Pink in bud but opens white and then matures through sugar-pink to rose-red. Foliage strong and apple-green in colour. Introduced by Paul Christian’s Rare Plant’s Nursery in Wales and remains one of the best deep-pink clones available but is rarely listed.
A deep pink clone originally collected by Arnis Seisums and Janis Ruksans near Gothenburg, in Sweden.. Opens white and shades to pink in the first few days with a rich purplish pink reverse to the petals.
Unique cross has produced a superior plant with larger, longerlasting, clean white flowers, more freely produced, on taller stems. Handsome, deep green leaves trifoliate serrated leaflets. Exclusive offering
An outstanding plant with its large, polished, dark green, hastate leaves and enormous, dark silky-purple spathes. This only recently discovered species from Crete has all the attributes of an excellent garden plant ... and no evil smell!
Baby bulbs available
Tall spires of loosely spaced bells in spring, the lower ones a rich caramel hue and top half the most brilliant ultramarine. This particularly good form is from Sicily and is bone hardy in our hot dry summers.
Tight heads of deep, inky-black, crumpled bells in loose clusters on medium tall stems. tidy leaves but big flower spikes and is one of the chunkiest of all of the species. Strangely and mysteriously beautiful.
Sweetly scented, creamy/ flushed pink, urn-shaped spathes in autumn with short, spear-shaped leaves following. Lovely exception in an evil-smelling bunch! The flowers squat at ground level and remind me of a huddle of gossiping monks!
Massive golden stem erupts from a great fleshy barrel of a bulb in late summer and then bursts forth into a gloriously surreal candelabrum of lipstick-red single-flower heads. Broad, glaucous blue green leaves in winter. Mostly 3 year old bulbs.