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Amaryllidaceae


Crinum campanulatumThe amaryllids form a large group of over sixty genera, which are found mainly in South Africa. Some also grow in South America and in the Mediterranean.

Crinum campanulatum (left) from the Eastern Cape is an aquatic species and happy in the garden pond.

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Brunsvigia

A genus of showy South African amaryllids ranging from a few cm to 1.5m tall. Produces umbels of flowers in shades of pink and red. Flowering size plants. Prefers sun & good drainage.


Brunsvigia marginata
Brunsvigia marginata
Rare

Winter growing, Western Cape
mountains, late summer flowering
20 cm tall
Brunsvigia grandiflora
Brunsvigia grandiflora

Summer growing and flowering.
It is becoming very rare due to pressure on the land.
A stunning pot specimen. Slow to mature. 70cm tall.
Brunsvigia undulata
Brunsvigia undulata (red)
Cyrtanthus mackenii Cyrtanthus elatus Cyrtanthus obrienii
Cyrtanthus mackenii Cyrtanthus elatus
George lily
Cyrtanthus obrienii
Flowers throughout the year, with
the main flush through winter. Shades of pink, yellow & white.
Sweetly scented, with long flower stems. Good cut flower
This small evergreen flowers during
mid to late summer and can be brought into flower after a dry rest. Ideal in small pots or frost free gardens. Good cut flower
A beautiful evergreen from Natal
Cyrtanthus sanguineus
Cyrtanthus sanguineus
A rare and beautiful species
from Natal, large bright red
flowers
Scadoxus membranaceus
Scadoxus membranaceus
Highly recommended low light, shade loving plant or ideal indoor subject. Large red flower heads in late summer persist for 4 - 6 months, filling up with bright red berries.
Scadoxus membranaceus fruit
Fruit

Flowering sized plants, shade loving, evergreen, berries borne in winter. Common name – African Paintbrush . 4.90

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