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||Aloe 'Arabian Night'
||Aloe whitcombei hybrid with dark leaves
||Aloe 'Bedford's Beau'
||compact rosettes with very clear cross banding
||Aloe 'Bella Bella'
||Hybrid of A. bellatula with albiflora and rauhii with attractively marked leaves and flowers like its parent.
||Aloe 'Blue Moon'
||A hybrid of A. deltoideodonta x laeta x rauhii. Leaves are deep blue with white dots.
||Aloe 'Brass Hat'
||Pointed, toothed, olive-green leaves with brown tints giving a brassy effect.
||Aloe 'Brian Makin'
||Hybrid producing pink bell flowers and narrow leaves. Easy and attractive.
||Aloe 'Bright Ember'
||Very warty light green leaves with orange highlights
||Aloe 'Burnished Bronze'
||A hybrid of A. deltoideodonta. Leaves are reddish-bronze with faint dots. New growth is light green turning rapidly to bronze. Attractive.
||Aloe 'Cha Cha'
||Hybrid of A. descoingsii. Small rosettes of thick blue-green leaves. Delicate flowers.
||Aloe 'Creme Cassis'
||Creamy blackcurrant coloured rosetttes
||A hybrid of A.laeta x deltoideodonta. Grey-green leaves with bands of white markings almost covering the leaves, with striations giving an almost holographic effect. Nice.
||Aloe 'Derek Bowdery'
||Attractive hybrid named after its creator! Bronze with white spots and orange teeth.
||Aloe 'Diego/White Lightning'
||covered in white tubercles
||compact growth with bluish leaves edged in pink
||Aloe 'Doran Black'
||American hybrid with fleshy pale green corrugated leaves. Stays small. Very attractive. Limited
||small aloe with big orange flowers
||Lives up to its name! Flowers are red tipped with yellow which look very nice.
||Very warty leaves
||Aloe 'Hey Babe'
||American hybrid of descoingsii, attractive and small
||Aloe 'Horacio Ramao'
||long pointed leaves with feathery teeth
||Aloe 'Imperial Purple'
||A hybrid of unknown origin,attractive and different from most of the new hybrids. This plant was mistakenly sold as A. inexpectata previously.
||Aloe 'Indian Game'
||leaves are slim and upright with brown flecks, like the bird
||Aloe 'Jade Temple'
||Looks like a striped pagoda. Leaves striped dark green and white like A. ariegate, but strongly curved back at the ends. Most attractive.
||Aloe 'Jaws II'
||Leaves covered with white teeth, hence the name
||Aloe 'Jaws II' x humilis
||Has more white prickles than the usual humilis
||warty blue leaves
||Aloe 'KG 2'
||Aloe 'KG 2009/115'
||Unnamed Kelly Griffin hybrid
||Aloe 'KG 4'
||Very pronounced white warts on a green background
||Aloe 'Lavender Beauty'
||Glaucous lavender blue leaves
||Aloe 'Lavender Star'
||knobbly blue leaves with a red edge
||Aloe 'Lizard Lips'
||Small plant that will clump. Leaves brownish-green, almost completely covered in white spots. Edges darker brown.
||Brookside hybrid named after the Italian word for lizard
||Looks like a blue starfish with recurved leaves
||leaves are almost black
||Aloe 'Milky Way'
||medium size aloe, fairly slow, creamy pink leaves
||cream coloured leaves with various coloured markings
||Hybrid of A.descoingsii x haworthioides. Small low rosettes of dark green, succulent leaves with white bristles.
||Aloe 'Pink Blush'
||warty leaves with pink blush towards the edges
||Aloe 'Pink Lace'
||similar to 'Snow Queen'
||Small, leaves almost white covered with grooves, rough. Sometimes known as 'Snowflake'
||Aloe 'Raspberry Ripple'
||red edges to the encrusted leaves
||Aloe 'Red Edge'
||Kelly Griffin hybrid
||named after Kelly Griffin's father.
||rather upright leaves and delicate markings
||Thick white tubercled leaves with dark flecks
||Aloe 'Sean's Red'
||KG hybrid with bright red edges to leaves. Limited.
||Aloe 'Snow Bunting'
||whitish leaves with a purple tinge
||Aloe 'Snow Queen'
||Looks like 'Pink Lace' but the flowers are lighter pink, almost white. Flowers profusely.
