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    This extremely rare and lovely endemic plant lives only on the Poor Knights Islands and Taranga Island in the north of New Zealand which are protected by the New Zealand Government as nature reserves, and unauthorised landing is forbidden. On these islands it usually grows on rhyolite sea cliffs and rocky outcrops and sometimes in forest. In spite of being a fabulous plant it is very rarely offered either as plants or seeds. Discovered only in 1924, it is listed as vulnerable in the 1997 IUCN Red List of Plants. The green stalks start growing vertically then turn sideways, displaying dazzling red flowers tipped with orange pollen and resembling an enormous one-sided giant toothbrush. These fabulous flowers can reach up to 15 inches or 40cm. long. Four million years ago, a volcano created these small islands off the coast of New Zealand where they remained undiscovered until found by Captain Cook in 1760. Separated from the mainland for millions of years, the islands developed many unique animals, and plants such as these gems, found nowhere else on earth. ... Learn More


  2. Xerophyllum tenax


    The outstandingly attractive feature of these plants is the stunning, tightly-packed clumps of white flowers which arise on a tall spike making a superb specimen plant actually related to lilies. This grass-like perennial has narrow foliage forming a stout tussock, which is often burnt right back by wildfires in their native habitat, but quickly re-sprouts and often flowers afterwards. In the old USA the leaves have long been used to make baskets and carriers. Superb as dot plants, they are also suited to a large rockery, container or mixed border, where they are sure to impress and mystify even the most seasoned of plant enthusiasts. The name Bear grass, comes from observations that bears like to eat the young fleshy stems. This plant is also related to the Veratrum and Melianthum and distantly related to Yucca, which it somewhat resembles. ... Learn More


  3. Yucca elata


    Showy flower spikes, reaching up to 15 feet tall, produce masses of waxy white flowers in the late spring which open on several branches. Long flexible leaves with white margins and fuzzy white fibres make attractive spherical heads. Doing best in full sun and well-drained soil, and hardy down to -10º F, this is a great choice for colder locations. In the wild it ranges from southeast Arizona through New Mexico and into west Texas, and south into Mexico. ... Learn More


  4. Zantedeschia aethiopica green goddess


    Large green flowers with white throats open above clumps of magnificent matt green foliage, with spathes that are more funnel-shaped than flared, and with an attractive twist that makes them a must for flower arrangers. These superb plants, which are slightly larger than the species, grow well in deeply prepared soil kept moist in summer and they will also thrive in deep mud! ... Learn More


  5. Zantedeschia aethiopica white


    Creamy white flowers, some up to 25 cm across, are borne above lusciously glossy foliage. This statuesque calla grows to around a metre in height, and happily tolerates cooler temperatures than other members of the same family. Growing well in damp soil, this will make an impressive marginal plant in your pond if you have the room for it. ... Learn More


  6. Zantedeschia albomaculata


    This is a truly graceful plant with something to offer in every department. Elegant, unusually large, creamy white flowers display a dark purple, almost black throat, that gives stunning contrast to the yellow spadix, and not to be outdone, the dramatic foliage is speckled with white. Unlike many Arums, this rare lady prefers to keep her toes out of the water and does not like the cold. She is happier in free-draining sandy soil and may sulk if you over water her so be warned! Planted in full sun or semi-shade, however, she will reward you with her sophisticated presence. ... Learn More



    Charming, funnel-shaped blooms that may be pink, rose, lavender or violet open above long, tapered leaves, which are deep green, often with faint white spots. Native to the hot and humid climates of South Africa, it is mostly found by lakes in moist soils, and prefers well-drained soil in a full or half sun location. They are dramatic additions to outdoor gardens with their distinctive funnel-shaped blossoms, but also make excellent cut flowers as the huge plate-like corms produced produce a fantastic display, and they are also ideal as house plants or even for cut flowers. They are not completely hardy and should be grown in a favoured spot or even a large container for safety. ... Learn More



    A curious and attractive shrub in the rue family. Sprays of greeny-yellow flowers in spring later produce bright red berries amidst shiny aromatic leaves. Enormous thorns are produced on the old wood. ... Learn More


  9. Zephyranthes citrina


    Another member of the lovely Rain Lily clan, this variety produces slightly smaller than usual, gloriously bright yellow, star-shaped, upward-looking flowers, above grass-like foliage that will not crowd out neighbouring plants. It performs best in full sun and will tolerate poor soil. ... Learn More


  10. Zephyranthes grandiflora


    Large (up to 10cm) pink flowers with attractive white throats, are borne singly on 20-30cm stems rising out of a clump of narrow strap-like foliage. The flowers open progressively wider during daylight hours and close again at evening. The botanical name of this lovely lily translates as "flower of the west wind", while the common name reflects its habit of coming into flower after sustained rainfall, so quite a charming character to have in your garden. A summer flowering native of southern Mexico and central America, it will appreciate a sunny position. ... Learn More


  11. Zephranthes minuta


    This dainty and rarely-seen relative of the amaryllis is native to Mexico, Guatemala and the Caribbean, where it produces strappy foliage and mid-pink flowers rather like an open crocus. It is dormant in winter and has a tendency to come into bloom after rain has fallen, hence the common name, indeed, several flushes of flowers can be expected if there are a few periods of rain in early summer. Eventually thick clumps of bulbs will form, and they can survive in very dry positions, such as at the base of a hedge. It will also do well in a trough or small pot where you are able to appreciate its beauty. ... Learn More



    This quite exquisite plant has broad, overlapping, soft pink, upwards facing, starry flowers with yellow stamens and a tiny white throat. Native to Cuba, Mexico, Colombia and Guatemala, in the wild these flowers appear several times a year, especially after rain. The main display, in August-September, when the density of flowers almost makes its narrow foliage invisible, is quite fantastic. ... Learn More


  13. Zephyranthes sunset strain


    This is a selection of lovely colours of this fragrant and exotic plant which makes a sizeable and splendid specimen that sends up one large, very thick petalled, crystalline, fragrant bloom per stem that turns all colours from pinkish to deeprose as it matures. Foliage is broad and grass-like with blue-green leaves. "They fill the night with a strange, disturbing sweetness." ... Learn More



    This bizarre but lovely plant has white lily-like flowers, and two-pronged, greenish-yellow glands on each petal. Although it bears grass-like leaves, it is not a true grass, but surprisingly belongs to the trillium family, Melanthiaceae and has a wide distribution throughout North America ... Learn More


  15. Zigadenus elegans glaucus


    This extremely attractive plant bears branched panicles up to a foot long that carry up to 50 creamy-white, star-like, stalked flowers. Flower stalks arising from a compact clump of lily-like leaves are accompanied by a short lance shaped papery bract at the base that is often tinged with purple or pink. All parts of this plant are poisonous so do not eat! ... Learn More


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