RARE BULB NURSERY. LATVIA
by Dr. Janis Ruksans & Liga Popova

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An outstanding small onion which grow on volcanic plains and foothills of the American West in May and June. There are S-facing slopes coloured rose-violet in late spring. The 5-7 cm heads are on 10-15 cm stems with the tepals gracefully curling outward as they are tapering to sharp points. Rocky clay soils on grassy slopes.
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Large pink flowers in a dense umbel on a 40 cm high stem. A beautiful species of slender stature from S France. Nice for rock garden where it flowers in early summer when most of alpines have finished. Definitely worth wider cultivation.
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Flowers greenish white with a purple midrib in a nice umbel on a very short stem. Leaf one, elliptic. Earlier under this name was offered the closely related A. nevskianum, which differs in overall appearance and the purple flowers. Extremely rare. The stock comes from Astara Soru in Uzbekistan.
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A slender, up to 1 m tall species producing a dense umbel of small but very numerous purplish pink flowers. A long lasting flower display in early summer. From Antalya area in southern Turkey.
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Numerous white flowers, suffused pink on the mid-vein, in a dense head on a 30 cm tall stem. Early summer. One of the easiest of N American species. The stock originates from Walker Ridge, the North Coast Ranges in California.
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Large umbels of whitish to pale pink greenish-veined perianths are presented on 15-20 cm scapes, with two leaves twisting around their base. The combination of nice tepals and exserted stamens produce attractive pincushion-shaped heads. A conspicuous carnation fragrance.
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A small, single-leaved allium from the White mtns. in California closely related to the A. fimbriatum complex. The narrowly campanulate flowers are the palest pink with dark rose midveins. 2-3 dozens are produced in uncrowded umbels on 5-10 cm long scapes. On stony limestone slopes.
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Another member of my so called A. karataviense allies from Kuh-e-Pashmanu in Iran (SLIZE-216) with longer and narrower perianth tepals than in other superficially similar species in a large globular umbel between 2-3 leaves and on a somewhat longer scape. Flowers pale purplish toned.
15.00 EUR
 
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An extraordinary species with a huge (up to 35 cm in diam.), lax flower head of greenish-white flowers on a 50 cm high stem, resembling fireworks exploding high in the sky. Good drainage is essential to book success with it.
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Similar to A. campanullatum but with flowers not spreading flat. Numerous narrow tepalled reddish, up-turned blossoms are arranged in open 2.5 - 5 cm heads on 15 - 22 cm scapes. Even dry flowers keep their purple colouring.
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A traditionally coloured form of this beautiful species with bright blue flowers with an even darker midvein. From Zaamin, the Turkestan mountain range (ARJA-9771). The stock earlier offered as caesium ‘Aquamarine’ must be renamed to A. litwinowii. The name was revised by Reinhardt Fritsch.
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This is one of the brightest purple forms of this variable species. Our stock is grown from seeds collected in the Northern Sierra Nevada Range in California at 1100-1200 m where it grows in very exposed conditions. In nature almost stemless, here nice heads arise on stems not higher than 15 cm.
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Superficially similar to A. flavum but the umbel is denser and flowers are greenish yellow on a 40 cm tall stem. Collected near the Syrian border in S Anatolia. Nice for rock gardens where it flowers when most alpines are over, i.e. in midsummer. Not a difficult plant if a good drainage is ensured.
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A pleasing small American allium with two flattened falcate leaves. Flowers are broad-petalled light pink with a deeper pink midrib. Gravely soil to ensure good drainage and a sunny spot is what this beauty needs. Charming and not difficult. From Olympic mnt., Clallam Co., Washington, at 2000 m.
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This dwarf Californian allium has flowers of exceptional beauty which each deserves to be admired at close quarters. They are deep pink, comparatively big, widely cup-shaped with long and pointed segments. Some 5-10 are held in umbels on top of 10-15 cm tall, thin stems. Ensure good drainage!
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Flowers slightly greenish white, all faced upwards, in a dense very showy umbel on a 40 cm long stem. Very beautiful well growing species collected in Varsob valley, Tajikistan (RM-8274).
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A very distinct intense greenish yellow flowered form (one of the few yellow alliums with a true bulb). From the Darwas mountains in Tajikistan. Nurtured for many years and now I am able to offer it to wider bulb enthusiast circles. Still a very limited stock.
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The narrow white tepals with dark rose midveins are held erect creating a narrowly vase-shaped flower. These are in a few-flowered, but dense open umbel on 5 - 10 cm long scapes. Member of the A. fimbriatum complex.
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A robust allium from the Blue Mtns. in Oregon with countless rich pink, vase-shaped flowers in congested, 5-7 cm heads on 25 cm scapes. The narrow tepals and exserted anthers make the inflorescence look bristle. The large, erect, sickle-shaped leaves contribute to the impressive display of flowers and foliage. From vernally wet slopes.
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This is a diminutive cousin to the type subsp. douglasii with star-shaped very light pink-lavender (almost white) flowers in dense 5 cm umbels on 15 cm stems. Grows on bare, vernally wet, well drained gravely clay soils.
15.00 EUR
 
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A very distinctive little allium from S Oregon and California with deep rose urn-shaped flowers in a rather crowded umbel and two flattened sickle-shaped leaves. A very attractive pot plant and surprisingly hardy here.
2.00 EUR
 
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This very nice late blooming species I collected in 1982 in Varzob gorge in Tajikistan (RM-8274). Forms nice spherical loose umbels of narrowly campanulate yellowish white flowers. Absolutely hardy but needs growing in a greenhouse to induce the late summer flowering.
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Unique, nothing to compare with in the allium world! The dense flower umbels on c. 20 cm tall stalks are produced in early summer. They are packed with comparatively big, narrowly cup-shaped straw-coloured flowers, prominently veined bright purple both on mid-veins and the margins of segments. Exquisite. From arid, serpentine mountains in S Uzbekistan.
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A rhizomatous cluster of bulbs produce a clump of pale green leaves and several 15-25cm long scapes. The spreading perianth consists of broadly elliptical tepals that are white with pale rose midveins. The pedicels are short creating a compact spherical inflorescence. Likes summer watering.
12.00 EUR
 
