"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
A superb and rare 'Angels Fishing Rod' long flower stalks on the ends of which are numerous sulphur yellow flower buds which emerge as beautiful ivory whit bell shaped flowers
A lovely species slightly heavier looking foliage but with the usual long wands bearing charming dusky pink flowers which are more open than most
As it names suggests a more upright plant in all respects with stiff wands bearing delicate pink flowers close to the stem
From S. Africa and favouring a moist warm position numerous wands appear from the grassy foliage which hold a successive display of light or dark pink flowers
A much sought after and rarely seen 'Angel's fishing rod' smaller growing than most with intense pink red flowers
Another gem from S. Africa beautful pink flowers on long arching stems prefers some moisture ideally suited of all the species to pot culture
From fresh grassy leaves appear very long wiry stems which are festooned at the ends with gorgeous pink bell shaped flowers, its common name Venus` Fishing Rod seems perfect. Prefers full sun and soil that doesnt dry out.
Different than most Dieramas origininating from more mountaneous regions this little gem flowers in autumn with striking wine red flowers backed by silvery white sheaf
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