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AGAPANTHUS ALBUCA ALLIUM AMARYLLIS AMMOCHARIS ARISTEA BABIANA BAEOMETRA BOBARTIA BOOPHANE BRUNSVIGIA BULBINE BULBINELLA CHASMANTHE CHLOROPHYTUM CLIVIA COLCHICUM CRINUM CROCOSMIA CROSSYNE CYANELLA CYRTANTHUS DAUBENYA DIERAMA DIETES DILATRIS DIPCADI DRIMIA EMPODIUM ERIOSPERMUM EUCOMIS FERRARIA FREESIA GEISSORHIZA GETHYLLIS GLADIOLUS GLORIOSA HAEMANTHUS HESPERANTHA HESSEA HYPOXIS IXIA KNIPHOFIA LACHENALIA LAPEIROUSIA LEDEBOURIA MASSONIA MERWILLA MICRANTHUS MORAEA NERINE ORNITHOGALUM ORNITHOGLOSSUM OXALIS PANCRATIUM PELARGONIUM ROMULEA SCHIZOCARPHUS SPARAXIS SPILOXENE STRUMARIA SYRINGODEA THEREIANTHUS TRACHYANDRA TRITONIA TRITONIOPSIS TULBAGHIA VELTHEIMIA WACHENDORFIA WATSONIA WURMBEA XENOSCAPA ZANTEDESCHIA
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus africanus
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Albuca abyssinica
ZAR 75.00
Allium: only one natural species native to southern Africa. This large family includes leeks, shallots and chives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Allium dregeanum
ZAR 75.00
Amaryllis: only two species in this Amaryllideae family, Belladonna and Paradisicola. Known in their native country as March Lilies, flowering at this time. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Amaryllis belladonna
ZAR 125.00
Ammocharis: Winter rainfall South African bulbs, closely associated with Crinum and Cybistetes. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ammocharis coranica
ZAR 125.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea abyssinica
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana ambigua
ZAR 95.00
Baeometra: the only member  of the genus. Winter-rainfall bulb, native only to South Africa, west cape province. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Baeometra uniflora
ZAR 75.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia aphylla
ZAR 75.00
Boophane: two species of Amaryllis family origin. Commonly known as Bushmen bulbs, because of their traditional usage in making poisoned arrows. Widely distributed throughout tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Boophane disticha
ZAR 135.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia bosmaniae
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine abyssinica
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella barkeriae
ZAR 75.00
Chasmanthe: Endemism, South Africa. Greek derivation, Gaping-Mouth: Gaping flowers. Widely grown as garden subject. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chasmanthe aethiopica
ZAR 65.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum acutum
ZAR 75.00
Clivia: Large lily-shaped tuberous species. Southern African endemic. Widely cultivated for summer gardens. Enjoys part-shade. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Clivia caulescens
ZAR 130.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum albanense
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum acaule
ZAR 140.00
Crocosmia: a hardy garden plant, native to southern Africa up to Sudan. Family: Iridaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crocosmia aurea ssp aurea
ZAR 60.00
Crossyne: only 2 known species in this genus, native to Southern Africa, Cape provinces. Unusual looking flowered bulb plants, now classed separately to Boophane. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crossyne flava
ZAR 120.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella alba ssp alba
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus angustifolius
ZAR 115.00
Daubenya: found only in the cape provinces, South Africa. Hyacinth relative. Winter-growing species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Daubenya alba
ZAR 110.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama adelphicum
ZAR 65.00
Dietes: Rhizomatous, Iridaceae Family. Popular garden subjects from South Africa, but naturalized in other areas. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dietes bicolor
ZAR 65.00
Dilatris: endemic to Western Cape, South Africa. Winter-rainfall species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Dilatris corymbosa
ZAR 95.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi bakerianum
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia acarophylla
ZAR 150.00
Empodium: Hypoxidaceae (Hypoxis) family. Native only to South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Empodium elongatum
ZAR 90.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum aequilibre
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis autumnalis ssp amaryllidifolia
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria brevifolia
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia andersoniae
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza alticola
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis afra
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus abbreviatus
ZAR 95.00
Gloriosa: Africa, endemic, reputable garden subject. Summer species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gloriosa modesta
ZAR 85.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus albiflos
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha acuta ssp acuta
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea breviflora
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis acuminata
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia abbreviata
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia acraea
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia alba
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia anceps
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria apertiflora
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia bifolia
ZAR 110.00
Merwilla: small genus found in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Commonly called Squills. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Merwilla dracomontana
ZAR 70.00
Micranthus: Iris family, endemism winter region South Africa. Derivation:
Micranthus alopecuroides
ZAR 75.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea acocksii
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine angustifolia
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum adseptentrionesvergentulum
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum dinteri
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Large summer bulb characterized by whorled narrow leaves and large white Amaryllid like flowers. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Oxalis adenodes
ZAR 110.00
Pancratium: A single member in this genus. Summer growing, endemism: tropical and subtropical Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Pancractium tenuifolium
ZAR 145.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium abrotanifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea albiflora
ZAR 80.00
Schizocarphus: Single species genus. A summer growing squill species, southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Schizocarphus nervosus
ZAR 75.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis auriculata
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene acida
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria aestivalis
ZAR 105.00
Syringodea: Entirely endemic to South Africa, particularly winter-rainfall regions. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Syringodea bifucata
ZAR 115.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus bracteolatus
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra acocksii
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia atrorubens
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis antholyza
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia acutiloba
ZAR 75.00
Veltheimia: Forest Lily, only 2 members found in South Africa. A hardy large bulb species, attractive leaves and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Veltheimia bracteata
ZAR 95.00
Wachendorfia: Endemism, Cape, South Africa. Common name: Blood Root. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Wachendorfia brachyandra
ZAR 90.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia aletroides
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea angustifolia
ZAR 70.00
Xenoscapa: Freesieae plant tribe, Family, Iris. Only 2 species exist in Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Xenoscapa fistulosa
ZAR 90.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia aethiopica
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus campanulatus ssp campanulatus
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Albuca acuminata
ZAR 75.00
Amaryllis: only two species in this Amaryllideae family, Belladonna and Paradisicola. Known in their native country as March Lilies, flowering at this time. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Amaryllis paradisicola
ZAR 125.00
Ammocharis: Winter rainfall South African bulbs, closely associated with Crinum and Cybistetes. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ammocharis longifolia
ZAR 125.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea africana
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana angustifolia
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia fasciculata
ZAR 75.00
Boophane: two species of Amaryllis family origin. Commonly known as Bushmen bulbs, because of their traditional usage in making poisoned arrows. Widely distributed throughout tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Boophane haemanthoides
ZAR 135.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia comptonii
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine alooides
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella calcicola
ZAR 75.00
Chasmanthe: Endemism, South Africa. Greek derivation, Gaping-Mouth: Gaping flowers. Widely grown as garden subject. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chasmanthe bicolor
ZAR 65.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum angulicaule
ZAR 75.00
Clivia: Large lily-shaped tuberous species. Southern African endemic. Widely cultivated for summer gardens. Enjoys part-shade. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Clivia gardenii
ZAR 130.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum albofenestratum
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum bulbispermum
ZAR 140.00
Crocosmia: a hardy garden plant, native to southern Africa up to Sudan. Family: Iridaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crocosmia fucata
ZAR 60.00
Crossyne: only 2 known species in this genus, native to Southern Africa, Cape provinces. Unusual looking flowered bulb plants, now classed separately to Boophane. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crossyne guttata
ZAR 120.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella alba ssp flavescens
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus attenuatus
ZAR 115.00
Daubenya: found only in the cape provinces, South Africa. Hyacinth relative. Winter-growing species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Daubenya aurea
ZAR 110.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama ambiguum
ZAR 65.00
Dietes: Rhizomatous, Iridaceae Family. Popular garden subjects from South Africa, but naturalized in other areas. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dietes butcheriana
ZAR 65.00
Dilatris: endemic to Western Cape, South Africa. Winter-rainfall species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Dilatris ixioides
ZAR 95.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi brevifolium
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia albiflora
ZAR 150.00
Empodium: Hypoxidaceae (Hypoxis) family. Native only to South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Empodium flexile
ZAR 90.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum alcicorne
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis autumnalis ssp autumnalis
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria crispa
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia caryophyllacea
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza altimontana
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis barkerae ssp barkerae
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus acuminatus
ZAR 95.00
Gloriosa: Africa, endemic, reputable garden subject. Summer species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gloriosa rigidifolia
ZAR 85.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus amarylloides ssp amarylloides
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha acuta ssp tugwelliae
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea cinnamomea
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis angustifolia var angustifolia
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia acaulis
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia albescens
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia algoensis
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia arenicola
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria asperifolia
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia citrina
ZAR 110.00
Merwilla: small genus found in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Commonly called Squills. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Merwilla plumbea
ZAR 70.00
Micranthus: Iris family, endemism winter region South Africa. Derivation:
Micranthus junceus
ZAR 75.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea albicuspa
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine appendiculata
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum aetfatense
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum gracile
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis adspersa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium acetosum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea albomarginata
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis bulbifera
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene aemulans
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria barbarae
ZAR 105.00
Syringodea: Entirely endemic to South Africa, particularly winter-rainfall regions. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Syringodea concolor
ZAR 115.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus bulbiferus
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra adamsonii
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia bakeri ssp bakeri
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis bicolor
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia alliacea
ZAR 75.00
Veltheimia: Forest Lily, only 2 members found in South Africa. A hardy large bulb species, attractive leaves and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Veltheimia capensis
ZAR 95.00
Wachendorfia: Endemism, Cape, South Africa. Common name: Blood Root. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Wachendorfia multiflora
ZAR 90.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia amabilis
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea burttii
ZAR 70.00
Xenoscapa: Freesieae plant tribe, Family, Iris. Only 2 species exist in Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Xenoscapa uliginosa
ZAR 90.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia albomaculata ssp albomaculata
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus campanulatus ssp patens
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Albuca affinis
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea anceps
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana arenicola
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia filiformis
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia elandsmontana
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine alveolata
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella cauda-felis
ZAR 75.00
Chasmanthe: Endemism, South Africa. Greek derivation, Gaping-Mouth: Gaping flowers. Widely grown as garden subject. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chasmanthe floribunda
ZAR 65.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum aridum
ZAR 75.00
Clivia: Large lily-shaped tuberous species. Southern African endemic. Widely cultivated for summer gardens. Enjoys part-shade. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Clivia miniata var citrina
ZAR 130.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum asteroides
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum buphanoides
ZAR 140.00
Crocosmia: a hardy garden plant, native to southern Africa up to Sudan. Family: Iridaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crocosmia masoniorum
ZAR 60.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella alba ssp minor
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus aureolinus
ZAR 115.00
Daubenya: found only in the cape provinces, South Africa. Hyacinth relative. Winter-growing species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Daubenya capensis
ZAR 110.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama argyreum
ZAR 65.00
Dietes: Rhizomatous, Iridaceae Family. Popular garden subjects from South Africa, but naturalized in other areas. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dietes flavida
ZAR 65.00
Dilatris: endemic to Western Cape, South Africa. Winter-rainfall species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Dilatris pillansii
ZAR 95.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi ciliare
ZAR 165.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia altissima
ZAR 150.00
Empodium: Hypoxidaceae (Hypoxis) family. Native only to South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Empodium gloriosum
ZAR 90.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum algiferum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis autumnalis ssp clavata
