Arisarum proboscideum. Easy to grow small aroid with interesting foliage to ¼m tall. Small brown/white mouse like flowers. Summer dormant with growth in autumn/winter. Part shade.
Arisaema candidissimum. Easy to grow aroid with trifoliate leaf to ½m tall. Large interesting white/pink flowers. Winter dormant with growth in spring and summer. Part shade.
Clivia miniata. Easy to grow plant with foliage to 75cm tall. Interesting yellow flowers and fruit. These look best if grown in shade. They are rather drought hardy and like a well drained soil.
Amarygia Bozandycol. A new introduction bred by Keith Tollis. This is an easy to grow and flower bulb with startlingly bright red to pink flowers in autumn.
Brunsvigia marginata. An easy to grow amaryllid with really bright red/orange flowers. Part shade to sun.
Aristolochia grandiflora. A climber with very interesting, huge flowers. Grows well in a well drained partly shaded position. Likes to be protected from frost, spring - summer flowering.
Serapias neglecta. An easy to grow European ground orchid. Prefers part sun and ample drainage. Summer dormant with active growth in winter. Late winter to spring flowering.
Pterostylis repanda. An easy to grow terrestrial orchid from New Caledonia. Likes a shaded position and some moisture while growing in autumn and winter. Generally flowers in late autumn or early winter.
Spiranthes odorata. A North American orchid. Prefers part sun and ample drainage. Winter dormant with active growth in spring and summer. Summer / autumn flowering with up to 80cm raceme carrying 100+ fragrant flowers.
Lachenalia pygmaea. A brilliant little bulb with fragrant flowers. Autumn flowering, winter growing, summer dormant. Grows well in a partly shaded to sunny position in well drained soil. We have a pink and a white form of this great plant.
Cypella aquatilis. An easy to grow South Americam bulb. As the name suggests it likes plenty of water and can even be grown in a bog garden. Likes full sun. Summer growing and winter dormant.
Dianthus microlepis var. degenii. One of the smaller growing Dianthus it forms nice neat little buns. A brilliant little rockery plant from cool areas for the sun or part shade. Likes moist but well drained soil.
Massonia sempervirens. A great fragrant small bulb from South Africa. Stays evergreen for me. Prefers full sun to part shade.
Tropaeolum ciliatum. An interesting climbing plant from South America. This one likes a cool root area and a sunny aspect to grow into. I find this one best in a container as it can spread through a garden if left to it's own devises.
Arisaema ciliatum var liubaense . Easy to grow aroid with foliage to ½m tall. Interesting white/brown flowers and red fruit. Winter dormant with growth in spring and summer. Part shade.
Arisaema fargesii. Easy to grow aroid with trifoliate leaf to ½m tall. Large interesting white/brown flowers. Winter dormant with growth in spring and summer. Part shade.
Scadoxus puniceus. Easy to grow large South African bulb that prefers part shade. Will take full light if cooler weather.
Cypella herbertii. An interesting South American bulbous plant that flowers throughout the summer months. Prefers an open sunny situation with reasonable water while in growth.
Bletilla ochracea. Yellow Chinese ground orchid. Prefers part sun and ample drainage. Winter dormant with active growth in spring and summer. Summer flowering with up to 80cm raceme carrying 20+ flowers.
Serapias Hybrid 1. An easy to grow European ground orchid. Prefers part sun and ample drainage. Summer dormant with active growth in winter. Late winter to spring flowering.
Ornithogalum dubium. A brightly coloured South African bulb for the full sun. This species grows through winter flowering in spring with masses of flowers above the foliage. A great little performer.
Brunsvigia bosmaniae X marginata. Another great bulb with 400mm round flower heads. For a sunny to partly shaded position in a well drained garden. Autumn flowering, winter growing, summer dormant. A really drought hardy plant.
Eucomis vandermerwei. A great little bulb from South Africa for your summer flowering garden or even in a pot. Better foliage colour if grown in more light/sun.
Boophone haemanthoides. One of the striking foliaged bulbs from South Africa. Heads of small flowers in autumn, winter growing and summer dormant. Very drought hardy.
Oxalis gracilis. One of the well behaved non-weedy species. Autumn flowering, winter growing, summer dormant. A great plant for rockeries or pots. Will form a nice clump in time and flower prolifically.
Saxifraga paniculata ssp. minutifolia. One of the most compact foliaged forms of this species. Great in pots, like reasonable moisture and good light. From alpine areas of Europe this is an adaptable plant.
Begonia sutherlandii. A great little tuberous Begonia from South Africa. Small bright orange flowers all through the warmer months of the year.
Viola inconspicua. A great little herbaceous plant from China. This one will seed freely into a garden area, flower in spring, and then give a carpet of arrow shaped leaves for the summer.