eastern Mediterranean is absolutely a stunner!

    Each bulb can produce dozens of large  flowers over few weeks time

    Needs very deep soil or a deep pot as bulbs can go down to 40-50cm.

    10 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Colchicum macrophyllum

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    Colchicum macrophyllum

    Selected form from Crete with large tasseled flowers, nice pink tips. The massive leaves develop during the entire growing season. Needs rich, well drained deep soil.
    Only few available this year.

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    Colchicum pussilum

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    Colchicum pussilum

    An autumnal flowering species from Greece and Cyprus. Very small usually but this form is much rubust. Found by the Late Peter Moore in west Crete.

    Not available this year

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    Colchicum ritchii OP214298

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    Colchicum ritchii OP214298

    A winter flowering species growing in the Negev Desert and more common in Jordan, it prefers sandy soils but can be seen in rocky situations as well in Jordan. Large flowers in either pink or white with bluish glaucous leaves.

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    Colchicum sfikasianum

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    Colchicum sfikasianum

    Autumnal flowering species from the Peloponnese with pale, tasseled, medium size flowers, forming clumps with time.

    Good grower.

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    5.00
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    Colchicum stevenii 'Gisser Star'

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    Colchicum stevenii ‘Gisser Star’

    A floriferuos form with large starry flowers and a white star in the center.

    6 seeds for

    5.00
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    Colchicum stevenii 'Gisser' OP2111026

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    Colchicum stevenii ‘Gisser’ OP2111026

    Cochicum stevenii is  a great autumnal flowering secies from the E. mediterranean and Turkey. It is highly floriferuos. Flowers apper only few dats after they recieve the first rain. It is also an excelent pot plant that forms clumps rapidly.’Gisser’ is a selected form with compat growth, deep color and round petals.

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    5.00
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    Colchicum stevenii OP213035

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    Colchicum stevenii OP213035

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

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Colchicum tunicatum OP214298

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    Colchicum tunicatum OP214298

    A  species  growing in Jordan, Judea and Negev deserts in Israel and Palestine. It is the earliest species to flower in that region, starting in late August. Flowers are white or pale pink turning darker as they mature. Rarely offered!

    6 seeds for

    5.00
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    Colchicum tuviae OP210261

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    Colchicum tuviae OP210261

    This species grows in the Judea desert, blooming after the first rains usually November – December.

    Pure white, occasionally soft pink flowers. Floriferous.

    Better be grown under glass.

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    Colchicum variegatum OP28042

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    Colchicum variegatum OP28042

    Ex. Greece, Chios, 5m.

    Particularly large flowers for this distinct species. Blooming seoson starts as early as August.

    Not available this year

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    Colchicum zahnii

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    Colchicum zahnii

    syn. Colchicum psaridis.

    A little jewel from the Peloponnese. This species is stoloniferous, autumnal flowering.  Due to its small measurements it is better if grown in a small pan/pot

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    Crocus aleppicus - coastal form (SP Nova) OP29229

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    Crocus aleppicus – coastal form (SP Nova) OP29229

    A very rare and endangered species being described at the moment as a new species.It is endemic to a small area in the north Israel coast. It is closer to C. veneris from Cyprus rather than C. aleppicus known from Israel, Lebanon an Syria. The form we offer is particularly colorful. First time on offer

    8 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Crocus aleppicus – coastal form (SP Nova) OP214343

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    Crocus aleppicus – coastal form (SP Nova) OP214343

    A very rare and endangered species being described at the moment as a new species.It is endemic to a small area in the north Israel coast. It is closer to C. veneris from Cyprus rather than C. aleppicus known from Israel, Lebanon an Syria. The form we offer is particularly colorful. First time on offer

    This is the typical color form of this species

    8 seeds for

    5.00
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    Crocus aleppicus OP213048

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    Crocus aleppicus OP213048

    Taking its name after the city of Aleppo in Syria, this is the form that grows in N. Lebanon, Syria and N. Israel.

    Pure White petals or with different amount purple markings on the outer side.

    An autumnal species , growing usually in large populations. Prefers fertile soils.