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria densepunctulata
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia corymbosa
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza arenicola
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis barkerae ssp paucifolia
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus alatus
ZAR 95.00
Gloriosa: Africa, endemic, reputable garden subject. Summer species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gloriosa superba
ZAR 85.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus amarylloides ssp polyanthus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha alborosea
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea incana
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis angustifolia var buchananii
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia alata
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia albomontana
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia aloides var aloides
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia bainesii
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria atrobrunnea
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia depressa
ZAR 110.00
Micranthus: Iris family, endemism winter region South Africa. Derivation:
Micranthus simplex
ZAR 75.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea albiflora
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine bowdenii
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum anguinum
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum parviflorum
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis albiuscula
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium aciculatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea aquatica
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis calcicola
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene alba
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria bidentata
ZAR 105.00
Syringodea: Entirely endemic to South Africa, particularly winter-rainfall regions. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Syringodea derustensis
ZAR 115.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus elandsmontanus
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra affinis
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia bakeri ssp lilacina
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis burchellii
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia capensis
ZAR 75.00
Wachendorfia: Endemism, Cape, South Africa. Common name: Blood Root. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Wachendorfia paniculata
ZAR 90.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia amatolae
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea capensis
ZAR 70.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia albomaculata ssp macrocarpa
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus caulescens ssp angustifolius
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Albuca albucoides
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea angolensis ssp acutivalvis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana attenuata
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia gladiata ssp gladiata
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia gariepensis
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine angustifolia
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella chartacea
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum bowkeri
ZAR 75.00
Clivia: Large lily-shaped tuberous species. Southern African endemic. Widely cultivated for summer gardens. Enjoys part-shade. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Clivia miniata var miniata
ZAR 130.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum austrocapense
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum campanulatum
ZAR 140.00
Crocosmia: a hardy garden plant, native to southern Africa up to Sudan. Family: Iridaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crocosmia mathewsiana
ZAR 60.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella aquatica
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus bicolor
ZAR 115.00
Daubenya: found only in the cape provinces, South Africa. Hyacinth relative. Winter-growing species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Daubenya comata
ZAR 110.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama atrum
ZAR 65.00
Dietes: Rhizomatous, Iridaceae Family. Popular garden subjects from South Africa, but naturalized in other areas. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dietes grandiflora
ZAR 65.00
Dilatris: endemic to Western Cape, South Africa. Winter-rainfall species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Dilatris viscosa
ZAR 95.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi crispum
ZAR 175.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia angustifolia
ZAR 150.00
Empodium: Hypoxidaceae (Hypoxis) family. Native only to South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Empodium monophyllum
ZAR 90.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum aphyllum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis bicolor
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria divaricata
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia fergusoniae
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza aspera
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis britteniana ssp britteniana
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus albens
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus amarylloides ssp toximontanus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha altimontana
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea mathewsii
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis argentea var argentea
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia alticola
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia angustifolia
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia aloides var aurea
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia barklyi
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria atropurpurea
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia echinata
ZAR 110.00
Micranthus: Iris family, endemism winter region South Africa. Derivation:
Micranthus thereianthoides
ZAR 75.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea algoensis
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine filamentosa
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum bicornutum
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum parviflorum var namaquense
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis algoensis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium acraeum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea atrandra var atrandra
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis caryophyllacea
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene aquatica
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria chaplinii
ZAR 105.00
Syringodea: Entirely endemic to South Africa, particularly winter-rainfall regions. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Syringodea flanaganii
ZAR 115.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus intermedius
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra arenicola
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia cedarmontana
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis caffra
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia cernua
ZAR 75.00
Wachendorfia: Endemism, Cape, South Africa. Common name: Blood Root. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Wachendorfia thyrsiflora
ZAR 90.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia angusta
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea compacta
ZAR 70.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia elliottiana
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus caulescens ssp gracilis
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Albuca anisocrispa
ZAR 155.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea angolensis ssp angolensis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana auriculata
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia gladiata ssp major
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia grandiflora
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine annua
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella ciliolata
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum calyptrocarpum
ZAR 75.00
Clivia: Large lily-shaped tuberous species. Southern African endemic. Widely cultivated for summer gardens. Enjoys part-shade. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Clivia mirabilis
ZAR 130.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum burkei
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum crassicaule
ZAR 140.00
Crocosmia: a hardy garden plant, native to southern Africa up to Sudan. Family: Iridaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crocosmia paniculata
ZAR 60.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella cygnea
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus brachyscyphus
ZAR 115.00
Daubenya: found only in the cape provinces, South Africa. Hyacinth relative. Winter-growing species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Daubenya marginata
ZAR 110.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama cooperi
ZAR 65.00
Dietes: Rhizomatous, Iridaceae Family. Popular garden subjects from South Africa, but naturalized in other areas. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dietes iridioides
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi glaucum
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia anomala
ZAR 150.00
Empodium: Hypoxidaceae (Hypoxis) family. Native only to South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Empodium namaquensis
ZAR 90.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum appendiculatum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis comosa
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria ferrariola
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia fucata
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza barkerae
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis britteniana ssp bruynsii
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus angustus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus barkerae
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha bachmannii
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea monticola
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis argentea var sericea
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia altissima
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia baurii
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia aloides var quadricolor
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia corymbosa
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria burkei ssp burkei
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia jasminiflora
ZAR 110.00
Micranthus: Iris family, endemism winter region South Africa. Derivation:
Micranthus tubulosus
ZAR 75.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea alpina
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine filifolia
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum britteniae
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum parviflorum var parviflorum
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis ambigua
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium adriaanii
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea atrandra var esterhuyseniae
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis elegans
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene canaliculata
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria discifera ssp bulbifera
ZAR 105.00
Syringodea: Entirely endemic to South Africa, particularly winter-rainfall regions. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Syringodea longituba ssp longituba
ZAR 115.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus ixioides
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra aridimontana
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia chrysantha
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis caledonensis
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia coddii
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia bachmannii
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea dolichantha
ZAR 70.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia jucunda
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus coddii
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca annulata
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea angolensis ssp pulchella
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana avicularis
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia gladiata ssp teres
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia gregaria
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine asphodeloides
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella divaginata
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum capense
ZAR 75.00
Clivia: Large lily-shaped tuberous species. Southern African endemic. Widely cultivated for summer gardens. Enjoys part-shade. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Clivia nobilis
ZAR 130.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum capense ssp capense
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum graminicola
ZAR 140.00
Crocosmia: a hardy garden plant, native to southern Africa up to Sudan. Family: Iridaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crocosmia pearsei
ZAR 60.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella hyacinthoides
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus brachysiphon
ZAR 115.00
Daubenya: found only in the cape provinces, South Africa. Hyacinth relative. Winter-growing species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Daubenya namaquensis
ZAR 110.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama dissimile
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi gracillimum
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia arenicola
ZAR 150.00
Empodium: Hypoxidaceae (Hypoxis) family. Native only to South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Empodium plicatum
ZAR 90.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum arachnoideum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis comosa var comosa
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria flava
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia grandiflora ssp grandiflora
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza bolusii
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis britteniana ssp herrei
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus antholyzoides
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus canaliculatus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha baurii ssp baurii
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea pilosula
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis colchicifolia
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia angelae
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia brachystachya
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia aloides var vanzyliae
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia divaricata
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria burkei ssp stolonissima
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia pustulata
ZAR 110.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea alticola
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine frithii
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum campanulatum
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum undulatum
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis amblyodonta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium aestivale
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea atrandra var lewisiae
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis fragrans
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene capensis
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria discifera ssp discifera
ZAR 105.00
Syringodea: Entirely endemic to South Africa, particularly winter-rainfall regions. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Syringodea longituba ssp violacea
ZAR 115.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus juncifolius
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra asperata var asperata
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia cooperi ssp cooperi
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis dodii
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia cominsii
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia bella
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea elatior
ZAR 70.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia odorata
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus inapertus ssp hollandii
ZAR 95.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca arenosa
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea bakeri
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana bainesii
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia gracilis
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia herrei
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine bruynsii
ZAR 175.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella eburniflora
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum comosum
ZAR 75.00
