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Other summerflowering bulbs M-Z

All other summerflowering bulbs M-Z.

  • Mertensia virginica

    Funnel-shaped 2,5 cm. large flowers in late spring fading from lilac-pink to different bright blue shades. This plants dies down after flowering but returns in full bloom the next year. Height 50 cm. and needs a cool site in partial shade.
  • Mirabilis jalapa

    Mixed colours. Large (5 cm.) flowers opening in the afternoon. Nicely scented in the afternoon and evening, therefore recommended for planting near the terrace, height 60 cm.
  • Morea flaccida

    (Syn. Homeria flaccida) Cape tulip. Not related to the tulip but one of the many members of the Iridaceae-family. Cup shaped flowers. Not entire hardy, so give them a good groundcover in winter or dig them out in October. Plant the corms in well drained, humus rich soil in full sun. Hardiness zone 9-10. (aurantiaca), salmon-orange flowers.
  • Morea ochroleuca

    (Syn. Homeria ochroleuca) Cape tulip. Not related to the tulip but one of the many members of the Iridaceae-family. Cup shaped flowers. Not entire hardy, so give them a good groundcover in winter or dig them out in October. Plant the corms in well drained, humus rich soil in full sun. Hardiness zone 9-10. Yellow.
  • Nepeta faassenii 'Six Hill's Giant'

    Catmints, aromatic perennials with a bushy growth habit. For a place in full sun to light shade, on permeable soil. A good selection with violet blue flowers, perfect for planting along borders and in flowerbeds.
  • Nepeta faassenii 'Walker's Low'

    Catmints, aromatic perennials with a bushy growth habit. For a place in full sun to light shade, on permeable soil. A strongly growing plant. Is slightly higher than the 'Six Hill's Giant'.
  • Ornithogalum saundersiae

    Star-of-Bethlehem, a bulbous plant from the temperate regions of Europe, Asia and Africa. White flowers with a black ovary, an appreciated cut flower with a sturdy stem. Flowering season July-September. Height 100 cm.
  • Paradisia lusitanica

    Paradise lily, perennial on the mountain pastures in the Alps, Portugal. Large white, lily-like flowers.
  • Polianthes tuberosa 'The Pearl'

    (Tuberosa), sweet scented flowers, pure white, height 100 cm. Needs a sunny and warm place. Polianthes is a plant that needs some extra attention in our climate: Plant in a pot and keep it at 14-16 degrees, do not water until leaves are formed. Only then water regularly and fertilize regularly.
  • Polygonatum 'Weihenstephan'

    Large Solomon's Seal, with long overhanging stems, from which hang small whitish bells. Elegant plant.
  • Polygonatum commutatum

    Large, tall Solomon's Seal that grows into an impressive plant over the years.
  • Polygonatum curvistylum

    Solomon's Seal from Asia with purple flowers. Leaf in circles on stems up to 60-70 cm high. The hanging purple bells bloom in May-June. Then green berries that turn red when ripening.
  • Polygonatum multiflorum

    Multi-flowered Solomon's Seal, native plant with many white flowers. Black berries appear after flowering.
  • Polygonatum odoratum 'Flore Pleno'

    A full-bloomed form of the scented Solomon's Seal. Slow growing and quite rare.
  • Polygonatum verticillatum

    Solomon's Seal. The linear leaves grow in whorls of three to eight pieces together. The green-white, bell-shaped flowers form clusters.
  • Rhodoxis 'Fanny'

    Rapidstar, is a breed originated from cross breeding Rhodohypoxis (redstars) with Hypoxis (yellowstars). Tuberous plant, strong grower, when the flowers open they are two-coloured: pink-white. Ideal for the rock garden or as a pot plant, which flowers for months on end with proper care. Multiplies fast.
  • Rhodoxis 'Mrs. Betsy'

    One of the fastest growing x Rhodoxis. With beautiful larger velvet red flowers and yellow stamens in the center of the flower. Begins to bloom a little later. Good grower.
  • Rhodoxis 'Ruby Giant'

    Strong plant with pretty dark pink flowers. Height 12-15 cm. Blooms in the summer. Plant reproduces well.
  • Roscoea 'Beesiana'

    Ginger Orchid, flowering from Juny, prefers a sunny or half shaded place in the border or rock garden, hardiness zone 6-9. Cream colored with purple stripes.
  • Roscoea auriculata

    Ginger Orchid, flowering from the end of Juny, prefers a sunny or half shaded place in the border or rock garden. purple, white centre.
  • Roscoea humeana

    Ginger Orchid, deep purple flowers with a white heart. Wide leaf.
  • Roscoea purpurea

    Ginger Orchid, flowering from the end of July, for a place in the sun or partial shade. Lilac, large flowers.
  • Roscoea purpurea 'Cinnamon Stick'

