6281 Lachenalia algoensis -- Not available this year
Beautiful butter yellow flowers. FEW
6282 Lachenalia arbuthnotiae -- Each: $ 7.50
Dense spikes of scented yellow flowers. A very desirable species.
6280 Lachenalia aloides var. quadricolor------------Each: $ 3.00 / 3 for $ 7.50
One of the most colorful and vigorous of the Lachenalias. The flowers have outer petals of orange
and green, and inner ones are edged with deep maroon. A great plant in a container.
6283 Lachenalia aloides var. vanzyliae -- Each: $ 7.00
The flowers are pearly shades of blue, white and pale green.
Extremely attractive. FEW AVAILABLE
6285 Lachenalia bachmanii-------------Each: $ 4.50
Very sweetly scented white flowers in a dense spike. Late blooming.
6286 Lachenalia bulbifera -- Each: $ 6.00
The lovely ruby red flowers are tipped green.
6284 Lachenalia carnosa -- Each: $ 6.50
NEW -- Delicate spikes of white flowers tipped with magenta.
6300 Lachenalia contaminata -------------Each: $ 4.50
Grassy leaves and dense spikes of beautiful white flowers marked with crimson.
6302 Lachenalia elegans v. suaveolens ---- Each: $ 7.00
Very different, with tall spires of dusky purple flowers. FEW
6312 Lachenalia kliprandensis -- Each: $ 8.00
A very rare species from a restricted area in the Cape, this
species has large pustulate leaves and a sturdy spike of white and purple flowers.
6310 Lachenalia liliflora ------------- Each: $ 5.50
A later blooming species, with dense spikes of white flowers tipped with purple
6311 Lachenalia matthewsii -- Each: $ 6.00
A very desirable species that should be in every collection. Dense
buttery yellow flowers.
6315 Lachenalia mediana -------- Each: $ 5.00 / 3 for $12.00
Beautiful flowers in opalescent shades of lavender, blue and palest yellow.
6320 Lachenalia mutabilis -------- Not available this year
As the name implies, this lovely Lachenalia changes its color, the purple
buds changing to chrome yellow. Very charming.
6324 Lachenalia neillii -- Each: $ 6.50
NEW -- Lovely dense spikes of white flowers striped green.
6321 Lachenalia orchioides v. glaucina ---- Not available this year
Breathtakingly beautiful, with large flowers in shades of blue, pink
and lavender. The best.
6322 Lachenalia orchioides v. orchioides -- Not available this year
Beautiful yellow and green flowers.
6325 Lachenalia namaquensis ---------- Each: $ 5.00
A vigorous Lachenalia that will multiply well to fill a pot with its beautiful
flowers of blue and magenta.
6330 Lachenalia pallida---------------Each: $ 3.50 / 3 for $ 9.00
This lovely free-blooming species has spikes of pale primrose flowers that open from lavender buds.
6331 Lachenalia purpureo-caerulea -- Each: $ 7.50 FEW
NEW -- An exquisitely beautiful Lachenalia that is also scented.
6335 Lachenalia pustulata-----------Each: $ 5.00
The beauty of the flowers helps to overcome the rather unattractive name which refers to the
bumpiness of the leaves. We have four color forms:
Lachenalia pustulata - Purple
Lachenalia pustulata - Blue
Lachenalia pustulata - Pale Blue
Lachenalia pustulata - Turquoise
6338 Lachenalia reflexa -------- Each: $ 3.00
Lemon yellow flowers on short stems.
6360 Lachenalia unicolor -------------Not available this year
The scented violet flowers have protruding feathery stamens.
6365 Lachenalia unifolia ---- Each: $ 6.00
Dainty spires of pink and blue. The base of the leaves are
6375 Lachenalia zeyheri ----------- Each: $ 5.00
A very attractive species with white scented flowers.
The base of the stem sand leaves are horizontally striped.
6377 Lachenalia violacea -- Not available this year
NEW -- A very striking species with long spires of downward pointing flowers with a strong
6376 Lachenalia viridiflora ---------- Each: $7.50
This stunningly beautiful Lachenalia is the most sought-after of all, with flowers that are an intense
turquoise. A very rare color in the plant world.
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This is a large genus of well over 100 species, the majority of which are from the Cape Province of South Africa. The
flowers are extremely variable, covering the entire palette including green. Their relationship to Hyacinths is obvious, since
their flowers are in a spike-like arrangement, tubular or urn-shaped, and often scented. All are winter-growing tender plants,
and are well suited for greenhouse culture. Zone 8-10. SHIPS AUGUST-OCTOBER
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