|Bulbs of Central
5202 Habranthus brachyandrus ---- Each: $ 7.50
This gorgeous Habranthus has huge pale pink trumpets with a deep purple
throat. One of the most beautiful in this lovely genus.
5203 Habranthus coeruleus --- Each: $ 10.00 SOLD OUT
Although the Latin name means 'blue', these are actually
a beautiful lavender color, the throat of each trumpet being green. A
very rare species from Argentina. FEW
5205 Habranthus magnoi ---- Each: $ 7.00
Beautiful white trumpet-shaped flowers, the petals can be tipped with pink.
5204 Habranthus martinezii --- Each: $ 5.00/3 for $12.00
The dainty pale pink flowers with burgundy throats are produced
5200 Habranthus robustus ---- Each: $ 3.50 / 3 for $10.00
This vigorous Habranthus is well-known, with large pink flowers with
white throats produced over a long period. Often blooms repeatedly throughout
5210 Habranthus tubispathus ---- Each: $ 3.50 / 3 for $ 9.00
A smaller Habranthus, with Crocus-like golden yellow flowers flushed with
copper on the outside, on 6-8" stems. This one can bloom continuously for up
to 3 months.
5212 Habranthus tubispathus var. roseus ---- Each: $ 3.50 / 30 fr $ 9.00
The coppery buds open creamy yellow, but quickly change to pink flushed
deep rose on the outside. Very attractive.
5216 Habranthus versicolor ---- Each: $ 6.00
Dainty pale pink flowers with a ruby throat and dark pink on the
outer petals. Very charming.
5215 Habranthus hybrid 'Russell Manning' --- Each: $ 5.00
A lovely hybrid of H. robustus, with very large trumpets
the petals of which have a slight twist.
Mexico,Central and South America. With Zephyranthes, they are often called "Rain
Lilies," blooming is stimulated by rain following a period of drought (late summer,
usually). Zone 7-10. SHIPS YEAR ROUND For a posting on Habranthus see the blog:
5400 Zephyranthes candida --- 5 for $ 5.00 / 15 for $ 7.50
Z. candida is an evergreen species, rare for this genus. It has white crocus-like reliable.
5410 Zephyranthes drummondii Giant Prairie Lily --- Each: $ 4.50
Very large white flowers sometimes flushed pink on this lovely
Texan Zephyranthes. Strongly scented!
5405 Zephyranthes katherinae -- Not available this year
NEW -- Wonderful sunset colors on this beautiful Zephyranthes.
5416 Zephyranthes lindleyana ---- Each: $ 4.00
The deep pink flowers have rounded petals and are held on 10" stems.
One of the best Mexican species. FEW
5415 Zephyranthes macrosiphon ‘El Cielo’ ---- Not available this year
Upward-facing flowers with a green center that open deep pink,
then fade to a delicate pale pink. Mexico .
5420 Zephyranthes primulina --- Each: $ 4.50
Primrose yellow flowers distinguish this vigorous Zephyranthes.
Very easy to grow.
5431 Zephyranthes "Bubbles" --- Not available this year
A delightful hybrid with large pink flowers with rounded petals.
Zephyranthes are the true Rain Lilies, their
name literally meaning "Flower of the West
Wind", the West Wind bringing rain! Most
are small plants which do well in containers,
and are also ideally suited to the rock
garden. They are natives of the southern
U.S., Mexico, Central and South America.
of the World
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