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    The Eastern Mediterranean countries of Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Jordan, Cyprus and north-east Egypt offer a rich and varied bulbous flora. In this field guide more than 400 species are illustrated with over 600 beautiful images, making it an essential reference work for everyone with an interest in bulbous plants. There is extensive coverage of alliums, irises, crocuses and colchicums, as well as genera that have a smaller but important representation in the area, such as cyclamen, fritillaries and scillas.
    The author Oron Peri has been fascinated by bulbous plants since his childhood, studying and growing them where he lives in Israel. He is a plantsman, garden designer, writer, photographer and a leader of botanical tours in various parts of the world. Many of the plants featured in the book are from locations which, because of the political situation in this area, most people will never visit. We may never see these plants in the wild but this book is a beautifully illustrated substitute. This book was listed by The Guardian newspaper as among the best gardening and plant books of 2015.

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    Description

    The Eastern Mediterranean countries of Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Jordan, Cyprus and north-east Egypt offer a rich and varied bulbous flora. In this field guide more than 400 species are illustrated with over 600 beautiful images, making it an essential reference work for everyone with an interest in bulbous plants. There is extensive coverage of alliums, irises, crocuses and colchicums, as well as genera that have a smaller but important representation in the area, such as cyclamen, fritillaries and scillas.
    The author Oron Peri has been fascinated by bulbous plants since his childhood, studying and growing them where he lives in Israel. He is a plantsman, garden designer, writer, photographer and a leader of botanical tours in various parts of the world. Many of the plants featured in the book are from locations which, because of the political situation in this area, most people will never visit. We may never see these plants in the wild but this book is a beautifully illustrated substitute. This book was listed by The Guardian newspaper as among the best gardening and plant books of 2015.

    https://www.alpinegardensociety.net/shop/bulbs-of-the-eastern-mediterranean/

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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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    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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    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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    Ex. South Africa; West Cape; Tulbagh Valley

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

    10 seeds for

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    Albuca monophylla

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    Albuca monophylla

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    Allium amethystinum

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    Allium amethystinum

    5.00
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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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    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 Meiterranean.

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

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

    Not available this year 

    Syn. Allium hierochuntinum

    The only blue flowering Allium in the Eastern Meiterranean.

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

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

    Not available this year 

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

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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

    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