||Aloe 'Sparkling Burgundy'
||Beautiful red-violet leaves in a recurved rosette with reddish teeth at the margins. Somewhat slow. Limited.
||Aloe 'Vito/Green Sand'
||granular surface seems like a sand sculpture
||Aloe 'Walmsley's Blue'
||An ancient hybrid with small smooth leaves developing a blue-purple colour in good light. Unknown parentage.
||Aloe 'White Diamond'
||Small aloe that will clump in time. Leaves green with very numerous white dots and marks. Attractive.
||Aloe 'Winter Sky'
||Compact, bluish leaves. Could be a descoingsii x karasbergensis hybrid.
||Clear black cross-banding on a burnt cream background
||Yemen, Jebel Arays
||Aloe aff. rivieri
||Propagations from collections from Saudi. Pinkish-red flowers, blue-white leaves. Will get big in time.
||Aloe arborescens variegata
||Nicely variegated form of this relatively large clumping aloe.
||creeping aloe with chunky white spotted leaves
||Aloe bellatula x A. millottii
||Leaves with dotted-line margin
||syn.Chamaealoe africana. Looks more like a haworthia with unusual flowers
||Tight rosettes of short turquoise green leaves.
||Aloe brevifolia variegated
||light bluish leaves with fine white striations
||Aloe Brookside hybrids
||Dwarf aloe hybrids produced by us. Take pot luck!
||New species from Madagascar with red teeth. Still uncommon.
||Beatiful orange flowers on climbing stems
||small aloe with blue leaves and orange flowers
||Propagations from Coll. 8358 & L+B 838 from Oman. Narrow recurved, glaucous blue-green leaves. New to cultivation. Limited.
||Robust medium-size aloe, reddish-green with white spots and brown teeth.
||Aloe descoingsii x karasbergensis
||Small rosettes like A. descoingsii, but a pale blue-green with markings. Attractive.
||Aloe descoingsii x variegata
||Compact plant with characteristics of both parents
||Propagations from various collections from Oman. Blue-green leaves almost without markings or teeth, scarlet flowers. Medium size.
||Young plants of this species which eventually forms a small tree. Blue-green leaves, slow.
||Shiny bright green toothed leaves that turn glowing red in good light.
||Aloe dorotheae x juvenna
||Not a large plant. Leaves are glossy green, toothed, with white marks, going a brilliant red if kept in a sunny position. Flowers deep red. Stunning.
||Aloe dorotheae x striata(?) 'Fang'
||Stays relatively small like A. dorotheae with strong, curled, fang-like red teeth. Leaves are pale green with red-brown markings and striations. Flowers freely in a branching capitate raceme.
||Low growing, clumping. Leaves thick but long and narrow, mid-green with whitish marks. Flowers exceptionally beautiful, short stem, fat buds, red and yellow.
||Aloe dwarf hybrid
||From BCSS seed of unknown parents
||bulb forming aloe from Tanzania
||Bright blue leaves in a small elongated rosette.
||Attractively mottled leaves. Medium size.
||Aloe haworthioides v.aurantica
||Easier than the regular species but with the same scented flowers
||Grey-green rosettes of very tuberculate leaves, narrow, densely packed.
||Aloe humilis hybrid
||Compact plant with long white tubercles
||Propagations from a collection from Tanzania. Pointed light green leaves, striated with dark green, bright red flowers. Medium size.
||Larger plants with wide whitish green leaves. Limited
||Narrow bluish leaves speckled white.
||Tight columns of tubercled pointed leaves. Propagated from collected material
||Aloe krapholiana v.dumoulinii
||could be some hybridization despite careful pollination
||small aloe with glaucous leaves
||Aloe mcloughlinii Blue Nile, Ethiopia
||Compact plant with ground-hugging triangular leaves speckled white
||Madagascan aloe with narrow pale green leaves and pretty red flowers
||Taita Hills, Kenya, still quite rare
||McCoy YEM37. Long fleshy bright green leaves, toothed.
||Aloe nobilis variegated
||Came with this name but the species name may be wrong! Anyway it is a compact eventually medium-size variegated plant.