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Very large cup-shaped pink flowers in dense umbels make it distinctive and attractive. The offered form is only 30 cm in height. Its origin is from Mt. Olympus in Greece. An easy grower.
5.00 EUR
 
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An excellent American species with many-flowered dense umbels of white large flowers with exserted stamens on stout 30 cm tall stems. From the Western Transverse Ranges where it grows at 1600 m on bare slopes in a very fine silty soil.
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Loose umbels of white to pale pink flowers on 15-25 cm stems. From sandy granite soils in Sierra Nevada, in vernally moist places. Very adaptable, multiplies rapidly in garden.
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This form was collected at Ihnachsai in Uzbekistan and identified for me by Reinhardt Fritsch. Flowers of this species are very bright reddish purple in a compact upturned flower head with narrowly pointed flower segments. Circa 40 cm long scapes.
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This form prominently differs from existing stocks in having bright reddish purple flowers in a large umbel up to 20 cm in diameter on 20-30 (!) cm long stems which bring the flower head well over the leaves. A true gem named by me after Henrik Zetterlund. From Tovaksai, the Karzhantau mnt. range.
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An excellent Turkish Allium species, which we collected on limestone rocks in Akdag where it was much shorter than in cultivation. Its stem is up to 40 cm tall with a large (up to 8 cm in diameter) dense white flower head well contrasting with the blackish green ovary. Anthers creamy yellow.
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More robust than var. lacunosum with 24-36 white flowers in up to 5 cm heads on 15cm stems. The tepals are white with purple midveins which expand toward the tip. The glistening basal glands are obvious without a hand lens. Growth on coarse gritty clay soils.
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A Californian species similar to A. anceps and A. platycaule. The most obvious difference is the habitat - vernally moist, rocky clay flats. Petals are broader and flowers composed in 5 cm umbels on 10 cm scapes. Their colour ranges from palest pink to pale violet, with rose pink dominating. Unlike its relatives the heads do not break off in order to disperse the seed
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This species earlier was misidentified by me as A. cupuliferum. Flowers large, narrowly cup-shaped, facing upwards, purplish. In the beginning the umbel is dense, later becomes lax due to the elongation of pedicels, which grow to different lengths. One of the most attractive alliums. Height 50 cm. Hissar mnt. range, Tajikistan.
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Flowers unusually bright blue, violet veined in tight umbels held on 40 cm tall stems. An excellent contender to widely known A. caeruleum with its brusque colour, as well as delicate overall appearance. From Sari-Chilek.
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One of my real favourites among Turkish Alliums, which is impossible to misidentify because of its very small individual florets (~2mm) arranged in a large very dense flower head of an amazing appearance, resembling a small pussycat. Height can vary from 30-150 cm, but my stock from a roadside in N of Antalya is of a medium size – 50-70 cm tall.
12.00 EUR
 
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A very beautiful species with a large umbel of reddish purple flowers on a short stem between two wide bluish green leaves, somewhat resembling A. karataviense, but much more spectacular and a better grower here outside. Collected on a stone slip near Chinoro, Varsob gorge, Tajikistan (RK-8139).
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This is the best of A. oreophilum varieties for pots as it is exceptionally dwarf, bearing dense umbels of large flowers in darkest reddish purple on only 5 cm long stems, between 2 narrow leaves. An excellent selection made by my Estonian friend Sulev Savisaar.
10.00 EUR
 
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One of the alliums suitable for both – ornamental purposes and cooking. Flowers late in the season with white florets in dense, globose umbels on 1 m tall hollow stems nicely inflated below the middle. Dry stems are suitable for flower arrangements, too. Fully hardy here.
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Flowers bell-shaped, rich amethyst-violet resembling A. crispum but without the crinkled margins of the inner tepals in compact 5-7 cm inflorescences on 15-20 cm scapes. Naturally very small bulbs but blooms abundantly, nice in seeds, too. From Northern Sierra Nevada foothills in California, USA. Never before offered.
15.00 EUR
 
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A close relative to the well-known A. schubertii, differs in more compact habit and is fully hardy in comparison with its ally. Height 30-40 cm. From S slopes of Sarimar mnt. (W end of SW Ghisar), southern Uzbekistan.
10.00 EUR
 
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Flowers large, narrowly cup-shaped, purplish violet on a 40-50 cm stem. Similar to A. cupuliferum, but the umbel is more compact and the shape of the leaves is different. The Fergana mnt. range. According to R. Fritsch, it in fact is neither A. winklerianum nor pseudowinklerianum. Most likely a new very nice species.
10.00 EUR
 
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Large airy umbels of violet flowers on 80 cm stems. The centre of the flower umbel (pedicels) light green or purple. A very well growing, beautiful form from Agalik valley near Samarkand, the Seravschan mnt. range, Uzbekistan.
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One of the gems of my collection, which until identifying I nicknamed “The Little Blue-head Beauty”. A late summer flowering allium with small, dense light sky-blue flower heads on 40-50 cm tall stems. One of the latest summer flowering species in my collection. I know no one similar to it.
15.00 EUR
 
