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Other summerflowering bulbs M-Z

All other summerflowering bulbs M-Z.

  • Mirabilis jalapa

    For O'Clock Flower, The marvel of Peru. Plant them near the patio so that you can enjoy their lovely fragrance on warm summer evenings. The approximately 5 cm large flowers open only in the afternoon and have different colours.
  • Nepeta faassenii 'Purrsian Blue'

    Catmints, aromatic perennials with a bushy growth habit. For a place in full sun to light shade, on permeable soil. Purrsian Blue is a compact-growing form with a fine habit. Remove the spent flowers from time to time and they bloom all summer long.
  • 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 Chia Nong 'Sensation' ®

    Tuberosa, sweet scented flowers, pink, single flowers. 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.
  • Polianthes tuberosa Chia Nong 'Supergold' ®

    Tuberosa, sweet scented flowers, yellow, single flowers. 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 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 'Fairy Snow' ®

    Rapidstar, is a breed originated from cross breeding Rhodohypoxis (redstars) with Hypoxis (yellowstars). Tuberous plant, strong grower, white. Ideal for the rock garden or as a pot plant, which flowers for months on end with proper care. Multiplies fast.
  • 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 'Sonja'

    Rapidstar, is a breed originated from cross breeding Rhodohypoxis (redstars) with Hypoxis (yellowstars). Tuberous plant, strong grower, lower plant with upright pink flowers. Ideal for the rock garden or as a pot plant, which flowers for months on end with proper care. Multiplies fast.
  • 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 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.
  • Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna Pink'

    Sage. Good deep pink Salvia with a somewhat looser growth compared to the Caradonna. Good afterflowering in August when the plant is cut back after the first flowering. Perennial.
  • Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

    Sage. Beautiful deep purple blue Salvia with dark stems. Tight, upright habit. Flowers long, especially if the spent flower spikes are cut away. Perrenial.
  • 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..
  • Selaginella lepidophylla

    Rose of Jericho, Moss like evergreen for indoors or the glasshouse. Frost tender. Needs moist, but also well drained soil and a temperature of at least 10 degrees C. and does not tolerate direct sunlight. The best part is to see the odd dried-out looking plant unfold into a low-green plant after potting. The “common” Rose of Jericho, top size.
  • Sprekelia formosissima

    Aztec Lily, Jacobean Lily, bulbous plant from Mexico and Guatemala. For a sunny place, not hardy. Beautiful, 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 'Canariensis'

    (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. Soft-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.
  • Triteleia hyacinthina

    Brodiaea. Flowering time: July, height 50 cm. Pure white, suitable as a cut flower.
  • 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.
  • 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 'Lizzy'

    A new Tulbaghia created from a cross of T. violacea x T. leucantha. Tulbaghia 'Lizzy' is a good growing sturdy plant with strong flower stalks. Produces regular dark purple flowers on 60-70 cm high flower stalks from late May into October. The flowers are especially fragrant in sunny, windless weather. The leaves, flower and flower buds are edible. In the garden, the plants are hardy with some protection.
  • Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace'

    Society garlic, beautiful variegated form. South African bulbous perennial for a sunny spot and with some protection hardy, zone 8. Suitable for in pots, or in the border, but also as a cut flower and as a kitchen herb. The leaves, the flower and the flower buds are edible.
  • Uvularia grandiflora 'Pallida'

    Greenish Bellwort, Large merrybells. Soft yellow, nodding, wide-opening bell-shaped flowers at the end of the approx. 40 cm. long stems. Feels perfectly at home in acidic, humus-rich soil in the semi-shade. A woodland plant.
  • 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.
  • Moraea 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.
  • Moraea 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 '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'.
  • Polianthes tuberosa 'Love' ®

    Tuberosa, sweet scented flowers, pinkish-red, double flowers. 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.
  • 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 commutatum

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

    Multi-flowered Solomon's Seal, native plant with many white flowers. Black berries appear after flowering.
  • 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.
  • Smilacina racemosa

    False Solomon's seal. Unlike the common Solomon's seal, this perennial flowers with flower panicles instead of pendulous bell-shaped flowers. The plant can eventually grow to a height of almost 1 metre. Prefers a position in semi-shade to shade and a lime-poor but humus-rich soil.
  • 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.
  • Tulbaghia violacea

    Society garlic, South African bulbous perennial for a sunny spot and with some protection hardy, zone 8. Suitable for in pots, or in the border, but also as a cut flower and as a kitchen herb. The leaves, the flower and the flower buds are edible.
  • Tulbaghia violacea 'Alba'

    Society garlic, a white form, sometimes with a hint of pink on the flowers. South African bulbous perennial for a sunny spot and with some protection hardy, zone 8. Suitable for in pots, or in the border, but also as a cut flower and as a kitchen herb. The leaves, the flower and the flower buds are edible.
  • Verbena bonariensis 'Lollipop' ®

    Argentinian vervain. Long flowering border plant with an airy growth habit, often used as a weaving plant. This selection remains lower than the V. bonariensis. The flowers attract many butterflies and insects. If the winter is not too cold, the plant remains.