||A Yemeni species that in habitat hangs down cliffs. In cultivation it forms clumps. Leaves lime-green with white dots, narrow. Flowers pale yellow which it produces continuously. Attractive
||Newly described species from Oman. Propagations from various collections. Leaves are smooth, pinkish purple, without teeth. Limited.
||Kenyan aloe that will get very large. Flowers shining red, leaves fleshy and toothed.
||Bluish-white leaves on these seedlings of what will become a tall, branching aloe. Slow.
||Speckled bluish leaves turn purple in strong light. Attractive.
||small aloe with blue flecked leaves
||Aloe rauhii x A. somalensis
||Collected NE of Ft. Dauphin, Madagascar. Leaves are purple with red toothed margins, somewhat curly. Forms groups of short stems. Limited.
||small aloe with broad leaves in a rosette, green flecked white
||Aloe saponaria variegated
||Soft green leaves with yellow variegation
||Tufts of thin blackish leaves, unusual upright flowers with open mouth.
||Kohaito Plateau, Eritrea
||Looks like a dwarf more delicate A. variegata. Can be tricky.
||Small size with black-green leaves splashed with white, dusty-red flowers.
||Aloe sp. aff. rivieri
||Collenette collection from Saudi Arabia
||Beautiful blue fans of leaves, eventually twisting with age. Not large.
||Glaucous leaves and red flowers. Propagations from collections from Yemen and Oman
||The famous medicinal plant.
||slow growing Madagascan aloe with whitish leaves
||Small Omani aloe that grows hanging from 1000m high cliffs. Short bluish-green leaves on short stems and white flowers. Limited.
||Sudan. New species similar to sinkatana. Name is the Arabic word for penis!
||Aloloba (Astroloba deltoidea x grass aloe)
||Short stems of closely packed fleshy narrow green leaves, recurved, attractive red flowers.
||Alworthia 'Black Gem Variegated'
||Not as easy as the plain green one and rather slow
||Alworthia 'Black Gem'
||Clusters of deep blackish-green rosettes entirely without markings. Gets darker in good light.
||bright green with dark tubercles
||Astroloba dodsoniana v.herrei
||pointed glaucous leaves and odd bulbous flowers
||Gasteraloe 'Bella Green'
||Leaves are succulent warty and dark green, but long like those of A. bellatula. Flowers profusely.
||Aloe descoingsii x Gasteria batesiana
||Narrow, pointed leaves, light green with grey stripes down the leaf centre. Different.
||Gasteraloe 'El Supremo'
||G. batesiana x A. variegata
||Gasteraloe 'Gold Variegated'
||similar to 'Green Gold' but more yellow
||Gasteraloe 'Green Gold'
||Deep green leaves with golden tubercles.
||Gasteraloe 'Green Ice'
||Beautiful ice-green leaves with darker markings on the upper side. Can get quite large in time. Impressive.
||Gasteraloe 'Green Ice' silver form
||Form with no green markings at all. Still rare.Limited.
||Gasteraloe 'Green Wax'
||Hybrid of G. armstrongii. Leaves are very thick and waxy, smooth and in a rosette.
||Gasteraloe 'Helen Haage'
||Looks like 'Katherine McDonald' but leaves are more densely tubercled.
||Gasteraloe 'Katherine McDonald'
||Looks like a hybrid of A. juvenna and G. batesiana. Grows a stem covered with leaves that are a green gold colour, covered with golden pearly tubercles.
||small plant, a Hummel hybrid
||Gasteraloe 'Morning Dew'
||A hybrid of Aloe aristata with something else. Covered in pearly markings looking like drops of dew. As yet very limited.
||G. glomerata x A. descoingsii results in a plant with smooth glaucous leaves with a purple tinge. Attractive.
||Gasteraloe 'White Wings'
||Long pointed grey-purple leaves with darker markings.
||Very pale green leaves in a rosette, lightly tubercled. Stays small.
||Gasteraloe 'World Beauty'
||Hybrid of G.glomerata and A.parvula that takes the texture and colour of the gasteria but leaf shape of the Aloe. Attractive.
||Gasteraloe (Aloe jucunda x Gasteria batesiana)
||Mid-green pointed leaves with a rough surface and darker markings. Attractive.
||Gasteraloe (G.armstrongii x A. aristata)
||dark green leaves
||Hybrid of A. aristata and a G. verrucosa. Looks like a larger, coarser A. aristata. New growth shows some variegation but this fades with age.