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By flower head it resembles A. schoenoprasum (for that its name) but the stem is taller, flowers very light bluish, almost white. Makes beautiful bright green bulbs. From very high altitudes in Kugart, tolerates summer moisture.
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The name of our stock was changed by leading authority in Alliums - Reinhardt Fritsh. The picture and locality from where offered stock comes really belongs to A. ubipetrense.
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A dwarf version of A. falcifolium. The leaves are distinctly narrower. The urn-shaped flowers have broader tepals with only slightly reflexed tips that are not as dramatically tapered. The flower colour varies from white to pale rose with a much darker mid vein. With age colour quickly changes to shades of rose-red to red violet often within the same inflorescence.
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A beautiful dwarf allium (only 15 cm tall) with an umbrella-like inflorescence as in A. flavum but composed from mauvish purple flowers covered with bloom on pedicels of different lengths (LST-156).
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This Allium appeared among seedlings of A. nevskianum in the garden of E. Dambrauskas. R. Fritsch found that the other parent is A. sarawschanicum. It combines the best features of both parents - large dense light purple flower heads on 50-60 cm tall stems; it well keeps leaves during flowering time.
15.00 EUR
 
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A very variable in flower colour Turko-Iranian relative of A. karataviense with very dense flower head between two wide, quite often longitudinally ribbed leaves. This is a dwarf species with a large flower head, but only 15 cm in height earlier known as A. akaka. Quite recently this variable species was split by R. Fritsch into two – A. akaka and A. subakaka. The filaments of the latter are darker at the top than at the base.
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A beautiful American allium from gravely clay flats: very wet at flowering time, sun baked in late summer. From a pair of bold, broad, sickle-shaped leaves arises a 10 cm scape with 7.5 cm sphere of pink, vase-shaped flowers.
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A compact form with very delicate light soft pink-coloured flowers with a darker pink midvein in a little smaller heads than in subsp. platyphyllum on 5 cm scapes. The pair of leaves is narrower and not as strongly falcate.
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Flowers large, each 1.5-2 cm in diameter, campanulate, bright pink, more compactly arranged and much earlier than in A. siculum. Height 100-130 cm. Very beautiful – a true gem collected in Armenia. This species produces very few or no offsets and it takes 6 or more years from seed to flower. For this reason it is scarce and expensive, but it is one of the best of the ornamental alliums.
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This stock was offered under name A. shelkovnikovii, but just few minutes ago I got mail from leading authority in Alliums that picture and locality from where my stock comes really is that of A. ubipetrense. A beautiful species from Kuh-e-Bosphone near Arak, Iran (SLIZE-316), with medium sized semi-globose dense umbels on 25-30 cm long scapes amid 2 to 3 leaves. Flowers light violet. Sometimes can hybridize with A. woronowii, seedlings are longer with more leaves.
20.00 EUR
 
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The Chinese form of this very rare in nature plant, known only from 2 localities in Siberia but entering China as far as N Korea. Tiny, slender, creeping rhizomes form 10 cm tall, hairy leaf stems that bear 2-3 leaves each divided into three-lobed leaflets. These are classic pure white Anemone flowers. Beautiful, very floriferous, but if you grow it in pots, needs some shading and everyday watering on sunny days otherwise leaves can burn.
8.00 EUR
 
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Here is offered quite variable in colour plants from A. blanda population near Akseki in Turkey with a more compact habitus and white to blue flowers, somewhat smaller than those of the widely grown cv. ‘White Splendour’
4.00 EUR
 
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During Janis’ first visit to Turkey when he was accompanied by his wife Guna, on Belpinar Beli pass near the melting snow he found a very beautiful specimen of this species with large blue flowers and a large white centre, slightly resembling cv. ‘Radar’ but with a blue base colour. It was so beautiful that was named after his wife.
15.00 EUR
 
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Flowers very large up to 5 cm across with pale lilac-rose tinge on reverse. Blooms very abundantly, height up to 15 cm. AGM.
2.00 EUR
 
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Small flowers of light blue shade (not a uniform stock!). Finely dissected foliage. Easy to grow in conditions like those for A. nemorosa. Naturally very small rhizomes. From S Altai.
5.00 EUR
 
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Forms small but bushy, dense tufts of handsomely silver-marked leaves with vivid golden yellow flowers on 15 cm stems above leaves. It likes a sharply drained loam-based soil or compost, with good fertility and a dry summer rest.
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This species slightly resembles A. ranunculoides, but is a much more delicate plant with short rhizomes. Flowers are smaller and often numerous per stem. From near Krasnoyarsk in S Siberia. Naturally small rhizomes.
6.00 EUR
 
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Flowers very large – up to 4 cm across, lavender blue flushed with rosy purple on reverse. Height 15 cm.
2.00 EUR
 
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A lovely form with deep blue flowers flushed with violet on the outside of the flower and in the bud. Although the blues sound similar in descriptions, this one is very distinct when seen in the garden.
4.00 EUR
 
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Flowers of this selection are dark blue, very attractive. Although somewhat smaller in size than the larger-blooming favourites, this is compensated by the intensity of the colour.
5.00 EUR
 
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This fantastic windflower was found in a Norwegian forest by Remi A. Nielsen after the Chernobyl disaster. So it got its name supposing that the fallout that covered Norway after this major nuclear disaster caused this mutation. It is a peculiar variety forming flowers of different shapes and colours but all are very beautiful, large and fully double. It is one of the most unusual and spectacular of white windflower varieties, far better than other doubles and monstroses.
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By flower it is quite similar to cv. ‘Green Fingers’ but when grown side by side they look different. Flowers are white with a bunch of small green leaflets in the centre. Like in many of those monstroses - the flower shape can vary even on the same plant and from season to season.
5.00 EUR
 
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This beautiful semi-double cultivar with large flowers was selected in Estonia by Taavi Tuulik from Hiiumaa Island. It makes vary large flowers and blooms abundantly. One of the best white doubles.
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Collected in France but named in the UK this nice cv. has large soft to powder-blue flowers on 10-15 cm tall, dark stalks. The reverse is lightly shaded with purple along the midrib of each petal, more prominent towards the base.
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Flowers are very variable, with the segments transformed into a mass of green leafy bracts which really resemble a fern, very unusual but beautiful. Visitors are always asking - What is that?
3.00 EUR
 