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    Crocus aleppicus OP29281

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    Crocus aleppicus OP29281

    Ex. Upper Galilee region,

    This form has a white throat instead of the usual yellow. Forming nice clumps.

    Not all seedlings come true from seeds.

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    Crocus assumaniae

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    Crocus assumaniae

    Ex. Turkey; Antalya province; N. of Akseki

    A lovely autumnal flowering species. Pinky-white petals with prominent anthers and style. Quit a showy species .

    Originally grown from JJA seeds

    8 seeds for

    5.00
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    Crocus biflorus

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    Crocus biflorus

    Winter flowering species from Italy, blooming over few weeks.

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    Crocus boryi

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    Crocus boryi

    Ex. Greece; Peloponnese

    Autumnal floering species. Petals pure white occasionaly creamy -white. Yellow throat and higly branched style.

    I find it to be quite a variabile species in terms of flower size and shape.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Crocus cancellatus OP29271

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    Crocus cancellatus OP29271

    Ex, Syria, Golan Heights

    Growing at higher elevations, in fertile basaltic soil.

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    5.00
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    Crocus cartwightianus

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    Crocus cartwightianus

    Ex. Greece, Sounio

    An autumnal flowering species. from mainland Greece, one of the most showy species in the genus.

    Different color forms from almost white to purple with the typical feathery markings on the segments

    Needs long dry summer rest.

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    Crocus cartwrightianus var. creticus

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    Crocus cartwrightianus var. creticus

    This is a showy autumnal flowering species from Crete, close to Chania. Smaller than the form of mainland Greece but seems to set more flowers .Forms small clumps.
    Originally received from JJA seeds. Needs a long, dry summer rest.

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    5.00
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    Crocus dispathaceus 'Deep purple'

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    Crocus dispathaceus ‘Deep purple’

    This is probably the deepest color of a wild Crocus in cultivation. Grown from seeds obtained from Jim Archibald back in 2008. Originally from Mersin (İçel )province, Turkey.

    Not available this year

     

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    Crocus goulimyi

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    Crocus goulimyi

    A selection of color forms of this Crocus from the Peloponnese that vary from pure with to deep purple. Easy to grow, forms clumps quickly. Excelent for naturalizing in a mild climate garden

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    5.00
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    Crocus goulimyi ssp. leucanthus

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    Crocus goulimyi ssp. leucanthus

    This subspecies  is the white form of the well known Crocus from the Peloponnese.  Great for naturalizing in a mild climate garden, producing lovely clumps with time.

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    Crocus graveolens

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    Crocus graveolens

    Ex. Lebanon.

    The southernmost population of this species. North of  Marj – Ayun.

    Unlike the Turkish form, this form blooms in December-January.

    Beautiful yolk-yellow color, highly floriferuos and clump forming.

    Needs to be protected from harsh weather due to flowering time.

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    Crocus graveolens ex Turkey

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    Crocus graveolens ex Turkey

    This form from turkey blooms in early spring. Produces quite a few yolk colored flowers with dark/brown markings.

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    Crocus hartmannianus

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    Crocus hartmannianus

    This is a real jewel endemic to Cyprus.  I have been growing it for more than 15 years but really  shy to set seeds here, stock increases very slow for us. Blooming time January

    First time offered

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    Crocus hermoneus ssp palaestinus OP210210

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    Crocus hermoneus ssp palaestinus OP210210

    Ex Jordan, A – Salt

    A rare species growing above 950m. Most of the population south of the capital Amman are exctincted due to fast urbanization.

    Large bluish-white flowers, quite variabile, in autumn.

    Few seeds available 

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    5.00
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    Crocus hyemalis 'Ajloun'

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    Crocus hyemalis ‘Ajloun’

    This is the form growing in North Jordan, often with dark purple markings, occasionally purple washed outer segments. A real stunner! First time offered.

    6 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Crocus hyemalis OP28340

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    Crocus hyemalis OP28340

    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.

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    Crocus imperati CG

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    Crocus imperati CG

    Particularly rare form of this species from Italy with deep violet color and large flowers, very showy.

    few seeds available this year

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    Crocus laevigatus OP214053

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    Crocus laevigatus OP214053

    10 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Crocus laevigatus SL453

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    Crocus laevigatus SL453

    Ex Greece

    Good form with deep purple markings, quite unusuall colors for this species.