||Chunky leaves, dark-green with grey markings and highly corrugated. Leaves may vary as the plant grows.
||Gasteria 'Black Armstrongii'
||Thick leaves which turn blackish-green in good light, rather smoother and more pointed than the species.
||Gasteria 'Black Beauty'
||Smooth, rather long leaves with rounded tips, rich plum colour, darker in good light. Attractive.
||hybrid created by Fernwood nursery in California. White variegation on the leaves looks like someone had poured cream into the green colour
||A cultivar of G. armstrongii with extra wide leaves with a bluish tinge.
||Gasteria 'Fuji Giant'
||Japanese cultivar with thick chunky leaves, grey-white with dense bluish striations. Slow and not particularly big.
||Gasteria 'Green Imp'
||Possibly an armstronii cultivar, leaves are yellowish-green with delicate green striations.
||Blackish-green, thick, stubby leaves without markings, tapering, very slow. Offsetting after nearly 10 years! Slow.
||Gasteria 'Hummel's Silver'
||Medium to large in time, with very warty silver leaves, with grooves and lines in chevron patterns. Impressive.
||Gasteria 'Isobe no Matsu'
||Thick, pointed leaves, spirally with age, blue-grey with dense white striations. Limited.
||Very thick, stubby leaves, grey-white with a very few dark green markings in the centre of the upper surface. Very slow and beautiful. Limited.
||New Japanese cultivar with thick wide tightly packed grey-green leaves. Prehistoric looking!
||Gasteria 'King Tut'
||Name probably comes from its dark and shiny colours
||Very rough tapered leaves
||Gasteria 'Lime Warty'
||lime green edges, similar to 'Little Warty'
||Gasteria 'Little Warty'
||Not so little in time, but slow. Leaves are a silver-green with lots of pearly tubercles, thick.
||Very attractive compact plant with stubby blackish-green leaves covered with numerous white cross-bands.
||Gasteria 'Misuzu no Fuji'
||Similar to 'Fuji Giant' but with some yellowish markings also.
||dwarf purple rosettes
||Japanese cultivar. Leaves extremely thick and stubby, dark green with a slight glaucous cover, lightly mottled and with yellowish-white variegation. Extremely slow. Limited.
||Fat stubby leaves, sage green with striations. Very nice.
||Small with stubby, deeply grooved leaves, apple green with dark green stripes. Nice.
||Gasteria 'Sakura Fuji'
||Similar to 'Satu-Satu no Matsu' but leaves are somewhat chunkier and have yellow colour with green striations.
||Gasteria 'Sakuri Pusi' SB 00
||Chunky leaves with lots of white variegation
||Gasteria 'Salad Cream'
||Pilbeam cultivar with short stubby leaves, blue-grey with yellowish-white variegation.
||Gasteria 'Satu-Satu no Matsu'
||Dwarf clumping Japanese cultivar, leaves pure white with green striations. Not difficult.
||Smokey green colour without markings, medium size. Impressive.
||Gasteria 'Van Damme'
||Small, silver-pink leaves, covered with pearly tubercles. Attractive.
||Gasteria 'Warthog' clone 1
||Stubby, grooved leaves, pale green with dark green striations. Very slow. Limited.
||Gasteria 'Warthog' clone 2
||Leaves much lumpier, mottled, greyer, leaves congested. Extremely slow. Limited.
||Appeared as a pup from 'Jurassic'. Very dark smooth and rounded leaves like a whale!
||fat dark green leaves
||Gasteria armstrongii x glabra
||Kew hybrid produced by Peter Brandham
||Leaves covered with pearly raised dots, take on a reddish colour in strong light. Easy.
||Gasteria batesiana hybrid
||lost label so other parent unknown, but compact chunky growth
||Gasteria batesiana v.dolomitica
||Much more warty than the species and greyish. Very attractive.
||Gasteria batesiana variegated
||Leaves have yellow striations or sometimes more extensive yellow areas.
||Gasteria batesiana x armstrongii
||Nice fat leaves with white dots
||Small plant with rounded leaf tips and densely covered with grey-white markings. Will clump.
||Gasteria baylissiana v. ellaphieae
||Form that is a little smaller and turns a beautiful violet colour in good light. Very attractive.