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Flowers large, pale Wisteria blue backed with a pale grey-purple, robust habitus. One of the showiest light blue flowering cultivars forming fat rhizomes.
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This beautiful deep pink toned variety was spotted among the usual white plants through a car window by Dr. Arnis Seisums when together with Henrik Zetterlund we visited a garden near Gothenburg in Sweden. A small sample was collected and later named ‘Swedish Pink’. In the beginning its flowers are white but very soon the backs of the petals and a little later the entire flower turn bright pinkish purple.
6.00 EUR
 
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The original clone was found by Taavi Tuulik on the Estonian Island of Hiiumaa. It has semi-double flowers with some petals marked green. Proliferous flowering.
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This variety was selected by Taavi Tuuulik not because of its flowers but just for its leaves - light green with contrasting yellowish green segments. Flowers white. Very spectacular in a shaded spot.
10.00 EUR
 
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Flowers pure white with a button of tiny white petals in the centre, very long lasting and very prolific flowering, especially when well established.
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This year we again offer new fully double varieties raised by our Estonian friend Taavi Tuulik, who found them in the wild on Hiiumaa Island after the Chernobyl disaster. They all are nice, fully double and well separable from one another by the flower shape, blooming time, and foliage. Most are offered for the first time and only by us. It is not easy to describe the shape of the flowers, but the pictures show you everything - and you can see that each variety is different be it doubling, the shape of the petals etc., therefore the descriptions are short.
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Large fully double flowers with narrow pointed petals. Named after Estonian poetess Ellen Niit.
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Small golden yellow inner petals interspersed with small green ones.
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Double flowers with elegantly narrow inner petals and wide outer petals forming perfect background.
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Flowers smaller, but with nice wide inner petals, deep yellow.
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This one is selected for its leaf colour – the leaves are distinctly yellowish green, flowers are golden yellow with very rounded, wide petals.
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Another leaf selection - leaflets are narrowly linear, hence its name.
20.00 EUR
 
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This fantastic beauty is named in honour of Taavi Tuulik’s mother.
30.00 EUR
 
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The name of this variety in Estonian means „hedgehog” - and really it resembles by the shape this small and lovely though ‘spiking’ creature.
30.00 EUR
 
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Tafka - it is the nickname of Taavi Tuulik that his friends gave to him. So you understand that such a name can be given only to an excellent variety.
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Subspecies of commonn yellow windflower. Flowers yellow, a smaller plant than the more widespread type subspecies, forming narrow sharply toothed leaves. A stock from Italy.
3.00 EUR
 
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One of the many hybrids between A. nemorosa and A. ranunculoides with nice soft sulphur yellow flowers, a good grower and increaser.
2.50 EUR
 
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An easy growing, shade loving, beautiful arisaema with a green, white striped spathe in spring and bright red berries in autumn. Height of foliage 35 cm. Leaf lobes up to 10 cm long. Hardy here even without cover.
8.00 EUR
 
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An excellent garden plant producing a large white-striped pinkish spathe, which sits above glossy, three-part leaves. Tolerates a wide range of garden soils in the sun or light shade; the more fertile the soil, the showier and bigger the plant becomes.
10.00 EUR
 
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A very robust form reaching 60 cm in height, leaves 7-lobed, leaf lobes rhomboid. Spathe green with white stripes.
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A beautiful American aroid with a trifid leaf and a nice greenish white or purple striped spathe and purple spadix. Likes deep, humus rich, evenly moist soil in light shade. An easily growing species. Height varies from 15 cm to 25 cm. Offered are seedlings that are free from Arisaema rust which usually is present in nursery grown stocks and wild collected plants. Light shade in a leafy or peaty soil.
3.00 EUR
 
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Flowers with a long white spathe, leaves plain dark green, sometimes with a few dark or light spots, tubers rhizomatous. A very beautiful form collected in 1983 in a shady forest under large Fagus trees near Alagir (650 m), North Osethia, slopes in the northern Caucasus.
8.00 EUR
 
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An excellent aroid from Crete, prov. Rethymno (VVCR-642), growing at low altitudes and thus forming leaves in autumn. Spathe up to 30 cm long, pale green. Rather large plants but need protection in cold winters.
6.00 EUR
 
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Superb, large, primrose-yellow spathes with a butter-yellow spadix, all with an unusual and pleasant rose scent. An excellent plant, the brightest coloured Arum and one of the few with a nice smell.
12.00 EUR
 
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Although originates from E Mediterranean (Cyprus etc.), it is hardy here - I have been growing it for several years and it is a good increaser and well flowers every season. The spathe is pale green with discrete deep purple blotches throughout. Tubers somewhat rhizomatous.
7.00 EUR
 
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Flowers with a purplish red spathe, only 20 cm high, elongate up to 40 cm in autumn with bright red fruits. Leaves sagittate. From near the village of Enem, Krasnodar distr., S Russia. Tubers of A. elongatum lie vertically.
6.00 EUR
 
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Flowers with a long white or somewhat purplish shaded spathe, leaves plain dark green, sometimes with a few dark or light spots, tubers rhizomatous. A very beautiful form.
5.00 EUR
 
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The flower spathe chamois green and brown, well above the leaves. Height 50 cm. The best selection from Arvaz, Kopet-Dag, Turkmenistan where it was collected growing inside a dense shrub in moist soil. Although in nature always in some shade, here better to plant in full sun. Prefers late planting.
6.00 EUR
 
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The spathe green, hidden in foliage. Nevertheless it is a remarkable plant on account of particularly showy spikes of red berries in late summer. Easy to grow in light shade.
2.00 EUR
 