    Blooming in late autumn.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Crocus mathewii

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    Crocus mathewii

    No need of introduction to this most desirable, autumnal flowering species from SW Turkey, named after Brian Mathew

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    Crocus mazziaricus

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    Crocus mazziaricus

    Syn C. cancellatus ssp mazziaricus,

    Excellent form from Evia Greece, ex. Marcus Harvey’s collection

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    Crocus moabiticus

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    Crocus moabiticus

    The king of all Crocus!It took us quite a few years to establish a small stock. Since last year we can offer a small quantity of seeds. For the experts!

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    Crocus niveus

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    Crocus niveus

    This autumnal flowering species is endemic to the Peloponnese.
    Definitely the largest Crocus I grow, some get to a small Tulip size. White and Mauve colors. Forms beautiful clumps.
    Very showy and ideal also for naturalize in a Mediterranean garden

    12 seeds for

    5.00
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    Crocus ochroleucus 'Dalton Album' OP28097

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    Crocus ochroleucus ‘Dalton Album’ OP28097

    A pure albino form of this species, slender flowers on a long leg, very elegant.

    About 80% come true to type from seeds. This species grows at higher elevations in Syria, Lebanon and North Israel therefore should be quite hardy.

    Prefers humidity through winter time and a long , dry summer rest. Autumnal flowering species.

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    Crocus ochroleucus OP29185

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    Crocus ochroleucus OP29185

    Ex. Syria

    Strong flowering form from higher altitudes. Needs wet growing conditionds in winter and long dry summer rest.

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    Crocus pallasii pallasii OP21024

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    Crocus pallasii pallasii OP21024

    Highly floriferous form native to the  Upper Galilee region and S. Lebanon, it has mauve colored petals  with darker veins.

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    5.00
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    Crocus pallasii pallasii OP29213

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    Crocus pallasii pallasii OP29213

    Ex Syria

    The typical form that grows in W. Syria, S. lebanon N. Israel.

    An autumnal flowering species with mauve color flowers, style is less pronounced than other forms.

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    Crocus salzmanii ABS4305

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    Crocus salzmanii ABS4305

    This is a late autumn-early winter flowering species with large pale lilac flowers. Leaves apear with the flowers

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    Crocus serotinus MS534

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    Crocus serotinus MS534

    Ex. Spain

    A lovely autumnal species from Spain.

    Large flowers in different shades and prominent deep yellow style and anthers.

    Originally from Archibald’s seeds, Mike Salmon collection.

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    Crocus sp. nova OP29280

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    Crocus sp. nova OP29280

    A new species, being described at the moment.

    Growing at the high hills near Ajloun in Jordan and in the South of the Golan Heights.

    Large showy flowers, and most floriferuos species.

    Appears in autumn after the first rain.

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    5.00
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    Crocus tuornefortii

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    Crocus tuornefortii

    Ex. Crete

    A fine selection from different collections of this autumanl flowering species.

    Good increaser and sutible for naturalizing in a Mediterranean garden.

    10 seeds for  

    5.00
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    Crocus tuornefortii OP211260

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    Crocus tuornefortii OP211260

    Ex. E. Crete

    Deep color form of this autumnal flowering species from Crete. The contrast between the yellow throat, white anthers and orange style with the pale blue-gray color of the petals makes it very unusual.

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    Crocus veneris OP28119

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    Crocus veneris OP28119

    mall autumnal flowering species endemic to Cyprus. Rarely offered elsewhere.
    The white petals are good background to the showy anthers and the divided orange style.
    Easily grown in small pots, will multiply fast. Needs hot, dry summer rest.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Cyclamen cilicicum OP28330

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    Cyclamen cilicicum OP28330

    Little jewel, autumnal flowering species from Turkey. we offer this year seeds from our different collections.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Cyclamen graecum ssp graecum OP2006

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    Cyclamen graecum ssp graecum OP2006

    Ex. Crete ; Rodophos peninsula

    Probably the toughest bulb ever… will grow in any condition. Backing sun or deep shade and in any kind of soil.

