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Mid-sized stemless Aloe, widespread and locally abundant in northern Ethiopia and in Eritrea. It grows solitary or forming small groups. It grows on rocky slopes, mostly on sandstone or limestone, in areas with evergreen bushland or wooded grassland. This batch is from Ethiopian populations.
Pack of two corms or stem sections. Showy plant with large triangular leaves and edible corms, called malanga or taro. Petioles and leaf veins are dark purple. It loves water and can be grown in ponds or buckets as well as in regular pots with damp soil. This is the true wild type, raised from seeds some years ago, originally called Xanthosoma violaceum.
Small clumping palm with elegant entire, bifid leaves. Stems are very thin. It is still rare in cultivation, and critically endangered in the wild. It is native to the understorey of wet lowland forest in Guatemala and Honduras. In can grow in tropical to warm Mediterranean conditions - suitable for indoor cultivation, as it can be kept in a pot for its...
Beautiful succulent plant endemic to Tenerife. This species of Aeonium does not branch, it grows upright and it bears a huge piramidal inflorescence. "Urbicum" means "urban", because it is often seen growing among tiles on the roofs of the city of La Laguna, in an "urban environment".
Spectacular dwarf selection of an everblooming Australian species. It makes a perfect flowering groundcover in sunny conditions but it is also great in rockeries or in pots as a fill-up plant. It originates in a harsh mediterranean climate and it is very adaptable ... let's say from -5 to 45C!
This "Giant Blue Salvia" is a shrub from Cool-tropical Africa. It grows in a quintessentially tropical shape, with large opposite dark green leaves and monumental sprays of electric blue-purple flowers, lasting for some months. Grows in the coastal Mediterranean.
"New Generation" mango, developed for family use and not for the industry. Small sized tree with regular production of extremely flavourful fibre-free sweet fruits. Different people recognize different aromas and some will taste melon, papaya, honey, figs or so. Read more in the longer description!
Semi dwarf mango that can be trained at 3 m or below in height. It bears late in season large pruprle-red fruits with firm, juicy yellow flesh, aromatic and has an intensely sweet. It is a candidate fro growing in cold areas since it is dwarf, late and has a lot of resistance to fungal diseases.