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Flower spathes pale greenish with some purple tint, well over the leaves, height up to 60 cm. A very vigorous form from Lerik, Talish, southern Azerbaijan where it grows on dry stony slopes in full sunshine or in slight shade of sparse shrubs.
10.00 EUR
 
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For me it is not easy to decide when this extreme rarity from Turkey is more beautiful - in flower or in seed. Forms short and very dense inflorescences of slightly greenish white flowers between two wide leaves. Upper flowers with a slight purplish pink shade. At fruiting racemes remain very dense. A plant of steep screes; until our expeditions, was known only from the type locality, but we came across a new locality (BATM-305, LST-200).
20.00 EUR
 
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B. paradoxa looks like a more compact version of the more widely known B. pycnantha with a more violet shade in the dull blackish purple flowers. In the wild it grows on wet meadows and thus is very easy in our northern gardens.
2.00 EUR
 
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This is a very rare species known only from the Czug pass with very unusual, slightly variable colour. The small bells are blue at the base turning reddish purple in the direction to the tips which are greenish yellow and flared after constriction.
20.00 EUR
 
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A very nice species with a large loose spike. The up-turned flowers are white but when they mature and the pedicels elongate the flowers become pendant and turn brown with a white rim. Very rarely offered.
10.00 EUR
 
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Deep purplish blue, 3-4 cm long, funnel-shaped flowers are arranged in a lax umbel of usually more than 15 flowers held on a 30-40 cm high stem. For a sunny place in a rock garden. This wild form is grown from seeds collected in Tehama Co. in California where it grows in sparse grassy meadows in heavy, clayey but gravely loam.
3.00 EUR
 
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Large colonies of this beautiful violet-purple cluster-lily colour the grassy slopes of the Columbia River Gorge. The 3 cm large upward-facing flowers have a central ring of cream-coloured staminodes and stamens. The open umbels are on 15-20 cm long stems. In nature on heavy clay soils.
8.00 EUR
 
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Forms 10 cm umbels of large dark blue-violet, funnel-shaped flowers with ascending lobes. Similar to the ubiquitous Triteleia laxa, but on much shorter scapes. From the northern Sierra Nevada, California, where it grows in red fir forest on vernally moist gravely flats at 1700m.
4.00 EUR
 
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A dwarf brodiaea from the northern Sierra Nevada in California with the flowers divided into short fat tubes and narrow, spreading lobes. The 3-6, lavender-blue, 2.5 cm large flowers are in small umbels on 15 cm scapes.
10.00 EUR
 
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Usually it forms 2 flowers per corm, which open white but soon shade to the palest pink, with contrasting yellow anthers. It has strong scent of honey. Corms shortly stoloniferous. Regarded as winter blooming, but here it blooms in spring.
8.00 EUR
 
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A nice dwarf autumn-blooming species with campanulate bright lilac-rose flowers and contrasting yellow anthers. This stock originates from E of Bozkir, Turkey and has thin stoloniferous corms.
8.00 EUR
 
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Flowers pale lilac-purple, similar to C. byzantinum, but blooms much later and with narrower, intensely coloured perianth segments. Honey scented.
2.00 EUR
 
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A new species, described in 1998 by Chris Brickell. Known from a small area of the Amanus Mountains in S. Turkey. It forms compact clusters of quite large, yet short-stemmed flowers in September with broad overlapping petals lightly chequered in pale pink-violet on whitish ground colour.
12.00 EUR
 
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This nice early-blooming colchicum was collected by me in the Kopet-dag mountains a long time ago. Flowers are white to slightly lilac shaded with slightly narrow petals, but blooms abundantly. K. Persson regards it as a synonym to C. robustum, though jolanthae has narrower leaves.
10.00 EUR
 
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110
A spring-flowering species with creamy-white flowers and a variable purplish violet stripe along the central part of the perianth segments.
16.00 EUR
 
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111
Flowering time in clones from Iran and NE Turkey are variable ranging from August to late November. Apart from that, this species is fairly variable in colour, ranging from deep pink to purest white. Its great advantage in garden is very thick perianth segments making excellent bad-weather resistance, each flower lasting for 3 weeks. The offered one has pure white flowers in early autumn (here in August-September).
10.00 EUR
 
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112
A very variable spring-flowering colchicum with small bright yellow flowers immediately after the snow has melted. This stock is collected near Mt. Chimgan, Uzbekistan.
20.00 EUR
 
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113
A rare species with magnificent pleated foliage and clusters of well-defined, deeply chequered, violet-purple flowers in early to mid autumn. The chequering varies in intensity from flower to flower and the background colour of the petals also varies from off-white to palest pink-violet. Likes a deep, fertile, well-drained soil in a sunny spot. From Crete.
12.00 EUR
 
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114
A nice autumn-flowering colchicum with purplish pink flowers and narrow petals, giving the plant a spider-like appearance. Leaves emerge in autumn, but even here very rarely get damaged by frosts. From limestone slopes in the Iberian peninsula. Very limited stock.
12.00 EUR
 
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115
This form has stoloniferous corms. For this feature it could be regarded as a different species but the name is confirmed by the Colchicum “guru”- Karin Persson. An excellent grower and increaser.
8.00 EUR
 
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116
One of the earliest blooming species (here in July) and I always suddenly realize that the Colchicum season in my greenhouse has started after a break in bulb blooming. Grown from material collected on Mount Parnassus in Greece. Forms clusters of quite large, goblet-shaped soft shell-pink flowers.
8.00 EUR
 
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117
An extreme rarity and more suited to bulb growing experts. Flowers of this species are rich pink, comparatively big, open widely, with fairly thick perianth segments (therefore long lasting). Needs good summer baking to induce flower buds. Good drainage and as much sun as possible! Better in pot culture or a frame in northern latitudes. From near Yazd in Iran.
25.00 EUR
 