Clivia: Large lily-shaped tuberous species. Southern African endemic. Widely cultivated for summer gardens. Enjoys part-shade. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Clivia robusta
ZAR 130.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum capense ssp ciliolatum
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum lineare
ZAR 140.00
Crocosmia: a hardy garden plant, native to southern Africa up to Sudan. Family: Iridaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crocosmia pottsii
ZAR 60.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella lutea ssp lutea
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus breviflorus
ZAR 115.00
Daubenya: found only in the cape provinces, South Africa. Hyacinth relative. Winter-growing species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Daubenya stylosa
ZAR 110.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama dracomontanum
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi longifolium
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia barkerae
ZAR 150.00
Empodium: Hypoxidaceae (Hypoxis) family. Native only to South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Empodium veratrifolium
ZAR 90.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum arenosum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis comosa var striata
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria foliosa
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia laxa ssp azurea
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza bonaspei
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis campanulata
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus appendiculatus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus carneus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha baurii ssp formosa
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea pulcherrima
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis costata
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia atrandra
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia breviflora
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia ameliae
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia dolomitica ssp dolomitica
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria comptonii
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia pygmaea ssp kamiesbergensis
ZAR 110.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea amabilis
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine gaberonensis
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum candicans
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum viride
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis amblyosepala
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium album
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea austinii
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis galeata
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene curculigoides
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria gemmata
ZAR 105.00
Syringodea: Entirely endemic to South Africa, particularly winter-rainfall regions. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Syringodea pulchella
ZAR 115.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus longicollis
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra asperata var basutoensis
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia cooperi ssp quadrialata
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis elongata
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia dregeana
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia borbonica ssp ardernei
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea elongata
ZAR 70.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia pentlandii
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus inapertus ssp intermedius
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca aurea
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea biflora
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana blanda
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia indica
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia josephinae
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine capensis
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella elata
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum cooperi
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum cedarbergense
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum lugardiae
ZAR 140.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella lutea ssp rosea
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus carneus
ZAR 115.00
Daubenya: found only in the cape provinces, South Africa. Hyacinth relative. Winter-growing species. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Daubenya zeyheri
ZAR 110.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama dubium
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi marlothii
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia calcarata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum aribesense
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis grimshawii
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria glutinosa
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia laxa ssp laxa
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza bracteata
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis ciliaris ssp ciliaris
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus aquamontanus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus coccineus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha brevicaulis
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea pusilla
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis exaltata
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia aurea
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia bruceae
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia angelica
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia dolomitica ssp lewisiana
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria concolor
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia pygmaea ssp pygmaea
ZAR 110.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea amissa
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine gibsonii
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum capillare
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum vulgare
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis annae
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium alchemilloides
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea autumnalis
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis grandiflora ssp acutiloba
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene etesionamibensis
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria karooica
ZAR 105.00
Syringodea: Entirely endemic to South Africa, particularly winter-rainfall regions. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Syringodea saxatilis
ZAR 115.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus minutus
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra asperata var carolinensis
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia crocata
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis flava
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia galpinii
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia borbonica ssp borbonica
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea glassii
ZAR 70.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia rehmannii
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus inapertus ssp parviflorus
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca autumnula
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea bracteata
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana brachystachys
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia lilacina
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia litoralis
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine capitata
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella elegans
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum crassinerve
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum circinatum ssp circinatum
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum macowanii
ZAR 140.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella marlothii
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus clavatus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama erectum
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi papillatum
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia capensis
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum aridicola
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis humilis
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria macrochlamys ssp kamiesbergensis
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia leichtlinii ssp alba
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza brehmii
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis ciliaris ssp longituba
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus arcuatus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus crispus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha brevifolia
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea speciosa
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis filiformis
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia bellendenii
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia buchananii
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia anguinea
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia exilis
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria confusa
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia sempervirens
ZAR 110.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea angulata
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine gracilis
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum capillifolium
ZAR 85.00
Ornithoglossum: Family, Colchicaceae. Common name: Snake Head. Endemism, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Ornithoglossum zeyheri
ZAR 105.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis anomala
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium alpinum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea barkerae
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis grandiflora ssp fimbriata
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene flaccida
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria karoopoortensis
ZAR 105.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus montanus
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra asperata var macowanii
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia deusta ssp deusta
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis flexuosa
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia leucantha
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia canalliculata
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea hiemalis
ZAR 70.00
Zantedeschia: Native to Africa. The flower is home for an endemic frog. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Zantedeschia valida
ZAR 95.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus inapertus ssp pendulus
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca bakeri
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea cantharophila
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana carminea
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia longicyma ssp longicyma
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia marginata
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine cepacea
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella gracilis
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum cremnophilum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum circinatum ssp vestitum
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum minimum
ZAR 140.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella orchidiformis
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus collinus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama floriferum
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi platyphyllum
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia chalumnensis
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum armianum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis montana
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria macrochlamys ssp macrochlamys
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia leichtlinii ssp leichtlinii
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza brevituba
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis fimbriatula
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus atropictus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus dasyphyllus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha brevistyla
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea stellaris
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis flanaganii
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia bifolia
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia caulescens
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia arbuthnotiae
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia fabricii
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria cooperi
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia sessiliflora
ZAR 110.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea angusta
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine hesseoides
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum ceresianum
ZAR 85.00
 Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis argillacea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium alternans ssp alternans
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea biflora
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis grandiflora ssp grandiflora
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene gracilipes
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria leipoldtii
ZAR 105.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus racemosus
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra asperata var nataglencoensis
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia deusta ssp miniata
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis intermedia
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia ludwigiana
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia coccinea
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea inusta
ZAR 70.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus praecox ssp minimus
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca barbata
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea capitata
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana cedarbergensis
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia longicyma ssp magna
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia namaquana
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine coetzeei
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella graminifolia
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum Crispum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum clanwilliamense
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum moorei
ZAR 140.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella pentheri
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus contractus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama formosum
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi rigidifolium
ZAR 175.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia ciliata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum attenuatum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis pallidiflora ssp pallidiflora
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria macrochlamys ssp serpentina
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia marginata
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza bryicola
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis grandiflora
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus aurantiacus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus deformis
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha bulbifera
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea stenosiphon
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis floccosa
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia brevituba
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia citrina
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia argillicola
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia falcata
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria corlacea
ZAR 80.00
Massonia: Small genus, endemism winter region South Africa. Rodent-pollinated. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Massonia wittebergensis
ZAR 110.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea anomala
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine humilis
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum ciliiferum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis argyrophylla
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium alternans ssp longicalcar
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea camerooniana
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis grandiflora ssp violacea
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene minuta
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria luteoloba
ZAR 105.00
Thereianthus: Families, Iris and Crocus. Entirely endemic to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: DIFFICULT.