    Wonderfull for naturalizing in the garden.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Cyclamen maritimum OP28125

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    Cyclamen maritimum OP28125

    Syn Cyclamen graecum ssp. anatolicum

    Ex. Turkey; Antalya province; Çavuşköy

    An autumnal flowering species from SW Turkey and N. Cyprus.

    This species like C. graecum seems to be happy in every conditions, with time it will produce dozens of flowers in early autumn to follow with beautiful patterned leaves.

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    Cyclamen mirabile

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    Cyclamen mirabile

    One of the best autumnal flowering species, with beautifull leaves and masses of flowers.

    We offer seeds from our different collections.

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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.

    12 seeds for

    5.00
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    Cyclamen rohlfsianum

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    Cyclamen rohlfsianum

    This autumnal flowering species from North Libya has beautiful flowers and unusual leaf forms.

    It is not hardey but will grow in a well lightened window sill. it will thrive in a Mediterranean climat garden.

    15 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Dioscorea orientalis

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    Dioscorea orientalis

    syn Tamus orientalis

    Seasonal eastern Mediterranean, bulbouse, small climber to about 80cm. Many pendulus clusters with yellow flowers in winter followed by the round shiny red fruits. Heart shaped leaves. Wonderfull for a pot fixed with round wire to climb on.

    8 seeds for

    5.00
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    Drimia fugax SL351

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    Drimia fugax SL351

    Ex. Tunisia

    Early flowering, autumnal species, usually starting as early as August.

    2-3 flowering spikes up to 40cm appear  with few weeks intervals. The nerrow blue-green leaves appear after the rains.

    We will probably have some fresh seeds in late November 

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    Drimia olivieri SL281

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    Drimia olivieri SL281

    Syn. Urginea olivieri, a small, up to 30cm, autumnal species from Tunisia. It keeps producing flowering stems for quite a few weeks. The narrow, deep green-blue leaves appear after the first rain.

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    Ferraria crispa

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    Ferraria crispa

    Ex. South Africa

    Pale, smaller  form of this variable species.

    Forms large clumps with a long blooming season in spring

    10 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Ferraria crispa OP215081

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    Ferraria crispa OP215081

    Ex. South Africa; West Cape; Cape of Good Hope.

    Vigorous tall form 40-60 cm, with deep brown flowers with golden fringed margins.produces large clumps.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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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, nerrow. Need to be controled in the garden as it may  cover large areas due to very efective stolons.

    8 seeds for  

     

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    Fessia greilhuberi

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    Fessia greilhuberi

    syn. Scilla greilhuberi

    A strong growing species from North Iran,

    forming large clumps with flowering stems up to 20cm.

    10 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Freesia leichtlinii

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    Freesia leichtlinii

    Originally from South Africa but naturelized in many parts of the maditerranean,

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

    Excelent for a pot full.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Freesia viridis

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    Freesia viridis

    A curious little jewel from S. Africa.

    Small green fowers following with decorative reddish colored seedpods. Lovely is a small pot.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Fritillaria argolica

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    Fritillaria argolica

    Small, showy species from the Island of Poros, Close to F. rhodokanakis. Early flowering with large flowers.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Fritillaria conica

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    Fritillaria conica

    A rare and endangered species from the Peloppones where it grows only in four sites. It is now estimated to have less the 1000 individuals growing in the wild. Seeds were given to me more than 10 years ago by the late Marcus Harvey.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Fritillaria davisii

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    Fritillaria davisii

    A small species from the Mani peninsula in the Peloponnese, growing at low elevations.

    Ex. Marcus Harvey collection

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    Fritillaria obliqua subsp. tuntasia

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    Fritillaria obliqua subsp. tuntasia

    A subspecies from the west Kyklades Islands.

    About 20cm tall with chocolate color campanulate flower and bluish green leaves. Originally collected by the late Marcus Harvey.

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    Fritillaria persica OP213063

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    Fritillaria persica OP213063

    This greenish, early flowering form is  the one used to be called Fritillaria libanotica.

    It grows in Lebanon, SW Syria and N. Israel.

    In fact it behaves and looks differently. Tall spikes to about 100cm.