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118
A rare species from Sarichinardag W from Antalya, Turkey. It is unique in having deep purple red cataphylls above the corm. There are 2-4 bright rich pink flowers made per shoot, in September. Good in a sunny spot or a medium sized pot under glass. I collected few corms under large Platanus tree at 1200m at spot from where I described Crocus flavus subsp. sarichinarensis.
15.00 EUR
 
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119
A spring-flowering species. Flowers pinkish white among narrow leaves. Prefers well-drained, sandy soils and the sun. Bulbs stoloniferous. Slowly spreads by stolons if left undisturbed. Easy.
3.00 EUR
 
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120
A superb selection of this beautiful species with huge glistening white flowers. Blooms very abundantly but here needs additional covering in winter. This is not the form usually in cultivation but an original selection from the Zigana pass.
8.00 EUR
 
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121
Flowers bright amethyst-violet with a large white centre. Originally collected in NE Turkey, not far from the Zigana pass.
6.00 EUR
 
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122
A spring-flowering species producing rather large, funnel-shaped bright pinkish lilac flowers lying almost on the ground. Hardy and one of the easiest of spring-flowering colchicums for a sunny raised bed. From the Alpes Maritimes, nr. Gréolières-les-Neiges, 1400 m (JMH-8212).
3.00 EUR
 
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From gardeners standpoint all bulbous Corydalis can be divided into two large groups: woodlanders and steppelanders. Woodland species prefer peaty soil which never dries out completely and a light shade. They must be planted as soon as possible. If tubers look overdried, we recommend you to soak them in water for several hours before planting. Eastern woodlanders from Siberia, Far East (here marked with c) are more susceptible to drying out than western woodlanders from Europe, Caucasus, Turkey (marked here by a). Corydalis solida cultivars (marked here by b), belong to same "a" group . Steppelanders or ‘bulb-belt’ species generally are sun-lovers and need dryer summer conditions (marked with d). We harvest them annually and keep out of soil in a bulb shed.
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Under this name I’m offering seedlings from the Georgian stock of this species - originally with white flowers, but since they are seedlings they are somewhat variable in colour between purest white and slightly pinkish shades.
5.00 EUR
 
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This subsp. in the wild grows very far from the typical subsp. of C. caucasica - in NW Turkey, near Lake Abant and can be easily separated from the typical form by its densely-flowered not one-sided racemes and differently shaped lower petal. Flowers are large, light purple with a nice honey scent. I got only 2 tubers of this form from a Czech collector but it perfectly grows from seed. A self-incompatible species.
12.00 EUR
 
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125
One of the most elegant corydalis with long, slender, slightly pinkish tinted white flowers with darker tips on the inner petals. Leaves finely divided, glaucous. A good grower. Our stock comes from its original collection in 1990 in SE Turkey (Gaziantep). Named in honour of Henrik Zetterlund.
7.00 EUR
 
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One of those species that have changed their names many times. Several years ago I offered it under the name C. vittae, later as C. teberdensis, but the priority belongs to the epithet C. kusnetzovii. This beautiful Caucasian species has soft creamy pinkish white flowers in dense racemes. Collected near Teberda, Caucasus.
7.00 EUR
 
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This is a Caucasian form from Kabardino-Balkaria, which differs from the typical form in having lilac shaded flowers at the top of spike. Easy, but must be planted immediately! Here naturalizes. Can be slightly variable. Now it is regarded as a yellow form of C. cava. Can't withstand staying out of soil without protection as Corydalis from group c.
3.00 EUR
 
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128
Flowers of a very delicate shape, light pinkish purple with a dark purple nose in quite loose but long spikes giving the plant a quiet charm. Easy in garden and even self-seeding. Collected near Oreanda in Crimea, Ukraine.
10.00 EUR
 
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129
Flowers beautifully bright violet-pink in lax racemes, distinctive foliage. An easy growing species but very rare in the wild. From Termessos, SW Anatolia in Turkey where it grows on moist rocky slopes.
8.00 EUR
 
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Close to C. solida, but much smaller and more compact with mallow-purple long lasting flowers. I offer a very beautiful bicoloured violet-white form of this generally not very spectacular sp. collected in Moravia, Czech Republic.
3.00 EUR
 
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131
Flowers white, slightly creamy with a golden flush, greenish in bud, big, arranged in dense racemes and very long flowering. One of the latest bulbous corydalis and undoubtedly one of the best. Entire bracts.
8.00 EUR
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Late flowering species with slightly pinkish, bluish or whitish flowers and finely dissected foliage from Avlan Gólu, S Turkey.
5.00 EUR
 
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133
Flowers bright pinkish violet with white inner petals and a white back on the front part of the upper petal thus creating a beautiful contrast. Leaves finely divided. A very abundantly flowering seedling named after my eldest granddaughter.
8.00 EUR
 
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Flowers light bluish white in very nice racemes, a midseason flowering form, selected from open pollinated seedlings of ‘White King’.
7.00 EUR
 
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135
One of the nicest varieties with soft light pink flowers and a white “mouth”. Leaves very finely dissected, flowers very abundantly and well differs from other “pinks”.
7.00 EUR
 
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One of the deepest-coloured forms of the so-called ‘Kissproof’ type. This form has a very wide deep bluish lilac edge on the white petals and a slightly lilac-tinted end of the spur.
12.00 EUR
 
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137
Flowers of a very unusual soft light creamy-pink colour in very dense, compact spikes, low growing. Found near Riga, Latvia.
5.00 EUR
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One of my latest and best selections with very large spikes densely covered with bright pink flowers with large white “mouths”. Up to 25 cm high. A second-generation seedling from the Penza strain. Very abundant flowering.
10.00 EUR
 