    Ginger orchid, selection with striking brown-red stems. Lilac pink flowers with a white lip.
  • Sauromatum venosum

    Voodoo-lily, synonym Arum cornutum, from the Himalayas and South India. Special purple-brown inflorescence that appears in July-August and gives off an unpleasant odor.
  • Scadoxus multiflorus subsp. multiflorus

    (Haemanthus, Paintbrush), not hardy but very suitable for indoors or in containers on the terrace or in the greenhouse, hardiness zone 10-12 . Ball shaped umbel of red flowers..
  • Scilla adlamii

    A small bulb plant, also known as Ledebouria cooperi for in a pot (in an alpine greenhouse). Decorative purple-brown striped leaves, with the exception of winter. Purple pink flowers in late spring.
  • Selaginella lepidophylla

    (Rose of Jericho), moss like evergreen for indoors or the glasshouse. Frost tender. Needs a well drained soil and a temperature of at least 10 degrees C, zone 9-10. the “common” Rose of Jericho, top size.
  • Smilacina racemosa

    (False Spikenard), height almost 1 meter, flowering from late spring till early summer. Pure white flowers in feathers on arching stems. Later in the season red berries. Needs partial shade and a humus-rich acid soil. Hardiness zone 6-8.
  • Sprekelia formosissima

    Aztec Lily, Jacobean Lily, bulbous plant from Mexico and Guatemala. For a sunny place, not hardy. eautiful, dark red flowers.
  • Tigridia pavonia 'Alba Grandiflora'

    (Ferraria), height 60 cm., flowering period: July-September, every flower last for one day but they keep producing new flowers over a long period. Large and very pretty flowers. Hardiness zone 8-10. White, dark red spots in the centre.
  • Tigridia pavonia 'Aurea'

    (Ferraria), height 60 cm., flowering period: July-September, every flower last for one day but they keep producing new flowers over a long period. Large and very pretty flowers, Hardiness zone 8-10. Yellow, red spots in the centre.
  • Tigridia pavonia 'Lilacea'

    (Ferraria), height 60 cm. Flowering period: July/September, every flower last for one day but they keep producing new flowers over a long period. Large and very pretty flowers. Hardiness zone 8-10. Lilac-pink, red spots in the centre.
  • Tigridia pavonia 'Speciosa'

    (Ferraria), height 60 cm. Flowering period: July-September, every flower last for one day but they keep producing new flowers over a long period. Large and very pretty flowers, Hardiness zone 8-10. Red, yellow throat with red spots in the centre.
  • Tigridia pavonia mix

    (Ferraria), height 60 cm., flowering period: July-September, every flower last for one day but they keep producing new flowers over a long period. Large and very pretty flowers, Hardiness zone 8-10. Mixed colors.
  • Triteleia laxa 'Koningin Fabiola'

    Brodiaea. Flowering time: July, height 50 cm. Violet-blue, suitable as a cut flower.
  • Triteleia laxa 'Rudy'

    White flowers with a narrow blue-violet middle grain. Excellent cut flower.
  • Trollius 'Alabaster'

    Globe flower, cream-yellow. Perennial whose flowers resemble ranunculus. For a humid location, sun to light shade.
  • Trollius 'Lemon Queen'

    (Globeflower). Perennials that prefers moist soil. Accepts sunny and shady conditions. Bulletshaped flowers, lemon yellow. Height 90 cm. Hardiness zone 5-7.
  • Trollius chinensis 'Golden Queen'

    Globe flower, golden yellow, perennial whose flowers resemble ranunculus. For a humid location, sun to light shade.
  • Tropaeolum tuberosum 'Ken Aslet'

    Climber, orange-red with yellow flowers on vines, up to two meters high stems. Blooms a month earlier and also longer than T. tuberosum: from July to October.
  • Tulbaghia violacea var. maritima

    A subspecies with broad leaves. Mauve-pink flowers consisting of short broad petals that overlap each other slightly, resulting in a nice round flower shape. Flowers throughout the summer.
  • Tulbaghia violacea x comminsii

    A beautiful crossing with wonderfully sweet-smelling pink flowers. A relatively low, bushy plant, very suitable for in a pot.
  • Watsonia meriana

    Genus of bulbous plants from South Africa. Looks very much like gladiolus but the flowers are longer and thinner. Flowering season: late summer, early fall. Hardiness zone 9 -10. salmon, height ± 120 cm.
  • Zephyranthes candida

    Westerly Lily. Crocus-like flowers with a pink tinge. Reasonable frost resistant. Suitable for pots.
  • Zephyranthes citrina

    Peruvian swamp lily, crocus-like flowers for a sunny spot. Deep yellow flowers. Native to Mexico. Moderately hardy.