Here's a flower that will stop people in their tracks! This Bomarea is an exciting, rare vine from...Bomarea acutifolia is a tuberous perennial species with long, twining shoots that can reach 20 feet...Bomarea hirtella Bomarea are a climbing plant related to alstoemeria, and Bomarea hirtella is...Bomarea multiflora planted in San Marcos Growers garden This delicate vine from Colombia could also...The Orange Sunset Bomarea is a tuber-forming perennial with attractive, twining shoots that grow 10...Bomarea acutifolia prefers moderate temperatures, with cooler nights. It may not thrive in areas...Back to catalogue NEXT PREVIOUSPretty in pink! The Pink Bomarea ( Bomarea edulis ) is a gorgeous vine that you're not likely to...Bomarea spp.Bomarea ovata grows in the coastal desert of Peru and in drier parts of cordilleras of Peru, Bolivia...The Pink Bomarea is a tuberous vine with attractive, twining shoots. The plant climbs about 10 feet...Most Bomareas come from cloud forests of the Andes mountains, where temperatures are mild all year...Back to catalogue NEXT PREVIOUSCheck availability Germination tips for this plant Home Strange Wonderful Things Rare and exotic...Bomarea spp.The photos below by Nhu Nguyen grown by Jacob Uluwehi Knecht is from mid-elevation Colombia. The...The Pink Bomarea is native to Central and South America. Unlike most Bomareas, which come from cool...Filtered sun or morning sun is preferred. Protect it from strong afternoon sun. It does not need a...The photos below by Nhu Nguyen grown by Jacob Uluwehi Knecht is from mid-elevation Colombia. The...Bomarea spp....of all Bomareas. The species name is undetermined. I don't know anyone else offering fresh seeds.Cyrtanthus breviflorusThe photos below by Nhu Nguyen grown by Jacob Uluwehi Knecht is from mid-elevation Colombia. The...Bomarea spp.Bomarea hirsuta (syn. B. kalbreyeri ) is a vigorous, climbing plant that grows up to ten feet or so....Bomarea spp.Bomarea hirsuta (syn. B. kalbreyeri ) is a vigorous, climbing plant that grows up to ten feet or so....Bomarea salsilla, the throat of this Chilean native Alstroemeriaceae is black Previous NextDescription: Cambridge, England: Botanic Garden: Bomarea edulis (Tussac) Herb. gallery home page |...Bomarea spp.