Thereianthus spicatus
ZAR 75.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra asperata var stenophylla
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia disticha ssp disticha
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis lata var lata
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia maritima
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia confusa
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea kraussii
ZAR 70.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus praecox ssp orientalis
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca batteniana
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea cistiflora
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana cinnamomea
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia longicyma ssp microflora
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia natalensis
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine cremnophila
ZAR 105.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella latifolia ssp denticulata
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum cyperaceum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum coloratum ssp burchellii
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum paludosum
ZAR 140.00
Cyanella: endemism, Southern Africa, cape provinces and Namibia. Described mid-1700s, but still unknown. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyanella ramosissima
ZAR 70.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus debilis
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama galpinii
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi vaginatum
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia cochlearis
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum bakerianum ssp bakerianum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis pallidiflora ssp pole-evansii
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria ornata
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia occidentalis
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza burchellii
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis gregoriana
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus aureus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus graniticus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha candida
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea tenuipedicellata
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis galpinii
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia brunneobractea
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia coddiana
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia attenuata
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia fastigiata
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria cremnophila
ZAR 80.00
 Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea ardesiaca
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine huttoniae
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum comptonii
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis aridicola
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium alternans ssp parviinflorescens
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea cederbergensis
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis maculosa
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene monophylla
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria massoniella
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra asperata var swaziensis
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia disticha ssp rubrolucens
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis lata var longibracteata
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia montana
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia densiflora
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea marginata
ZAR 70.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus praecox ssp praecox
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca baurii
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea compressa
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana confusa
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia macrocarpa
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia orientalis
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine dactylopsoides
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella latifolia ssp doleritica
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum fasciculatum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum coloratum ssp coloratum
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum stuhlmannii
ZAR 140.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus elatus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama gracile
ZAR 65.00
Dipcadi: Wide distribution, Southern Europe, Africa, Middle East. Family: Asparagaceae. Characterized by unusual flowers and leaf formations. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dipcadi viride
ZAR 155.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia convallarioides
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum bayeri
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis regia
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria ovata
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia praecox
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza callista
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis hallii
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus bilineatus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus humilis ssp hirsutus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha cedarmontana
ZAR 75.00
Hessea: Amaryllis family. Native to South Africa and Namibia. Named after 1800s Cape resident, Hesse. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hessea undosa
ZAR 105.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis gerrardii
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia calendulacea
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia coralligemma
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia aurioliae
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia jacquinii
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria crispa
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea aristata
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine krigei
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum comptonii
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis attaquana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium althaeoides
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea citrina
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis metelerkampiae
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene nana
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria merxmuelleriana
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra brachypoda
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia drakensburgensis
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis latifolia
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia natalensis
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia distans
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea minima
ZAR 70.00
Agapanthus: Southern African native, summer- and winter-rainfall areas. Has also naturalized in a few warm climates globally. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Agapanthus walshii
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca bifolia
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea cuspicata
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana crispa
ZAR 135.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia macrospatha ssp anceps
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia pulchra
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine diphylla
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella latifolia ssp latifolia
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum galpinii var galpinii
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum crenulatum
ZAR 90.00
Crinum: Amaryllid family, comprising almost 200 tropical species. Large bulbs and flowers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Crinum variabile
ZAR 140.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus epiphyticus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama grandiflorum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia cremnophila
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum bifidum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis schijffii
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria parva
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia refracta
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza cantharophila
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis kaapensis
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus blommesteinii
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus humilis ssp humilis
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha ciliolata
ZAR 75.00
 Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis hemerocallidea
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia campanulata
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia crassifolia
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia bachmannii
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia littoralis ssp caudata
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria davidsoniae
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea aspera
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine laticoma
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum conicum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis aurea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium anethifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea collina
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis parviflora
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene ovata
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria perryae
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra bulbinifolia
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia dubia
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis lesliei
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia nutans
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia dubia
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea monopetala
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca bifoliata
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea dichotoma
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana cuneata
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia macrospatha ssp macrocpatha
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia radula
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine disimilis
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella latifolia ssp toximontana
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum galpinii var matabelense
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum crispum
ZAR 120.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus erubescens
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama igneum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia cyanelloides
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum bowieanum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis vandermerwei
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria schaeferi
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia sparrmannii
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza cataractarum
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis lanuginosa
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus brachyphyllus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus lanceifolius
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha coccinea
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis interjecta
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia capillaris
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia drepanophylla
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia barkeriana
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia littoralis ssp littoralis
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria dolomiticola
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea atropunctata
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine marincowitzii
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum constrictum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis beneprotecta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium angustipetalum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea cruciata var cruciata
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis pillansii
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene pusilla
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria picta
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra burkei
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia flabellifolia var flabellifolia
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis nemorosa
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia pretoriensis
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia elsiae
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea punctata
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca boucheri
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea ecklonii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana curviscapa
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia orientalis ssp occidentalis
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia radulosa
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine erectipilosa
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella nana
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum galpinii var norlindhii
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum cruciatum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus eucallus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama insigne
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia delagoensis
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum bracteatum
ZAR 195.00
Eucomis: Pineapple Flower species. Family: Scilloideae. Tropical and subtropical species native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Eucomis zambesiaca
ZAR 85.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria uncinata
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia speciosa
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza cedarmontana
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis lata ssp lata
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus brevifolius
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus montanus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha cucullata
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis iridifolia
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia cedarmontana
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia ensifolia ssp autumnalis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia bolusii
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia macrospatha
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria ensifolia
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea australis
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine masoniorum
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum corticatum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis bifida
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium antidysentericum ssp antidysentericum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea cruciata var intermedia
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis roxburghii
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene schlechteri
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria prolifera
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra capillata
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia flabellifolia var major
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis nervosa
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia simmleri
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia emilliae
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea pusilla
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca bracteata
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea elliptica
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana dregei
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia orientalis ssp orientalis
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia striata
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine esterhuyseniae
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella nutans ssp nutans
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum haygarthii
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum cuspidatum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus falcatus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama jucundum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia depressa
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum brevipes
ZAR 195.00
Ferraria: Family, Iridaceae. Common names, Spider or Starfish Iris. Some species are odoriferous. South African natives. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ferraria variabilis
ZAR 105.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia verrucosa
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza ciliatula
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis lata ssp orbicularis
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus brevitubus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus namaquensis
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha curvula
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis kraussiana
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia cochlearis
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia ensifolia ssp ensifolia
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia bowkeri
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia masukuensis
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria floribunda
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea autumnalis
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine pancratioides
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum decusmontium
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis bifurca var angustiloba
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium antidysentericum ssp inerme
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea dichotoma
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis tricolor
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene scullyi
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria pubescens
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra chlamydophylla
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia flabellifolia var thomasiae
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis parviflora var angusta
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia tenuior
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia fergusoniae
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea recurva
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca canadensis
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea ensifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana ecklonii
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia paniculata
ZAR 75.00
Brunsvigia: about 20 species comprise this Amaryllid family member. Locality: from Tanzania to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Brunsvigia undulata
ZAR 125.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine fallax
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella nutans ssp turfosicola
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum krauseanum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum decipiens
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus fergusoniae
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama latifolium
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia dregei
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum breviscapum
ZAR 195.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia viridis ssp crispifolia
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza confusa
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis latifolia
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus buckerveldii
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus nortieri
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha debilis
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis lata
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia collina
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia evansii
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia bruynsii
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia micrantha
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria galpinii
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea barkerae
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine platypetala
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum deltoideum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis bifurca var bifurca
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium antidysentericum ssp zonale
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea discifera
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis variegata
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene serrata
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria pygmaea
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra ciliata
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia florentiae
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis parviflora var parviflora
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia transvaalensis
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia fourcadei
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea robusta
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca caudata
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea fimbriata
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana engysiphon
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia parva
ZAR 75.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine favosa
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella potbergensis
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum krookianum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum dregei
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus flammosus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama luteoalbidum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia echinostachya
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum bruynsii
ZAR 195.00
Freesia: Family, Iridaceae. Fragrant flowers, mostly native to Cape Provinces, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Freesia viridis ssp viridis
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza corrugata
ZAR 125.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis linearis
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus bullatus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus pauculifolius
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha decipiens
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis limicola
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia confusa
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia fibrosa
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia buchubergensis
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia montana
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria glauca
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea barnardiella
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine pudica
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum diphyllum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis blastorrhiza
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium appendiculatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea diversiformis
ZAR 80.00
Sparaxis: Families: Iridaceae, Ixioideae. A little over a dozen native species exist in South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Sparaxis villosa
ZAR 70.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene trifurcillata
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria salteri
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra dissecta
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia gladiolaris
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis pulchella var alpina
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia verdoornia
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia galpinii
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea spicata
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca ciliaris
ZAR 155.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea flexicaulis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana fimbriata
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia robusta
ZAR 75.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine flexicaulis
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella punctulata
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum lewisiae
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum eghimbocymbion
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus flanaganii
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama medium
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia elata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum calcareum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza darlingensis
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis longistyla
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus caeruleus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus pubescens ssp arenicola
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha dolomitica
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis longifolia
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia contorta
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia flammula
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia bulbifera
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia neglecta
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria humifusa
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea barnardii
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine rehmannii
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum dolichopharynx
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis bowiei
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium aridicola
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea eburnea
ZAR 80.00
Spiloxene: Endemism, Cape Provinces, South Africa to Namibia. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: VERY DIFFICULT.