||Stubby verrucose leaves, light green.
||clone collected by Ernst van Jaarsveld
||Gasteria bicolor variegated
||Gasteria brachyphylla v.bayeri
||stubby tongue shaped leaves that are a light brown in colour. Very nice,
||Chunky dark green leaves with white tubercles.
||Gasteria carinata 'Snowstorm'
||Pointed dark green leaves dotted with white pearls.
||Gasteria carinata variegated
||Short thick leaves, originally received as armstrongii variegated, very white with a yellow tinge and green striations.
||Thick stubby leaves, dark green heavily mottled with light green.
||Small gasteria with greyish tubercled leaves
||Gasteria glauca Couga Dam
||Incredibly blue-grey leaves.
||Pale to mid-green leaves without markings, looking inflated. Prefers a little shade.
||Gasteria KG 97
||Japanese cultivar. Thick, stubby leaves, dark blackish-green with yellow striations. Patterns are variable. Very slow. Limited.
||Gasteria KG 98
||Japanese cultivar. Flattened, stubby leaves, bluish-lime green with darker markings on mature leaves. Very attractive and slow.
||Small clumping fan-shaped rosettes of shiny leaves bright green with whitish cross banding. Easy.
||Gasteria marmorata variegated
||Blue-grey leaves with heavy striations
||BK71120. Bruce Kent cultivar. Leaves are hard, pointed, swollen towards the base and dark greenish-black, new growth with attractive light mottling in bands.
||Tongue like dark green leaves, mottled with white
||Sometimes called variegated due to the heavy bands of whitish-yellow markings on the light green leaves. Attractive and easy.
||Gasteria obtusa 'Platinum'
||Variation with more silver colouration
||Gasteria pillansii v. ernestii-ruschii variegated.
||Strong growing, clumping form with short leaves with rounded ends, green with tubercles and variable variegation. Easy.
||Gasteria poellnitziana v. bicolor
||Attractive form with pale green leaves, without markings, edged with deep blackish-green.
||Similar to G. nigricans but rosettes are much smaller and darker offsetting to form dense clumps.
||Tall gasteria with long, narrow grey leaves, densely covered with darker markings. Attractive. Propagations from collections by Derek Tribble and RD.
||Different from all other gasterias. Tall stems with dark green leaves without markings standing out horizontally at intervals. Needs some shade.
||Gasteria rawlinsonii x batesiana variegated
||ZW 2010 hybrid. Stacking variegated leaves as would be expected.
||Gasteria sp. Mamba Valley
||RS 1294. Looks like a miniature G. acinacifolia.
||Medium size, mid-green leaves heavily coated with pearl dots. Easy.
||greyish very succulent recurved leaves
||Gasteria vlokii x baylissiana
||Very chunky toffee coloured leaves flecked with white
||Unknown parents but the flowers give an indication. Leaves are smooth, stiff, dark green without markings and curve downwards. Looks oriental. Impressive.
||Gasterworthia 'Royal Highness'
||Leaves are in rosettes, short, pointed, dark green, reddish in light, covered with large white tubercles. Will clump.
||Shiny pointed leaves, spiralling, apple green with numerous white markings. An attractive plant that flowers well.
||Haworthia 'Alligator Pair'
||Looks like 'Crocodile Rock' to me!
||Haworthia 'Anna Coccozza'
||Attractive hybrid with purple truncated leaves with rough surfaces
||Haworthia 'Big Joe'
||Form of H. reinwardtii with short stems of fat dark green leaves hugging the stem and covered in very large pure white tubercles. Attractive.
||Retuse, somewhat bristly leaves, deep chocolate brown in good light. Attractive.
||Haworthia 'Crocodile Rock'
||American hybrid. One of the parents is H. koelmaniorum, but the leaves are a bit longer than that species with silvery markings. Very limited
||Haworthia 'Down Under'
||thick succulent leaves with frosted top, not unlike 'Sizunami'
||Thick dark green retuse leaves with frosted leaf tips
||Haworthia 'Grey Ghost'
||Pointed leaves with very strong striations of whitish-grey.
||Haworthia 'Grey Salt' HBG 73836
||truncata x angustifolia Hard slim grey leaves
||Haworthia 'Harry Johnson II'
||Somewhat tall dark green leaves with lighter windowed tips.
