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Galtonia candicans

Galtonia candicans

Pretty late summer flowering bulb, a bit on the tender side here, with large spikes of fragrant creamy white bell-shaped flowers reaching 2-4 feet. Sometimes called summer hyacinth, the form of the plant reminds me more of supersized spanish bluebells.
$12.00

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Gladiolus saundersii

Gladiolus saundersii

Lovely salmon-orange flowers on spikes a couple feet tall, like most species glads very graceful with intricately formed flowers. Native to the highest parts of the Drakensberg in South Africa, it may well prove hardy to be hardy. Zone 7, probably 6, maybe 5.
$12.00

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Hymenocallis aff. liriosome

Hymenocallis aff. liriosome

Flowers always compared to daffodils, with a central cup and narrow strap-like petals arranged around it. Pure, almost translucent white, fragrant, and marvelous. Quite tender, but worth overwintering indoors.
$12.00

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Hymenocallis littoralis

Hymenocallis littoralis

Very large white, fragrant, flowers that look like a cross between a crinum and a daffodil. Striking, different, and beautiful. When out of bloom, the big, lush, strappy green leaves are fairly nice as well.Quite tender, can only take a light frost. You'll need a greenhouse or a sunny windowsill.It's native to Central and South America.
$12.00

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Hippaestrum Dwarf Mix

Hippaestrum Dwarf Mix

A mix of dwarf forms quite unlike the huge monstrosities generally encountered.
$8.00

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Hippaestrum sp BCW 5038

Hippaestrum sp BCW 5038

A miniature amaryllis from a John Watson collection, they are going to be small under 12" and tender for us in Michigan.
$8.00

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Hyacinthella azurea (Muscari azurea)

Hyacinthella azurea (Muscari azurea)

Its a small Grape Hyacinth-like plant from Turkey, with flaring campanulate bells.
$8.00

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