    15 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Fritillaria rhodia OP28144

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    Fritillaria rhodia OP28144

    Ex. Rhodes Island – Greece

    A population no longer exist  as it was situated in the hotels area.

    Flowers start green to become yolk yellow just before anthesis

    Excelent for a pot culture

    12 seeds for

    5.00
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    Gagea damascena OP213212

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    Gagea damascena OP213212

    Syn. Gagea chlorantha

    A little Gagea from the Eastern Mediterranean where it is common. Early flowering species.

    very small seeds, do not cover them.

    20 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Gagea graeca OP214048

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    Gagea graeca OP214048

    Despite it small size, it is quite a showy species. Excellent for a small pot in a sunny position.

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    Gagea reticulata OP220015

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    Gagea reticulata OP220015

    Early flowering species from N. Africa, E. Mediterranean and the Balkan.

    Flowering over few weeks time. Forming small clumps. Better in a small pot under glass.

    15+ seeds for

    5.00
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    Geissorhiza aspera OP215133

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    Geissorhiza aspera OP215133

    Another small but showy member of this genus from the West Cape, SA

    Perfect for a small pot in sunny position

    10 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Geissorhiza corrugata

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    Geissorhiza corrugata

    A little jewel with glaucous, spiral leaves and shiny yellow flowers, excellent for a small pot is a sunny position

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    Geissorhiza inflexa

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    Geissorhiza inflexa

    This  SA species, with its stuning color is now very rare and threatend in its native habitat.

    We can now offer seeds of this desirable  bulb.

    12 seeds for

    5.00
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    Geranium libani OP29174

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    Geranium libani OP29174

    This rare Eastern Mediterranean species is perrenial, summer dormant. Plants form tall clumps to about 70cm with large blueish flowers. Quite hardy, grows well outside in S. France.

    8 seeds for

    5.00
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    Gladiolus aff. atroviolaceus OP216282

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    Gladiolus aff. atroviolaceus OP216282

    Ex. Armenia. A much smaller form with paler flowers and bluish leaves. Clumping rapidly.

    A real beauty. Offered for the first time

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    Gladiolus anatolicus

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    Gladiolus anatolicus

    Small  species about 30 cm, with deep pink flowers. Originally from Akseki Turkey, grown from Jim Archibald’s seeds.

    6 seeds for

    5.00
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    Gladiolus atroviolaceus OP215033

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    Gladiolus atroviolaceus OP215033

    Ex. North Jordan, near the border with Syria.

    The deepest color i have seen of this species.

    Prefers deep planting, will escape thorough the drainage hole of a pot so be careful.

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    Gladiolus carinatus

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    Gladiolus carinatus

    Ex. South Africa; West Cape; near Bredasdrop

    Originally from Silverhill seeds.

    To 40cm, lovely shades of pink-Mauve flowers.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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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.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Gladiolus italicus

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    Gladiolus italicus

    Well known species with a wide distribution. Often can be seen in large quantities in grain fields.

    Easy, good for a big pot or for naturalizing in the garden.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Gladiolus maculatus

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    Gladiolus maculatus

    Early flowering slender species from the West Cape, huge variation in color, scented.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Gladiolus splendens

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    Gladiolus splendens

    Ex. South Africa

    Stunning red color on the species, to about 60 cm tall. Forming large clumps.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Gladiolus tristis

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    Gladiolus tristis

    Showy , creamy yellow specie from South Africa, 45-60 cm. easy.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Habranthus robustus

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    Habranthus robustus

    Showy species from South America.

    It blooms here 2 – 3 times during summer and autumn.

    About 30-40 cm. Excellent pot plant or in a mild garden

    Forms big clumps and a good self seeder.

    We have fresh seeds to sow upon arrival.

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    Habranthus tubispathus

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    Habranthus tubispathus

    A cheerfull small  species for a pot or a rock garden.

    Multiplies rapidly from bulbs and seeds, flowering 2-3 times during early summer and autumn.

    We have fresh seeds to sow uppon arrival.