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139
Flowers light blue in dense, long spikes, very beautiful. One of the best selections from my open pollinated seedlings of ‘Evening Shade’.
6.00 EUR
 
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Flowers white with a touch of light pink on the petals, the spur held almost horizontal, nearly white; arranged in tall, sturdy, erect spikes.
8.00 EUR
 
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Flowers with a very bright reddish purple spur and dark purple outer petals, the inner petals very light pink, almost white. A very good contrast.
10.00 EUR
 
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142
This is an excellent very abundantly blooming seedling with straight dense spikes of light bluish shaded flowers composed on reddish tinted stems. I am trying to stop selecting new Corydalis cultivars, but this one was so special that needed a name!
10.00 EUR
 
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143
A large early flowering plant with reddish purple flowers. Of Dutch origin. According to H. Zetterlund - most possibly a hybrid with subsp. incisa in its pedigree.
2.00 EUR
 
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Flowers throughout in an unusual uniform bright pinkish lilac tint, only the underside of the lower petal is deep dark purple. Another of my “new generation” seedlings.
10.00 EUR
 
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Flowers are very light blue, somewhat similar to ‘Evening Shade’, but more compact and with darker foliage. A very beautiful selection from the Penza strain.
5.00 EUR
 
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146
Flowers with a distinctly vertically-oriented pinkish purple spur and bluish purple lower and upper petals.
10.00 EUR
 
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147
A most unusually coloured newcomer among my “new generation” seedlings with a uniformly coloured, slightly orange-tinted reddish pink spur and almost pure white lower and upper petals. A real colour break in corydalis! Nothing similar in my other hybrids!
20.00 EUR
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This is a pure solida seedling with unusually bright violet flowers, completely lacking any muddy shade quite common in violet solidas. The inner petals are white, creating a beautiful contrast.
10.00 EUR
 
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149
A selection of the so-called ‘Kissproof’ type. This hybrid has a very wide deep purple edge on the outer petals and pure white inner petals and spur.
10.00 EUR
 
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150
A very late flowering variety with bright dark red flowers. My stock is raised from a single tuber received from Chris Brickell, and it well differs from other “reds” which flower earlier and usually are of a lighter tint.
4.00 EUR
 
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151
Flowers white with a narrow blue rim at the tip of the petals and a dark “tongue” between them in dense racemes. Dark, deep green coloured foliage.
10.00 EUR
 
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152
Flowers of deep reddish purple, the outside of the lower and upper petals deeper purple, before opening almost blackish purple. The spur is light purple, slightly up-turned.
10.00 EUR
 
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153
Flowers are throughout pinkish carmine-red; only the inner petals are white resembling a delicate tongue poking through red lips.
10.00 EUR
 
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This beauty was selected by my wife Guna from my “new generation” seedlings and named in her honour. Flowers bicoloured – the spur is soft bright pink with a whitish back, the lips of the petals are light pink with a white middle part.
15.00 EUR
 
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155
This very unusual seedling of C. solida clearly shows the presence of C. paczoskii in its parentage. Makes large spikes with very contrasting whitish flowers with an upright lilac-pink spur, the outer tepals rimmed bright violet, but the tips of inner tepals blackish lilac. Very special!
15.00 EUR
 
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156
Flowers intensely carmine red in dense racemes. A new colour form among my seedlings. Foliage dark green, stems reddish tinted.
10.00 EUR
 
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157
Flowers very deep lilac pink with a light, almost white “tongue” surrounded by a lighter pink zone.
12.00 EUR
 
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Flowers pure white with almost vertically up-turned slightly pinkish tinted spur.
5.00 EUR
 
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One of the most unusual selections with really tricolored flowers – a true break in Corydalis solida breeding. The spur is light pinkish purple with a large pure white tip, the upper petal is nearly pure white with only a slight pinkish tinge, the lower petal beautifully light blue. Bracts slightly dentate, dark green with a narrow purple rim. Named after my granddaughter.
10.00 EUR
 
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Flowers soft bright lilac with a whitish tongue in nice large spikes with finely dissected leaves. This form was selected in the Gothenburg Botanic Garden.
10.00 EUR
 
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This cultivar represents a new colour form and is raised from a cross between solida and paczoskii(?). The ground colour is white but it is so intensely spotted and flushed with reddish pink that the flowers seem to be light pink.
15.00 EUR
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A very large beautiful form with more traditionally shaded pinkish lilac flowers in nice racemes selected by my Dutch friend Willem van Eeden.
5.00 EUR
 
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163
A nice addition to the ‘Kissproof’ type with beautiful purest white flowers, lips of petals are nicely, thinly rimmed dark purple. Spikes are very compact.
12.00 EUR
 
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164
A very early blooming selection from the ‘Penza’ strain with almost pure white, only very slightly bluish tinted flowers in perfect racemes.
5.00 EUR
 
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Flowers almost pure white with a light pink touch on the midrib of the upper petal at the start of flowering and slightly purple rimmed lower petals at the end.
8.00 EUR
 
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166
Flowers uniformly white with light blue shading. Stem and pedicels light bright green making a wonderful colour combination.
8.00 EUR
 
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167
A clone selected by Dr. A. Seisums from the extremely variable ‘Penza’ strain. Its main differences are the very early flowering (in comparison with other red clones that usually bloom later), stocky habit, relatively less divided leaves and bigger bright-coloured flowers. Very limited stock.
10.00 EUR
 
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Another exclusive hybrid selected from the “new generation” seedlings with throughout slightly smoky red flowers. Only the tips of the inner petals pure white surrounded by a purplish red zone.
12.00 EUR
 
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This is a sibling of ‘Falls of Nimrodel’ and ‘Gunite’ and belongs to the group of most unusual shades of bright red-pink colour never before seen in Corydalis. Flowers are bright soft pinkish red with a white inner rim on outer petals; the inner petals have a combination of white and dark purple. No similar ones are to be found.
15.00 EUR
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Flowers nice reddish purple with a lilac tint; leaves very finely dissected. A large growing selection from the ‘Penza’ strain.
6.00 EUR
 