Spiloxene umbraticola
ZAR 65.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria spiralis
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra divaricata
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia kamiesbergensis
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis pulchella var pulchella
ZAR 85.00
Tulbaghia: Wild Garlic, rare and endemic to Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tulbaghia violacea
ZAR 75.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia gladioloides
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea spicata var spicata
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca clanwilliamaegloria
ZAR 125.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea galpinii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana flabellifolia
ZAR 95.00
Bobartia: All species endemic to cape provinces, South Africa, winter-rainfall region. Iris family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Bobartia rufa
ZAR 75.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine flexuosa
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella trinervis
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum macrosporum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum eucomoides
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus flavus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama mobile
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia exuviata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum capense ssp capense
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza delicatula
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis namaquensis
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus calcaratus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus pubescens ssp leipoldtii
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha elsiae
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis ludwigii
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia curta
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia fluviatilis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia callista
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia oreogena
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria hypoxidioides
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea bellendenii
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine ridleyi
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum dregeanum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis burkei
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium aridum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea elliptica
ZAR 80.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria tenella ssp orientalis
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra erythrorhiza
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia karooica
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis pulchra
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia humilis
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea spicata var ustulata
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca collina
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea gerrardii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana foliosa
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine foleyi
ZAR 85.00
Bulbinella: Endemism, Cape Province Southern Africa. Species characterized by a dense cluster of flowers. Common name: Cat's Tail. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Bulbinella triquetra
ZAR 75.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum modestum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum exiguum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus galpinii
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama mossii
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia fasciata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum capense ssp stoloniferum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza demissa
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis pectinata
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus cardinalis
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus pubescens ssp pubescens
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha erecta
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis membranacea
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia curvata
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia galpinii
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia campanulata
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia plicata ssp effucata
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria inquinata
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea bifida
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine sarniensis
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum dubium
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis burtoniae
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium aristatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea eximia
ZAR 80.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria tenella ssp tenella
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra esterhuysenae
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia lancea
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis ramosa var ramosa
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia hysterantha
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea stricta
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca concordiana
ZAR 155.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea glauca
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana fourcadei
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine fragilis
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum monophyllum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum greuterocymbium
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus guthrieae
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama nebrownii
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia filifolia
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum cernuum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza divariccata
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis roggeveldensis
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus carinatus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus pumilio
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha eremophila
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis multiceps
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia dieramoides
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia gracilis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia canaliculata
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia plicata ssp longifolia
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria lachenalioides
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea bipartita
ZAR 95.00
Nerine: Amaryllid family. All species native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Nerine undulata
ZAR 115.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum esterhuyseniae
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis callosa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium articulatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea fibrosa
ZAR 80.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria truncata
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra falcata
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia laxifolia
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis ramosa var robusta
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia inclinata
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea tenuis
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca consanguinea
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea grandis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana fragrans
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine frutescens
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum namaquense
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum hantamense
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus helictus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama nixonianum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia fimbrimarginata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum cervicorne
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza elsiae
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis setosa
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus carmineus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus sanguineus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha falcata
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis neliana
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia divaricata
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia hirsuta
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia capensis
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia plicata ssp plicata
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria lepida
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea bituminosa
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum filicaule
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis calvinensis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium asarifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea flava var flava
ZAR 80.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria unguiculata
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra filiformis
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia linearifolia
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis ramosa var unguiculata
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia knysnana
ZAR 75.00
Wurmbea: Divided between Australia and South Africa. African endemics listed here. Family now includes Onixotis. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Wurmbea variabilis
ZAR 70.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca cooperi
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea inaequalis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana framesii
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine hallii
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum pauciphyllum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum henssenianum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus herrei
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama pallidum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia flagellaris
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum ciliatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza erosa
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis spiralis
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus carneus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus tristis
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha fibrosa
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis obconica
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia dolichosiphon
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia ichopensis var aciformis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia carnosa
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia pyramidali ssp pyramidalis
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria leptophylla
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea bolusii
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum flexuosum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis camelopardalis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium attenuatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea flava var hirsuta
ZAR 80.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria villosa
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra flexifolia
ZAR 205.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia marlothii ssp delpierrei
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis revoluta
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia laccata
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca corymbosa
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea juncifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana gariepensis
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine haworthioides
ZAR 145.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum radula
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum hughocymbion
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus huttonii
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama pauciflorum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia fragrans
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum coactum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza erubescens
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis transkarooica
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus caryophyllaceus
ZAR 95.00
Haemanthus: half of all Blood Lilies are endemic to the winter rainfall region, South Africa. Family: Amaryllid. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Haemanthus unifoliatus
ZAR 115.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha flava
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis oblonga
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia dubia
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia ichopensis var ichopensis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia cernua
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia pyramidali ssp regalis
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria linioseta
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea brachygyne
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum geniculatum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis campicola
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium auritum var auritum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea flava var minor
ZAR 80.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria watermeyeri ssp botterkloofensis
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra gerrardii
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia marlothii ssp marlothii
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis toximntana
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia latifolia
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca cremnophila
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea latifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana geniculata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine inamarxiae
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum rangei
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum huntleyi
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus inaequalis
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama pendulum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia haworthioides
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum cooperi var cooperi
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza esterhuyseniae
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis uteana
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus cataractarum
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha flexuosa
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis obtusa
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia ecklonii
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia latifolia
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia comptonii
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia sandersonii
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria luteola
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea brevistyla
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum gifbergense
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis campylorrhiza
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium auritum var carneum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea flava var viridiflora
ZAR 80.00
Strumaria: South Africa, Namibia endemic. Amarylllis family. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Strumaria watermeyeri ssp watermeyeri
ZAR 105.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra giffenii
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia nelsonii
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis triticea
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia lepida
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca crinifolia
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea lugens
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana grandiflora
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine inflata
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum recurvifolium
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum irroratum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus junodii
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama pictum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia hesperantha
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum cooperi var natalense
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza eurystigma
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis verrucosa
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus ceresianus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha glabrescens
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis parvifolia
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia erubescens
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia laxiflora
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia concordiana
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia silenoides
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria macowanii
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea brevituba
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum graminifolium
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis capillacea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium barklyi
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea flexuosa
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra gracilenta
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia palllida ssp pallida
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis unguicularis
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia marginata
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca crispa
ZAR 165.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea montana
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana hirsuta
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine lagopus
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum rigidum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum karooparkense
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus labiatus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama pulcherrimum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia hyacinthoides
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum cordiforme
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza exilis
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis verticillata
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus comptonii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha glareosa
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis parvula var albiflora
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia esterhuyseniae
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia leucocephala
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia congesta
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia simulans
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria marginata
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea britteniae
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum gregorianum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis caprina
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium betulinum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea gigantea
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra hantamensis
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia palllida ssp taylorae
ZAR 95.00
Tritoniopsis: endemism, Cape, winter-region South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Tritoniopsis williamsiana
ZAR 85.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia marlothii
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca crudenii
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea nana
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana horizontalis
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine lamprophylla
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum saundersiae
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum knersvlaktense
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus leptosiphon
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama pumilum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia indica
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum corymbosum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza exscapa
ZAR 85.00
Gethyllis: Family, Amaryllid. Characterized by unusual leaf formations, native to Western and Northern Cape Provinces, South Africa. The only bulb species to be active in three different seasons; in leaf, in flower, in seed. Also the only bulb species in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Gethyllis villosa
ZAR 250.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus crassifolius
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha gracilis
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis parvula var parvula
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia exiliflora
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia linearifolia
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia contaminata
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia spinosa
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria maxima
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea bubalina
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum hallii
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis carolina
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium bicolor
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea gracillima
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra hirsuta
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia parvula
ZAR 95.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia meriana var bulbillifera
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca dalyae
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea nigrescens
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana hypogaea
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine latifolia
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum transvaalense
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum kunkelianum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus leucanthus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama reynoldsii
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia intricata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum crispum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza foliosa
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus crispulatus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha grandiflora
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis patula
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia flagellaris
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia littoralis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia convallarioides
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia tenuis
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria minima
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea bulbillifera ssp anomala
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum hesperanthum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis cathara
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium bifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea hallii
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra hirsutiflora
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia securigera ssp securigera
ZAR 95.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia meriana var meriana
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca darlingana
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea oligocephala
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana inclinata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine lavrani
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum trichophlebium
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum leistneri
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus loddigesianus
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama robustum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia involuta
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum descendens
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza fourcadei
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus cruentus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha hantamensis
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis rigidula var pilosissima
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia flexuosa
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia multiflora
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia corymbosa
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia verecunda
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria minor
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea bulbillifera ssp bulbillifera
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum hispidulum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis ciliaris
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium bowkeri
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea hantamensis
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra hispida
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia securigera ssp watermeyeri
ZAR 95.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia minima
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca decipiens
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea palustris
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana karooica
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine lolita
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum triflorum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum longipes
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus mackenii ssp cooperi
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama sertum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia karooica
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum deserticolum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza furva
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus cunonius
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha helmei
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis rigidula var rigidula
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia fucata
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia northiae
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia dasybotrya
ZAR 95.00
Lapeirousia: Family: Iris. Subfamily: Ixia. Subsaharan native. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lapeirousia violacea
ZAR 85.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria mokobulanensis
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea caeca
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum hispidum ssp bergii
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis ciliaris var pageae
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium brevipetalum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea hirsuta var cuprea
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra involucrata
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia squalida
ZAR 95.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia mtamvunae
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca deserticola
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea pauciflora
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana lanata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine longifolia
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum undulatum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum melanthoides ssp australe
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus mackenii ssp mackenii
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama trichorhizum
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia kniphofioides
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum dielsianum ssp dielsianum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza geminata
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus cylindraceus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha humilis
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis sagittata
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia fuscocitrina
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia parviflora
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia dehoopensis
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria monophylla
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea calcicola
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum hispidum ssp hispidum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis clavifolia
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium brevirostre
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea hirsuta var framesii
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra jacquiniana
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia strictifolia