    15 seeds for

    5.00
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    Helicodicerus moscivorus

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    Helicodicerus moscivorus

    Ex. Balearic Islands

    A real monster! very large flowers with the most horible scent and wonderful leaves. Despite the scent… you just can not take your eyes of it…

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    Hyacinthella millingenii OP211298

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    Hyacinthella millingenii OP211298

    This is a real jewel.

    It is a miniature species endemic to Cyprus.  Better grown in a small pot under glass due to its size, also for its early blooming time. Starting in January.

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    Hyacinthella nervosa OP215020

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    Hyacinthella nervosa OP215020

    Ex Jordan:Petra

    A rare pink form of this species with short, dense flowering stems. Bautiful in a small pot. Needs along , dry, summer rest.

    8 seeds for

    5.00
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    Hyacinthella nervosa OP29114

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    Hyacinthella nervosa OP29114

    Lovely early spring flowering species with distribution from Jordan through Iraq and Syria up to Turkey. This selected form has been found in the Jordan Valley, relatively tall stems carrying intense blue colored flowers. Needs a long dry summer rest.

    8 seeds for

    5.00
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    Hyacinthoides mauritanica vicentina

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    Hyacinthoides mauritanica vicentina

    A lovely, small size blue-bell from Portugal. Pale blue flowers with purple anthers

    12 seeds for

     

    5.00
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    Iris aff. aucheri OP215002

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    Iris aff. aucheri OP215002

    Ex. Jordan, Shobak area.

    Both Tony Hall and Oron agree that this is another color form of Iris regis-uzziae.

    Iris aucheri that we know from Turkey and Iran is very different.

    For the experts!

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    Iris atropurpurea

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    Iris atropurpurea

    Member of the Oncocyclus section, this species is endemic to the coast of Israel. Large velvety purple/black flowers.
    It is the first Oncocyclus species to flower, as early as mid January. Growing in pure sand, sunny, ventilated conditions. Probably the easiest Onco. to germinate. Needs a long dry summer rest.
    We need to hand pollinated all our Oncocyclus Irises as they hybridize freely.

    5 seeds for

    8.00
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    Iris bismarckiana

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    Iris bismarckiana

    An incredibly beautifull Oncocyclus species from the Eastern Mediterranean.  Out of all the Oncocyclus, I. bismarckiana is the shiest to set flowers and even shaier to set seeds.

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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.

    12 seeds for

    5.00
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    Iris gatesii

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    Iris gatesii

    This species from SE Turkey has really big flowers with unique grey/purple color. It is a late flowering species belonging to the Oncocyclus section.

    Not available this year

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    Iris grant-dufii OP213031

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    Iris grant-dufii OP213031

    Rare species from Syria and north Israel where is is almost extinct.

    Massive tall clumps with delicate yellow flowers.  It grows in deep soils in damp conditions during winter. Needs long, dry summer rest.

    5 seeds for

    5.00
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    Iris haynei

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    Iris haynei

    This species from Israel and Jordan has large, scented flowers. Quite easy to grow but highly sensitive to Virus and leaf diseases therefore for more experienced growers.

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    Iris hieruchamensis

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    Iris hieruchamensis

    Probably a natural hybrid between I. mariae and I. atrofusca. Usually with endless variation in color forms

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    Iris kirkwoodiae

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    Iris kirkwoodiae

    Another incredibly beautiful Oncocyclus member from Syria and SE Turkey.

    Tall stems with often very big flowers. Quite easy.

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    Iris lortetii

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    Iris lortetii

    A stunning Oncocyclus Iris from Lebanon, Israel and Palestine. Large flowers. Produces large clumps with many flowers when happy.

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    Iris mariae

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    Iris mariae

    This fabulous Oncocyclus species is native to the sandy parts of the Negev Desert, Gaza strip and NW Egypt.

    Easy to germinate but need some experience in growing this group of Irises.

    3 seeds for

     

     

    8.00
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    Iris nigricans

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    Iris nigricans

    The black Iris of Jordan,

    Bluish-green leaves with amazingly dark flowers.

    Needs a long dry summer rest.

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    Iris palaestina - Mix

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    Iris palaestina – Mix

    An elegant Juno species from the Eastern Mediterranean.

    A  mix of selected forms we grow.

