Jim with the spectacular blue amaryllis from Southern Brazil In the early 70's I received seed from...From the rainforests of Brazil - or what's left of them - comes this rarely seen gem, Griffinia...The cultivar i grow is unusually robust, with leaves from 8 to 11 inches long, and large,...Worsleya (W. Watson ex Traub) Traub Publication : 1944. Herbertia 10(1943): 89. Type : W. procera...Planting your bulb Getting started -- You may start your bulb in a small pot about 4-5 inches (10-13...The following information come from Ian Black, an International Bulb Society member in the UK : ...Imagine our excitement recently to see a flower spike emerging on our Worsleya plant. This beautiful...Jim Holmes with Worsleya, a blue Amaryllis from BrazilAmaryllidacées et timbresverji Кафе машина Posts: 3567 Age: 53 Joined: Wed Dec 02, 2009 12:40 pm Location: Плевен Gender:Worsleya rayneriHippeastrum mandonii - There is not a description that will ever do this plant justice as it has to...Ann and Jim's granddaughter, Monique, with Ceropegia ampliata - (click photo to enlarge) Jim is well...A series of pictures of the fabulous Worsleya rayneri. Page may be slow to load but I think you'll...Acorus calamus 'Variegatus' - A taller version of its cousins, Variegata looks like a large...Hippeastrum sp. (Parc National d'Itatiaia) - http://ppozzato-post.blogspot...Aloe bainesii - This tree aloe forms a stately plant to 30 tall or more. The rosettes are 3 across...Spiloxene capensis Sternbergia lutea These brilliant white starry flowers are stunning on a sunny...This Griffinia is very easy to grow. Optimal temperatures are between 60 and 90 degrees F (15-33...Foto:Bertie Apricot Pink Spider - Nursery Ferero - Gideon Botha CLIVIA Onderzoek-ResearchScilla peruvianaWelcome to the home page of Tony and Jenny Palmer We run a small mail order nursery specialising in...Chasmanthe - Next Back to TopWelcome to the home page of Tony and Jenny Palmer...for Oxalis this one can be propagated from cuttings of the tree-like shoots. Flowers in autumn.Spiloxene capensisI bet that's got all you bulb fanatics salivating! For those of you who have been watching this...... but also in my experience tame enough to have in the garden as well. Looks great in a rock garden.