ZAR 95.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia occulta
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca dilucula
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea platycaulis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana lapeirousioides
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine louwii
ZAR 85.00
Chlorophytum: Spider Plants, large genus with about 200 species. Several dozen are endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Chlorophytum viscosum
ZAR 75.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum melanthoides ssp melanthoides
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus macmasteri
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama tyrium
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia ligulata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum dielsianum ssp molle
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza grandiflora
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus dalenii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha hutchingsiae
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis setosa
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia gloriosa
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia pauciflora
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia doleritica
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria ovalifolia
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea cantharophila
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum inclusum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis commutata var commutata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium bubonifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea hirsuta var hirsuta
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra kamiesbergensis
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia tugwelliae
ZAR 95.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia paucifolia
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca dyeri
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea pusilla
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana latifolia
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine margarethae
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum melanthoides ssp transvaalense
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus macowanii
ZAR 115.00
Dierama: Hairbells are among the most popular summer garden bulbs. Native mostly to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Dierama tysonii
ZAR 65.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia loedolffiae
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum dissitiflorum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza helmei
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus debilis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha huttonii
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis sobolifera
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia helmei
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia porphyrantha
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia duncanii
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria ovatifolia ssp ovatifolia
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea carnea
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum juncifolium
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis commutata var concolor
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium burgerianum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea hirsuta var zeyheri
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra karrooica
ZAR 165.00
Tritonia: Widely used as winter garden bulb. Families: Iris, Ixia. Endemism: Cape, South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Tritonia undulata
ZAR 95.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia pillansii
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca echinosperma
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea racemosa var inflata
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana leipoldtii
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine meiringii
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum natalense
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus montanus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia macrantha
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum dregei
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza hesperanthoides
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus delpierrei
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha hygrophila
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis stellipilis
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia lacerata
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia rigidifolia
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia elegans var elegans
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria ovatifolia ssp scabrida
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea cedarmonticola
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum juncifolium var emsii
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis commutata var montana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium burtoniae
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea hirta
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra laxa var laxa
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia pondoensis
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca etesiogaripensis
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea racemosa var racemosa
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana lewisiana
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine melanovaginata
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum orienticapense
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus nutans
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia macrocentra
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum dyeri
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza heterostyla
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus densiflorus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha inconspicua
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis tetramera
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia latifolia
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia ritualis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia elegans var flava
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria papillata
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea ciliata
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum juncifolium var juncifolium
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis comosa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium buysii
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea jugicola
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra laxa var rigida
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia pulchra
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca exuviata
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea recisa
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana lineolata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine mesembryanthoides ssp mesembryanthoides
ZAR 135.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum poeltianum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus obliquus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia marginata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum erinum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza hispidula
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus deserticola
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha ingeliensis
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis uniflorata
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia leipoldtii
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia rooperi
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia elegans var membranacea
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria pardalota
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea citrina
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum leeupoortense
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis compressa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium caespitosum ssp caespitosum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea kamisensis
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra margaretae
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia rogersii
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca fastigiata
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea rigidifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana lobata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine mesembryanthoides ssp namaquensis
ZAR 135.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum praeirroratum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus obrienii
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia media
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum eriophorum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza humilis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus dolichosiphon
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha juncifolia
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis villosa
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia leucantha
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia sarmentosa
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia elegans var suaveolens
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria parvifolia
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea collina
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum longicollum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis compressa var purpurascens
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium caespitosum ssp concavum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea komsbergensis
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra montana
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia rourkei
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca flaccida
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea rupicola
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana melanops
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine minima
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum roseum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus ochroleucus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia minor
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum ernstii
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza imbricata ssp bicolor
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus dolomiticus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha karooica
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis villosa var obliqua
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia linderi
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia splendida
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia ensifolia
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria petiolata
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea comptonii
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum maculatum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis comptonii
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium caffrum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea leipoldtii
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra muricata
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia schlechteri
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca foetida
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea schizoleana
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana minuta
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine monophylla
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum scabromarginatum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus odorus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia montana
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum exigium
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza imbricata ssp imbricata
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus ecklonii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha kiaratayloriae
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis villosa var pannosa
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia linearifolia
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia stricta
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia esterhuysenae
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria pilosa
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea contorta
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum mater-familias
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis confertifolia
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium caledonicum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea lilacina
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra oligotricha
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia spectabilis
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca fragrans
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea simplex
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana montana
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine muscicola
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum stirtonii
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus rhododactylus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia multifolia
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum exile
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza inaequalis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus elliotii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha lactea
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis villosa var villosa
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia longistylis
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia tabularis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia fistulosa
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria pustulata
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea cookii
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum monophylllum ssp eckardtianum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis confertifolia var confertifolia
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium calviniae
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea longipes
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra paniculata
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia stenosiphon
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca gariepensis
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea singularis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana mucronata ssp minor
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine namaensis
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum striatum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus rotundilobus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia multisetosa
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum filicaule
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza inconspicua
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus emiliae
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha latifolia
ZAR 75.00
Hypoxis: Family, Hypoxidaceae. Characterized by yellow flowers and strap-like leaves. Widely used by traditional healers. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Hypoxis zeyheri
ZAR 70.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia longituba ssp longituba
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia thodei
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia framesii
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria remifolia
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea cooperi
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum monophylllum ssp monophyllum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis confertifolia var lutea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium campestre
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea lutea
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra patens
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia stokoei
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca gethylloides
ZAR 135.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea spiralis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana mucronata ssp mucronata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine narcissifolia
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum swazicum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus sanguineus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia mzimvubuensis
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum flabellatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza inflexa
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus engysiphon
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha laxifolia
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia longituba ssp macrosiphon
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia triangularis ssp obtusiloba
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia gillettii
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria revoluta
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea crispa
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum namaquanulum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis confertifolia var petiolata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium candicans
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea luteoflora
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra prolifera
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia strictiflora
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca gethylloides
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea teretifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana namaquensis
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine navicularifolia
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum undulatum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus smithiae
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia nana
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum flagelliforme
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza intermedia
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus equitans
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha leucantha
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia maculata
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia triangularis ssp triangularis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia glaucophylla
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria rupestris
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea cuspidata
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum nannodes
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis convexula
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium capillare
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea macowanii var alticola
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra reflexipilosa
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia strubeniae
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca glandulifera
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea torulosa
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana nana ssp maculata
ZAR 105.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine nutans
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum vanjaarsveldii
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus spiralis
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia physodes
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum flavum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza juncea
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus exiguus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha lithicola
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia marginifolia
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia typhoides
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia haarlemensis
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria sandersonii
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea debilis
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum naviculum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis copiosa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium capitatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea macowanii var macowanii
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra revoluta
ZAR 185.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia tabularis
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca glandulosa
ZAR 75.00
Aristea: Often an evergreen perennial rhizome, belonging to Iridaceae family. Found mostly in tropical and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Aristea zeyheri
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana nana ssp nana
ZAR 105.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine ophiophylla
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum villosum
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus staadensis
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia platyphylla
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum folioliferum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza kamiesmontana
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus exilis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha longicollis
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia metelerkampiae
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia tysonii ssp lebomboensis
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia hirta var exserta
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria socialis
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea decipiens
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum neopatersonia
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis creaseyi
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium capituliforme
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea macowanii var oreophila
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra sabulosa
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia transvaalensis
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca glauca
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana noctiflora
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine pendens
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum volutare
ZAR 130.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus stenanthus var major
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia pulchromarginata
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum fragile
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza karooica
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus ferrugineus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha longituba
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia micrandra
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia tysonii ssp tysonii
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia hirta var hirta
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria transvaalensis
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea deltoidea
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum niveum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis crispula
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium carneum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea maculata
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra saltii var oatesii
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia vanderspuyiae
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca glaucifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana odorata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine praemorsa
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum walteri
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus stenanthus var stenanthus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia pusilla
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum glaciale
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza lapidosa
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus filiformis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha luticola
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia minor
ZAR 75.00
Kniphofia: Red Hot Pokers or Torch Lilies are native to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Kniphofia uvaria
ZAR 85.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia inconspicua
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria undulata
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea demissa
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum oreogenes
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis crocea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium carnosum ssp carnosum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea melaniae
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra saltii var saltii
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia versfeldii
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca goswanii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana papyracea
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine quartzicola
ZAR 85.00
Colchicum: A large genus containing almost 160 species. Locality data: West Asia, Europe, Mediterranean coastline, Eastern and Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Colchicum worsonense
ZAR 90.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus suaveolens
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia robusta
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum graminifolium
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza leipoldtii
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus flanaganii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha malvina
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia molllis
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia isopetala
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria venteri
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea deserticola
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum paludosum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis cuneata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium caroli-henrici
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea membranacea
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra saltii var secunda
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia vittata
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca grandis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana patersoniae
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine ramosa
ZAR 85.00
 Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus thorncroftii
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia salteri
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum inconspicuum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza lewisiae
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus floribundus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha marlothii
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia monadelpha
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia judithiae
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria viscosa
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea dracomontana
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum pendens
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis davyana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium caucalifolium ssp caucalifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea minutiflora
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra sanguinorhiza
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia watsonioides
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca hallii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana patula
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine retinens
ZAR 85.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus tuckii var transvaalensis
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia sanguinea
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum lanceifolium
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza lithicola
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus fourcadei
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha minima
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia monticola
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia juncifolia var campanulata
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria woodii
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea elegans
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum perdurans
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis densa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium caucalifolium ssp convolvulifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea monadelpha
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra scabra
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia wilmaniae
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca hesquaspoortensis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana pauciflora
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine rhopalophylla
ZAR 85.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus tuckii var tuckii
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia sclerophylla