    You need to be patient as germination can be slow but once etablished it will form impressive clumps with stuning number of flowers.

    8 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Iris palaestina OP21002

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    Iris palaestina OP21002

    Rare blue colored  form of this elegant, Eastern Mediterranean Juno species. It forms big clumps with dozens of flowers in early spring.

    10 seeds for

    5.00
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    Iris palaestina OP211075

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    Iris palaestina OP211075

    Very unusuall color form for this species.

    Flowers open completely yellow with orange markings, later on fade to pale yellow.

    Germination in this species can be slow, keep soil dry in summer and water it again  in late autumn.

    8 seeds for

     

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    Iris pamphylica

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    Iris pamphylica

    A rarity from SW Turkey.

    One of the most beautifull species in this genus. Very slender with nerrow leaves up to 45cm and stunning delicate flowers.

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    Iris planifolia

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    Iris planifolia

    Ex. Spain

    A rubust species, better grown in a big pot or in the garden due to its mesurments.

    Produces with time large clumps with many flowers. Excelent for mild climet gardens.

    8 seeds for 

    5.00
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    Iris planifolia x Iris palaestina

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    Iris planifolia x Iris palaestina

    A hybrid born in the rursery, cross between these two species.

    Vigorous with lovely quite large pale flowers. Tends to form clumps rapidly.

    5 seeds for

    5.00
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    Iris postii OP215011

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    Iris postii OP215011

    I have been after this mysterious species for 7 years!

    A beautiful Juno Iris with many color forms from very pale to the deepest blue or purple colors.

    This species grows in extemely harsh conditions in the eastern desert in the area where Syria, Jordan and Iraq meet.

    First time in cultivaion and first time offered.

    For the experts!

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    Iris pumila ssp. attica OP215106

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    Iris pumila ssp. attica OP215106

    Ex. Greece; Sounio.

    A selection of two very showy and floriferous forms. Forms clumps rapidaly. showy!

    Good for the rock garden or a pan.

    5 seeds for

    5.00
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    Iris regis-uzziae OP215024

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    Iris regis-uzziae OP215024

    The rare Jordanian yellow form of this species. It is a desert species, growing in the southern mountains at high elevations.  Blooming time is Februay – March.

    For the experts!

    Only few seeds availble this year

    5 seeds for  

    8.00
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    Iris suaveolens OP213034

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    Iris suaveolens OP213034

    Ex. Greece; Chios

    A yellow form of this small bearded Iris. Excellent for the rock garden or a pot.

    6 seeds for

     

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    Iris swensoniana

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    Iris swensoniana

    Ex. Syria

    A beautiful purple Oncocyclus Iris endemic to the Houran Region in W. syria.

    No seeds available this year

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    Iris tingitana

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    Iris tingitana

    Tall, robust species  from Algeria and Morocco. Up to 1 meter. Blooming over a long period as it brunches to produce new, side flowering stems.

    Ex. Morocco

    8 seeds for

    5.00
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    Iris tuberosa

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    Iris tuberosa

    syn. Hermodactylus tuberosus.

    Ex. Crete, a curious species, green standards and almost black, velvety falls. Pendulous seedpods  lovely in a big pot.

    8 seeds for

     

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    Iris unguicularis OP215059

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    Iris unguicularis OP215059

    Ex. Greece; Zakynthos, Keri

    This form has beatifully marked flowers.

    Long period of blooming.

    6 seeds for

    5.00
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    Iris vartanii OP210271

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    Iris vartanii OP210271

    A rarity from Israel, Palestine and Jordan.  Usually pale grayish/blue in color but this form has deep colors. It needs a long, dry summer rest . Germinate might take place  in the second year therefor pot should be left to dry in summer to prevent rot.

    Needs strong light/sun and good ventilation.

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    iris vartanii OP213045

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    iris vartanii OP213045

    This rare, reticulata group member is the earliest to flower in the wild, strating in November.

    Elegany pale grey-blue flowers with pointed standards.

    seeds from different forms we grow

    8 seeds for

     

    5.00
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    Iris xiphium

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    Iris xiphium

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

    Originally  from Malaga: Antequera.

    12 seeds for

     

    5.00
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    Lachenalia contaminata

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