||Haworthia 'Jack Brown'
||Pointed leaves in a rosette, bronze colour with darker markings, lighter inside.
||Haworthia 'Jade Star'
||A hybrid of H. koelmaniorum x limifolia v. umbomboensis, which takes the form and texture of the former and the pale green colour of the latter. Very attractive. Limited.
||Haworthia 'Jay Dodson'
||Chunky sculptured bright green leaves.
||Haworthia 'Jay Dodson' x 'Kotohine'
||Compact rosettes with green striped leaves going reddish in sun
||Japanese hybrid with tessellata. Still rare and slow to propagate
||Haworthia 'Midori no Sono'
||Japanese cultivar probably of H. cymbiformis with white flecked leaves
||Cocozza hybrid 312. Flat, grey-green rosettes with plentiful grey-white bristles giving an overall misty effect
||H. cooperi hybrid with thick leaves in a tight rosette
||Haworthia 'Shooting Stars'
||A hybrid of H. setata v. multifolia which is more attractive than the usual one. Makes a good specimen plant.
||Cocozza hybrid of springbokvlakensis and comptoniana
||Haworthia 'Sugar Candy'
||Rosettes of narrow, tapered leaves, bristly and looking like sugar coated on the upper surface. Cocozza hybrid.
||Haworthia 'Sugar Plum'
||Cocozza hybrid. Compact retuse rosettes, bright grey-green with a
||A hybrid of H. bruynsii and H. koelmaniorum. The result is a rosette of hard lime-green leaves with rounded tuberculate tips. Very attractive. Very limited.
||Haworthia 'Yume Dono'
||Tight rosettes of blackish-brown retuse leaves with frosted windows. Limited.
||Clumping rosettes of narrow pointed unmarked leaves, forest green with purple tinges in good light.
||Haworthia arachnoidea v.scabrispina
||Beautiful plant that looks like it has been wrapped up in white netting.
||Rosettes of pointed leaves with rough surface and some whitish tubercles. Easy.
||Haworthia attenuata 'Tanba'
||fatter and more stubby leaves makes this an attractive form
||Haworthia attenuata v. caespitosa
||A form which has pure white raised tubercles arranged in bands across the leaves. Very attractive.
||Small bright green rosettes, smooth and with paler markings.
||syn. odyssei, tight hairy rosettes
||Haworthia chlorocantha v.denticulifera
||forms dense mats of tiny rosettes
||Large shiny green rosettes with flat topped leaves
||Haworthia comptoniana x 'Lime Green'
||compact pale green rosettes
||Rosettes of pointed bright green leaves, almost transparent, glassy, turning pinkish in good light.
||Haworthia cooperi v. pilifera
||Form from Stutterheim. Looks like the inside of a pomegranate but pinkish-green. Will clump up
||Haworthia cooperi v.pilifera variegated
||Very attractive Japanese form. Needs good light to stay compact.
||Haworthia cooperi v.pilifera x retusa
||Pale green pointed leaves with ridged windows
||Clumping species with round rosettes of bright green, glassy leaves. Easy.
||Haworthia cymbiformis 'Green Rose'
||Form with unmarked green leaves which are incurved like a rose bud.
||Haworthia cymbiformis 'Pinky'
||Delightful form in which the top half of the leaves turns bright pink when kept cool and dry in good light. Nice.
||Haworthia cymbiformis v. lepida
||Form with smaller rosettes, leaves with a distinct keel.
||Haworthia cymbiformis v.incurvula
||Nice incurved leaves. One of the better varieties.
||Haworthia cymbiformis variegated ISI 9428
||A very attractive form with rounded leaf-ends. Very succulent. Limited.
||Haworthia cymbiformis x retusa
||Looks like it has been moulded in glass. Chunky transparent leaves with dark striations. Goes reddish in good light.
||Calitzdorp.Small plant, forming clumps. Leaves short, narrow, tapering, grass green with brown shading in good light.
||Haworthia glauca v.herrei
||Lav. 26114 collection. Upright rosettes of hard, pointed, blue leaves
||Haworthia glauca v.herrei fa.armstrongii
||fatter leaves with some tubercles
||Haworthia herbacea Bosfontein
||Small very bristly rosettes. Attractive.