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum lanimarginatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza longifolia
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus geardii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha modesta
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia mostertii
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia juncifolia var juncifolia
ZAR 95.00
Ledebouria: Subfamily: Scilloideae (Scilla). Mostly native to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ledebouria zebrina
ZAR 80.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea elliotii
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum perparvum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis depressa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium ceratophyllum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea montana
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra smalliana
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia wilmsii
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca humilis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana petiolata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine rupicola
ZAR 85.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus tuckii var viridilobus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia sigmoidea
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum lanuginosum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza louisabolusiae
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus gracilis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha montigena
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia namaquana
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia karooica
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea elsiae
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum petraeum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis deserticola
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium chamaedryfolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea monticola
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra tabularis
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia wordsworthiana
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca juncifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana pilosa
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine sedifolia
ZAR 85.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus ventricosus
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia sphaerocephala
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum laxiracemosum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza malmesburiensis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus grandiflorus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha muirii
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia odorata
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia kliprandensis
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea exiliflora
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum pilosum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis dichotoma
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium chelidonium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea multifida
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra thyrsoidea
ZAR 165.00
Watstonia: Along with Gladiolii, Watsonia is probably one of the most widely cultivated African bulbs. These hardy garden plants are native to Southern Africa, the species of which are rare. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Watsonia zeyheri
ZAR 75.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca karachabpoortensis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana planifolia
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine semenaliundata
ZAR 85.00
Cyrtanthus: Common name, Fire Lily as they flower soon after exposure to fire. Endemism, Southern Africa. Family: Amaryllidaceae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Cyrtanthus wellandii
ZAR 115.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia uniflora
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum macgregoriorum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza mathewsii
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus griseus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha namaquana
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia orientalis
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia krugeri
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea falcifolia
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum prasinum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis dilatata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium citronellum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea multisulcata
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra tortilis
ZAR 195.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca kirstenii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana praemorsa
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine stolonifera
ZAR 85.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia uranthera
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum mackenii
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza melanthera
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus gueinzii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha oligantha
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia oxalidiflora
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia lactosa
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea fenestralis
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum princeps
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis dines
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium columbinum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea namaquensis
ZAR 80.00
Trachyandra: Endemic mostly to South Africa, but also Madagascar and Yemen. Some species produce edible sprouts. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Trachyandra zebrina
ZAR 205.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca knersvlaktensis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana pubescens
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine striata
ZAR 85.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia vermiformis
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum mackenii ssp galpinii
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza minuta
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus guthriei
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha pallescens
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia paniculata
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia latimerae
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea fenestrata
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum pruinosum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis disticha
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium confertum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea obscura
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca leucantha
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana purpurea
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine succulenta
ZAR 85.00
Drimia: large group of Scilloideae, Scilla - Squil species. Native mostly to Southern Africa, cape provinces. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Drimia virens
ZAR 150.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum mackenii ssp mackenii
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza monanthos
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus hirsutus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha pauciflora
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia parva
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia leipoldtii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea fergusoniae
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum puberulum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis dregei
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium connivens
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea obscura var blanda
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca longifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana pygmaea
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine suurbergensis
ZAR 85.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum marginatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza monticola
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus hollandii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha pilosa
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia patens
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia leomontana
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea filicaulis
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum pullatum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis droseroides
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium cordifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea obscura var campestris
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca longipes
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana radiata
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine thomasiae
ZAR 85.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum minutiflorum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza namaquensis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus huttonii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha pseudopilosa
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia pauciflora
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia liliflora
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea fistulosa
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum regale
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis duriuscula
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium coronopifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea obscura var obscura
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca macowanii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana regia
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine torsiva
ZAR 85.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum minutipustulatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza nana
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus hyalinus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha pubinervia
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia paucifolia
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia longibracteata
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea flaccida
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum rogersii
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis ebracteata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium crassicaule
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea obscura var subtestacea
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca massonii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana rigidifolia
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine torta
ZAR 145.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum multifidum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza nigromontana
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus inandensis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha pulchra
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia pavonia
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia lutea
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea flavescens
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum rotatum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis eckloniana var eckloniana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium crassipes
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea pearsonii
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca monarchos
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana ringens ssp australis
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine triebneri
ZAR 85.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum namaquanum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza nubigena
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus inflatus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha purpurea
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia polystachya
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia lutzeyeri
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea flexicaulis
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum rubescens
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis eckloniana var hopefieldiana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium crispum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea pilosa
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca namaquensis
ZAR 155.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana ringens ssp ringens
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine truncata
ZAR 85.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum nanum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza ornithogaloides ssp marlothii
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus inflexus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha quadrangula
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia pumilio
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia macgregoriorum
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea fragrans
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum rupestre
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis eckloniana var montigena
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium crithmifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea pratensis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca nana
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana rivulicola
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine vitrea
ZAR 145.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum occultum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza ornithogaloides ssp ornithogaloides
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus insolens
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha radiata
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia purpureorosea
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia margaretae
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea fugacissima
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum sardienii
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis eckloniana var robusta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium cucullatum ssp cucullatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea pudica
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca nathoana
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana rubella
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine vittatifolia
ZAR 85.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum ornithogaloides
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza outeniquensis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus involutus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha rivulicola
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia ramulosa
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia marginata ssp marginata
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea fugax
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum saundersiae
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis eckloniana var sonderi
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium cucullatum ssp strigifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea quartzicola
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca nelsonii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana rubrocyanea
ZAR 95.00
Bulbine: Originally Liliaceae family, now classed Asphodelaceae. Almost exclusively endemic to Southern Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Bulbine wiesei
ZAR 85.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum orthophyllum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza ovalifolia
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus jonquilliodorus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha rupestris
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia rapunculoides
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia marginata ssp neglecta
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea fuscomontana
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum schlechterianum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis engleriana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium cucullatum ssp tabulare
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea rosea var australis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca obtusa
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana salteri
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum papilliferum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza ovata
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus kamiesbergensis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha rupicola
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia reclinata
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia marlothii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea galaxia
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum sephtonii
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis ericifolia
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium curviandrum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea rosea var communis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca osmynella
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana sambucina ssp longibracteata
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum paradoxum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza pappei
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus karooicus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha saldanhae
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia recondita
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia martinae
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea gawleri
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum strictum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis exserta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium dasyphyllum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea rosea var elegans
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca ovata
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana sambucina ssp sambucina
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum parvifolium
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza parva
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus lapeirousioides
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha saxicola
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia rigida
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia martleyi
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea geminifolia
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum synadelphicum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis extensa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium denticulatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea rosea var muirii
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca papyracea
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana scabrifolia
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum parvulum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza platystigma
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus leptosiphon
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha schelpeana
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia rivulicola
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia mathewsii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea gigandra
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum synanthifolium
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis falcatula
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium desertorum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea rosea var rosea
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca paradoxa
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana scariosa
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum patentiflorum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza pseudinaequalis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus liliaceus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha schlechteri
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia robusta
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia maughanii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea gracilenta
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum thermophilum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis fenestrata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium dichondrifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea rupestris
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca patersoniae
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana secunda
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum porphyrium
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza purpurascens
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus longicollis ssp longicollis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha scopulosa
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia roseoalba
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia maximiliani
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea graminicola ssp graminicola
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum thunbergianulum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis fergusonae
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium dipetalum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea sabulosa
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca paucifolia ssp karooparkensis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana sinuata
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum porphyrovalve
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza purpureolutea
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus longicollis ssp platypetalus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha secunda
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia rouxii
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia mediana var mediana
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea graminicola ssp notata
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum thyrsoides
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis fibrosa
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium dispar
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea saldanhensis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca paucifolia ssp paucifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana spathacea
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum proliferum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza pusilla
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus loteniensis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha spicata ssp fistulosa
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia sarmentosa
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia mediana var rogersii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea grandis
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum tortuosum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis filifoliolata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium divisifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea sanguinalis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca pearsonii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana spiralis
ZAR 145.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum pubescens
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza radians
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus macneilii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha spicata ssp graminifolia
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia saundersiana
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia minima
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea hainebachiana
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum vallis-gratiae
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis flava var fabifolia
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium dolomiticum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea saxatilis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca pentheri
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana stenomera
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum pumilum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza ramosa
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus maculatus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha spicata ssp spicata
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia scillaris ssp latifolia
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia moniliformis
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea helmei
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum verae
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis flava var flava
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium echinatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea schlechteri
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca polyphylla
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana striata
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum pusillum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza reclinata
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus malvinus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha stenosiphon
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia scillaris ssp scillaris
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia montana
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea herrei
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum viridiflorum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis flava var unifoliolata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium elandsmontanum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea setifolia
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca prolifera
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana stricta
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum pustulatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza roseoalba
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus marlothii
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha sufflava
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia scillaris ssp toximontana
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia multifolia
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea hesperantha
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum xanthochlorum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis flaviuscula
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium elegans
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea setifolia var aggregata
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca psammophora
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana symmetrantha
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum ramosum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza rupicola
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus martleyi
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha teretifolia
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia simulans
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia mutabilis
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea hiemalis
ZAR 95.00
Ornithogalum: Mostly native to South Africa. Popular cut flower. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ornithogalum zebrinellum
ZAR 85.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis fourcadei
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium ellaphieae
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea setifolia var belviderica
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca pseudobifolia
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana tanquana
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum ratelpoortianum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza saxicola
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus meliusculus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha truncatula
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia sobolifera ssp albiflora
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia namaquensis
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea huttonii
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis foveolata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium elongatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea setifolia var ceresiana
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca riebeekkasteelberganula
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana teretifolia
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum rhizomatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza schinzii
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus merianellus
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha vaginata
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia sobolifera ssp carnea
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia nardousbergensis
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea inclinata
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis fragilis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium englerianum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea setifolia var setifolia
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca robertsoniana
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana torta
ZAR 145.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum roseum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza scillaris
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus meridionalis
ZAR 95.00
Hesperantha: Evening Flower (Greek derivative). Family: Iridaceae. All native to South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Hesperantha woodii
ZAR 75.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia sobolifera ssp sobolifera
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia neilii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea inconspicua ssp inconspicua
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis furcillata var caulescens
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium eupatoriifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea singularis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca rogersii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana toximontana
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum sabulosum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza scopulosa
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus microcarpus
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia splendida
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia nervosa
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea inconspicua ssp namaquensis
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis furcillata var furcillata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium exhibens
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea sinispinosensis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca rogersii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana tritonioides
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum schinzii
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza setacea
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus miniatus
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia stenophylla
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia nordenstamii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea incurva
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis gifbergensis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium exstipulatum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea sladenii
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca roodeae
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana tubaeformis
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum schlechteri
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza silenoides
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus monticola
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia stohriae
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia obscura
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea indecora
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis glabra
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium fasciculaceum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea speciosa
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca rupestris
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana tubiflora
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum spirale
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza similis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus mortonius
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia stolonifera
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia orchioides var glaucina
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea insolens
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis goniorrhiza
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium fergusoniae
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea sphaerocarpa
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca sabulosa
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana tubulosa
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum subincanum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza spiralis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus mostertiae
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia stricta
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia orchioides var orchioides
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea intermedia
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis gracilipes
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium fissifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea stellata
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca scabrocostata
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana unguiculata
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum subtile
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza splendidissima
ZAR 115.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus mutabilis
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia superba
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia orthopetala
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea kamiesensis
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis gracilis var gracilis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium flavidum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea subfistulosa
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca schlechteri
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana vanzijliae
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum titanopsoides
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza stenosiphon
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus nerineoides
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia tenuifolia
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia pallida
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea kamiesmontana
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis gracilis var lilacea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium frutetorum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea sulphurea
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca schoenlandii
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana villosa
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum tuberculatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza subrigida
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus nigromontanus
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia tenuis
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia patentissima
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea karroica
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis gracilis var purpurea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium fruiticosum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea syringodeoflora
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca secunda
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana villosula
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum undulatum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza sufflava
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus oatesii
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia teretifolia
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia patula
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea knersvlaktensis
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis grammopetala
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium fulgidum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tabularis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca seineri
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana virescens
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum vermiforme
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza sulphurascens
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus ochroleucus
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia thomasiae
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia paucifolia
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea lazulina
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis grammophylla
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium fumariifolium
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tetragona var flavandra
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca semipedalis
ZAR 75.00
Babiana: Dutch derivation, Baviaan (Baboon), because they feed on the corms. Characterized by large, beautifully scented flowers. Some looking almost prehistoric, e.g. Babiana ringens. Native to Southern Africa. Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Babiana virginea
ZAR 95.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum villosum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza tabularis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus oppositiflorus
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia trifolia
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia peersii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea lewisiae ssp lewisiae
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis haedulipes
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium gibbosum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tetragona var tetragona
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca setosa
ZAR 75.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum viscosum
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza tenella
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus orchidiflorus
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia trinervata
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia perryae
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea lewisiae ssp secunda
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis heidelbergensis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium gilgianum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tortilis var dissecta
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca shawii
ZAR 75.00
Eriospermum: about 100 species comprise this long-lived bulb genus. Family: Asparagaceae. Subfamily: Nolinoideae. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
Eriospermum zeyheri
ZAR 195.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza tricolor
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus oreocharis
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia vanzijliae
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia physocaulos
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea lilacina
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis helicoides var alba
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium githagineum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tortilis var tortilis
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca spiralis
ZAR 145.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza tulbaghensis
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus ornatus
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia versicolor
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia polyphylla
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea linderi
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis helicoides var helicoides
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium glabriphylllum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tortuosa ssp aurea
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca stuetzeliana
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza uliginosa
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus overbergensis
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia vinacea
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia polypodantha ssp eburnea
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea longiaristata
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis heterophylla
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium glutinosum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tortuosa ssp depauperata
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca suaveolens
ZAR 155.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza umbrosa
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus paludosus
ZAR 95.00
Ixia: Family, Iridaceae. Along with Gladiolus, Freesia, Sparaxis and Zantedeschia, the Southern African bulb Ixia has become a common garden bulb. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Ixia viridiflora
ZAR 75.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia polypodantha ssp polypodantha
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea longiflora
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirsuta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium gracile
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tortuosa ssp tortuosa
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca subglandulosa
ZAR 75.00
Geissorhiza: subfamily, family, Ixia and Iris. Native to cape provinces of South Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Geissorhiza unifolia
ZAR 85.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus papilio
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia purpureo-caerulea
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea longifolia
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirsutibulba
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium gracilipes
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea toximontana
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca tenuifolia
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus pappei
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia pusilla
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea longipes
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirta var canescens
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium gracillimum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea triflora
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca thermarum
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus pardalinus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia pustulata
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea longistyla
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirta var hirta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium grandicalcaratum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea tubulosa
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca tortuosa
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus parvulus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia reflexa
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea loubseri
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirta var intermedia
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium grandiflorum
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea unifolia
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca toxicaria
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus patersoniae
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia rosea
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea louisabolusiae
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirta var polioeides
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium graveolens
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea vinacea
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca trachyphylla
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus pavonia
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia rubida var punctata
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea lugubris
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirta var secunda
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium grenvilleae
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea viridibracteata
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca transvaalensis
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus permeabilis ssp edulis
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia rubida var rubida
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea lurida
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirta var tenuicaulis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium greytonense
ZAR 125.00
Romulea: Family: Iridaceae. Subfamily: Ixioideae. Common name: African Crocus. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GERMINATE: EASY.
Romulea vlokii
ZAR 80.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca unifolia
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus permeabilis ssp permeabilis
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia rubida var tigrina
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea luteoalba
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hirta var tubiflora
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium griseum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca unifoliata
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus phoenix
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia salteri
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea macgregorii
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis hygrophila
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium grossularioides
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca villosa
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus pole-evansii
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia sargeantii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea macrocarpa
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis imbricata var cuneifolia
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium hantamianum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca villosa ssp glabra
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus pretoriensis
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia schelpei
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea macronyx
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis imbricata var imbricata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium hemicyclicum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca villosa ssp villosa
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus priorii
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia sessiliflora
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea margaretae
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis imbricata var violacea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium hermanniifolium
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca virens ssp arida
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus pritzelii
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia splendida
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea marginata
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis inaequalis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium heterophyllum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca virens ssp virens
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus pubigerus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia stayneri
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea marionae
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis incarnata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium hirtipetalum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca viscosa
ZAR 145.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus pulcherrimus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia summerfieldii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea marlothii
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis inconspicua
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium hirtum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca vittata
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus quadrangularis
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia thomasiae
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea maximiliani
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis involuta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium hispidum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca watermeyeri
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus quadrangulus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia thunbergii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea melanops
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis ioeides
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium hypoleucum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca weberlingiorum
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus recurvus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia trichophylla
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea miniata
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis kamiesbergensis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium hystrix
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca xanthocodon
ZAR 75.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus reginae
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia undulata
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea minima
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis knuthiana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium incarnatum
ZAR 125.00
Albuca: subfamily, Scilloideae. Family, Asparagaceae. Commonly called Slime Lilies. Many species have unusual formations, e.g. Spiralis, Namaquensis, or Zebrina. Also often vanilla scented. Found in southern and eastern Africa.
Albuca zebrina
ZAR 165.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus rehmannii
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia unicolor
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea minor
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis lanata var lanata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium incrassatum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus rhodanthus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia unifolia var schlechteri
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea modesta
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis lanata var rosea
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium inquinans
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus robertsoniae
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia unifolia var unifolia
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea moggii ssp albescens
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis lasiorrhiza
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium iocastum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus rogersii
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia unifolia var wrightii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea moggii ssp moggii
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis lawsonii
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium ionidiflorum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus roseovenosus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia valeriae
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea monticola
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis leipoldtii
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium karooicum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus rudis
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia variegata
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea muddii
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis leptocalyx
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium keerombergense
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus rufomarginatus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia ventricosa
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea mutila
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis leptogramma
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium klinghardtense
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus saccatus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia verticillata
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea namaquamontana
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis levis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium laciniatum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus salteri
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia violacea var glauca
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea namaquana
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis lichenoides
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium ladysmithianum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus saundersii
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia violacea var violacea
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea namibensis
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis lindaviana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium laevigatum ssp diversifolium
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus saxatilis
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia viridiflora
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea nana
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis linearis
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium laevigatum ssp laevigatum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus scabridus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia whitehillensis
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea natalensis
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis lineolata
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium laevigatum ssp oxyphyllum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus scullyi
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia xerophila
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea neglecta
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis livida
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium lanceolatum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus sekukuniensis
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia youngii
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea nubigena
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis louisae
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium laxum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus sempervirens
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia zebrina
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea ochroleuca
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis luteola
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium leipoldtii
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus sericeovillosus ssp calvatus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia zebrina forma densiflora
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea ogamana
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis macra
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium leptum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus sericeovillosus ssp sericeovillosus
ZAR 95.00
Lachenalia: South African endemic, named after 1700s Swiss botanist, Lachenal. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Lachenalia zeyheri
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea pallida
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis marlothii
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium leucophyllum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus serpenticola
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea papilionacea
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis massoniana var flavescens
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium lobatum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus speciosus
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea patens
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis massoniana var massoniana
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium longicaule var angustipetalum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus splendens
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea pearsonii
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis meisneri
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium longicaule var longicaule
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus stefaniae
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea pendula
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis melanograpta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium longiflorum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus stellatus
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea pilifolia
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis melanosticta var latifolia
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium longifolium
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus stokoei
ZAR 95.00
Moraea: Iris family, mostly occurs in South Africa. Named after botanist, R. More. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Moraea polyanthos
ZAR 95.00
Oxalis: A large genus of several hundred species. Native to Africa, Brazil, Mexico. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY
Oxalis melanosticta var melanosticta
ZAR 110.00
Pelargonium: Geraniaceae Order. Over 200 species. South Africa has largest concentration. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: MODERATELY EASY.
Pelargonium luridum
ZAR 125.00
Gladiolus: Latin derivative, Sword. Gladiolus are rare/endemic mostly to Africa. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY TO GROW FROM SEED: EASY.
Gladiolus subcaeruleus
ZAR 95.00