||Bright green shiny rosettes of toothed leaves that turn red in good light. Nice.
||Clustering form. Flat rosettes of tapering dark brown leaves with rough surface, tending to pull down into the ground. One of the best Haworthias. Limited.
||nice little seedlings from our own careful pollination
||Haworthia koelmaniorum v.koelmaniorum
||Haworthia koelmaniorum x limifolia
||Hard green rosettes with ridges. Rather slow.
||Name means leaves like a file. Dark green flat rosettes of pointed and extremely rough leaves.
||Haworthia limifolia fa. nigra
||Form with leaves that are a deep blackish green. Quite striking.
||Haworthia limifolia fm striata
||Each leaf is striped white. A plant that catches the eye.
||Haworthia limifolia v. gigantea
||Variety with the surface ridges arranged in clear bands.
||Haworthia limifolia v. umbomboensis
||Variety with smooth pale green leaves, taking a pinkish hue in strong light.
||Haworthia limifolia variegated
||These are stock plants and not all have good variegation but may produce very variegated offsets. You might be lucky!
||Fascinating plant looking rather like a drying artichoke. Still rare.
||Strange haworthia with tall, pointed, smooth, mid-green leaves. Limited
||Haworthia longiana x tesselata
||Small three angled rosettes of pale green ridged leaves with whitish edges
||Haworthia magnifica Riversdale
||Chunky retuse leaves with striations on the leaf windows.
||Haworthia magnifica v. calcarea hybrid
||Rosettes of mid green leaves covered with raised whitish tubercles
||Haworthia magnifica v. maraisii fm. whitesloaneana
||Small rosettes of short narrow leaves covered in white bristly warts.
||Haworthia magnifica v. paradoxa x H. mag. notabilis
||Thick, Very dark green rosettes with whitish tubercles on the outside and edges.Cocozza hybrid CC3066 CCO239
||Haworthia magnifica v.asperula
||CCO 141 Cocozza collection rough leaf surfaces, purple in sun
||Haworthia magnifica v.guttata
||Rosettes of tuberculed leaves reddish at the base
||Haworthia magnifica v.paradoxa
||Tight rosettes of shiny retuse leaves
||Compact rosettes of leaves with rounded translucent tips
||Haworthia margaretifera variegated
||Stout leaves, unusual colour, yellowish-grey with many striations and raised tubercles.
||Japanese Star Markings
||Truncated leaves in a spiral rosette.
||Haworthia mcmurtryi x coarctata
||Leaves are taller than H. mcmurtryi but taking its brownish colour in good light with whitish dots.
||Rietvlei IB7177. Small rosettes of pointed leaves covered in white pearly tubercles. Attractive.
||Haworthia mirabilis ssp.mundula
||Tight mid-green rosettes with rounded leaf ends.
||Haworthia mirabilis v.mundula
||Compact rosettes of succulent shiny leaves
||Japanese form with longer, smoother leaves in three-angled compact rosettes. Limited.
||Compact rosettes of fat greyish leaves
||Truncated leaves in a dense rosette
||Miniature rosettes of very dark green leaves, hard and without markings. Slow.
||Haworthia parksiana hybrid
||Slightly larger than the species and a brighter green with paler striations. Nice.
||Haworthia pumila 'Little Donut'
||Covered in doughnut shaped white tubercles
||Haworthia pumila clustering form
||Dark green leaves covered with raised white tubercles, remains small but clusters freely.
||Haworthia pygmaea 'Hakuma'
||Nice hairy form. Very limited.
||Haworthia pygmaea v. asperula
||Dark green retuse leaves, end windows are rough and frosted. Attractive.
||Haworthia pygmaea v.argenteomaculosa x schuldtiana
||Attractive retuse leaves with tubercles
||Haworthia pygmaea x monticola
||IB 5510. Erect tapering leaves, brownish-green with whitish stripes. Attractive.
||Haworthia reinwardtii v. chalwinii
||Columns of half-pear shaped dark green leaves with white markings. Attractive.
||Haworthia reinwardtii v.kaffirdriftensis
||Leaves have numerous longitudinal lines. Attractive.
||Haworthia reinwardtii v.reinwardtii
||Upright plant with chunky white marked leaves
||Upright growth goes almost black in good light.
||Haworthia retusa hybrid
||Unknown parentage but attractive truncated leaves
||Haworthia retusa striated
||Compact retuse leaves with yellowish white striations, sometimes developing sectorial variegation in good light. Limited.
||Haworthia retusa v.argenteomaculosa x schuldtiana
||nice combination! very attractive
||Haworthia scabra spiral form
||Haworthia scabra v. morrisiae x woolleyi
||Three-angled rosettes of hard leaves, dark green, rough on the back
||Haworthia scabra v. scabra
||Slow growing rosettes of hard blackish leaves covered in raised black tubercles
||Haworthia scabra v. starkiana
||Spiralling rosettes of smooth, hard, pointed, mid-green leaves.
||Haworthia scabra v. starkiana lateganiae
||Leaves are more pointed and tapering, also more tightly spiralled.
||Haworthia scabra x koelmaniorum
||Very unusual with pointed black leaves covered in black warts. Slow. Limited.
||Haworthia schuldtiana hybrid SH 98
||Retuse leaves with the flattened end covered in pinkish-white hairs. Very attractive.
||Haworthia schuldtians hybrid CC 1871
||chunky leaves with white bristles
||Compact bristly rosettes
||Haworthia subattenuata variegated
||Form with leaves striated with yellow and sometimes red
||Haworthia tortuosa variegated
||Small spiralling rosettes of grey-green with dense striations of a lighter green
||Haworthia translucens tenera
||Huntersdrift. Soft, pale green, incurved rosettes of narrow leaves with bristly edges.
||Haworthia transluscens Krom River
||Larger than its variety tenera with rosettes of pale green bristly rosettes.
||Haworthia truncata 'Down-Under'
||Hybrid with thickened leaves tending to spiral, with roughened leaf ends
||Haworthia truncata 'Lime Green'
||Pale green form with thick leaves and fanned frosted effect on the windows. Attractive. Limited.
||Haworthia truncata 'Sizunami'
||Attractive hybrid with thick chunky leaves that take on a silky chestnut colour in good light. Some are reversions from the variegated form, so you might get lucky.
||Haworthia truncata 'Sizunami' variegated
||Everyone wants this! Very slow to offset.
||Haworthia truncata (large form)
||Bigger leaves with windows having curly edges. Impressive.
||Haworthia truncata (small form)
||Compact form which eventually clumps, but individual rosettes remain small. Slow.
||Haworthia truncata v.congesta 'Fujiwara'
||Japanese form that produces a big fan. Nice young plants that will grow into beauties
||Haworthia truncata v.minor
||Very small form with hairy leaf ends. Rarely offsets.
||Haworthia truncata x maughanii x Kegani
||Interesting combination with purple truncated leaves
||Haworthia truncata x retusa
||Very attractive hybrid with leaf ends rounded and sugary, compact, turns reddish in good light. Limited.
||Haworthia truncata x tuberculata
||Compact, very dark green leaves with frosty tips. Slow.
||G8019. Smooth, dark-green incurved rosettes without markings.
||Haworthia venosa hybrid
||Parents unknown but looks like a cross with H.magnifica. Leaves olive-green with red-brown tips and lighter striations
||Haworthia venosa v. granulata
||Compact rosettes of chunky darkblackish-green leaves covered with tubercles of a lighter green. Impressive.
||Haworthia venosa v. tesselata
||Small rosettes of pointed succulent leaves with a net-like pattern on the windows. Light brown to grey-green.
||Haworthia venosa v. tesselata 'Coriacea' x viscosa
||Pale green rosettes of smooth pointed leaves turning orange in strong light. Limited.
||Haworthia venosa v.granulata variegated
||attractive variegated form
||Haworthia venosa v.tessellata x koelmaniorum
||Interesting hard dark rosettes with ridged leaves
||Haworthia venusta x Chocolate
||hairy leaves which go brown in good light
||Japanese form with leaves that are paler and wartier
||Haworthia viscosa x nigra
||Compact rosettes of hard pointed leaves, somewhat rough and almost black
||Haworthia viscosa x starkiana
||Leaves are blackish, hard and smooth, compact
||Small plant with pointed leaves, dark green and inside purplish
||Small rosettes of soft dark green leaves, pointed and with white edges. Compact and attractive.