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171
One of the real gems of my “new generation” seedlings with brilliantly slightly pinkish carmine-red flowers. One of the brightest-coloured forms drawing visitors’ attention from afar.
10.00 EUR
 
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172
This is a very large growing form with very bright light pink, slightly violet tinted flowers. Introduced from Romania and named after its collector.
5.00 EUR
 
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173
Flowers are very beautiful pinkish red, lighter in shade but much earlier than ‘George Baker’, which starts to bloom when ‘Transsylvanica’ is finishing. If planted alone, perfectly reproduces itself from seeds.
3.00 EUR
 
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174
Flowers with a very light bluish purple spur and narrowly white-striped darker bluish purple lower and upper petals.
10.00 EUR
 
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175
A very robust, large growing and early flowering form with purest cold white flowers in large racemes and finely dissected foliage.
6.00 EUR
 
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176
One of the most beautiful Corydalis from Siberia with very large bright yellow flowers. Excellent grower. This stock was collected in Kemerov distr. and is the most vigorous form in my collection.
15.00 EUR
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A very unusual species with bright purplish red flowers in early summer. Tubers rhizomatous, bright yellow. Easy in shade, but must be planted immediately! Can survive dry periods in garden but not out of soil.
2.00 EUR
 
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178
Flowers very bright sky-blue flowering very early therefore sometimes can suffer from night frosts when some protection is required but it is one of the most beautiful species so an additional care will be well rewarded. From Tomari, Sakhalin.
15.00 EUR
 
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179
A close relative of C. bracteata with bigger but fewer flowers and with stoloniferous habit. Naturally small tubers that are very prone to drying out, so plant immediately. Collected in locus classicus near Krasnoyarsk in Siberia, Russia by the Baltic expedition. Extremely rare!
8.00 EUR
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I’m glad to offer this quite recently described very nice, dwarf white-flowered species with nice silvery tinged foliage from Magadan, Far East. Introduced from the wild only in 1992. Although the growing conditions in the wild are very extreme, it is a good grower here. Exceptionally rare! Very limited stock.
20.00 EUR
 
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181
A species of unclear taxonomically position, considered by Russian botanists as C. subremota but regarded by M. Liden and H. Zetterlund as a subsp. of C. solida complex. Flowers bluish-violet, finely divided foliage. Collected in locus classicus near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia by Baltic expedition. Great rarity.
3.00 EUR
 
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It is intermediate between C. ornata and C. turtschaninovii - flowers quite late - when one finishes the other has not yet started, by the stoloniferous habit it is more close to C. turtschaninovii but by flowers and leaves – to C. ornata. An excellent addition to any Corydalis collection.
8.00 EUR
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A selection with clear bright blue flowers and a dark purple upper side of the leaf segments, which suddenly appeared amongst my seedlings. Unique among spring flowering bulbous Corydalis and always in very great demand.
8.00 EUR
 
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184
A very unusually coloured selection from this species where a very distinct violet colour of the flowers is combined with narrow and long leaf lobes. Flowers very abundantly and is very distinct. Collected in Udmurtia.
8.00 EUR
 
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A very unusual form with bright sky blue flowers in large spikes, but most unusual is its foliage - it is almost undivided, spade-like, and only shallowly dentate at the top of the lobes. Approximately 20 cm high.
8.00 EUR
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Flowers pale pink to reddish purple with a dark purple spur or entirely purple, changing to dark purplish red after fertilisation. From a stony limestone slope near the village Eikenek, in Akdag, Turkey. Needs well-drained gritty soil.
15.00 EUR
 
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187
Originally selected by Arnis Siesums from material found in Kazakhstan; this form is especially early, one of the first in fact, with lax, well-packed spikes of good-sized soft opalescent pink flowers from late January onwards. Happy outside in the garden here.
8.00 EUR
 
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188
A very early flowering species with purple and white flowers, very beautiful in the wild, here often flowers so early that suffers from spring frosts. Tubers perennial. This stock originates from Mt. Chimgan.
10.00 EUR
 
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189
This species is somewhat similar to C. ledebouriana but with more compact habit and it flowers much later with pale creamy-yellow, a bit pinkish suffused flowers with a short spur.
15.00 EUR
 
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190
Flowers of such an original combination of white and brown that bears the nickname “coffee and cream corydalis”. A somewhat variable stock because grown from seeds collected in my garden, where stocks of various origins can hybridize.
12.00 EUR
 
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191
Originally from the Ihnatchsai valley, the Pskem range, Uzbekistan this strain has foliage very deeply cut into narrow, linear leaflets and distinctive flowers of a superb, creamy pink colour. Very late flowering. Sufficiently different that it has been suggested to recognize it as a new species.
25.00 EUR
 
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192
I discovered this beautiful species in the upper reaches of the river Shing, Tajikistan. Flowers white with a blue stripe in dense spikes, one of the most floriferous. Initially was misidentified as C. glaucescens. Renamed by Magnus Liden from the Gothenburg Botanical Garden, Sweden.
10.00 EUR
 
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193
Endemic to Cyprus with small very glaucous short-stalked leaves and a dense raceme of firstly white, darker keeled flowers that soon after fertilization or at the end of flowering turn reddish purple. My stock is raised from seeds collected from a few tubers originally received from my Czech friends.
18.00 EUR
 
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194
Flowers very large, white with a long pink spur and purple nose, an excellent grower in a sunny place. Collected during my first expedition to Central Asia in 1975 in Kirgyzstan near Bishkek at 1800-2000 m on a gritty slope.
7.00 EUR
 
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195
Flowers yellow with a pink spur and a purple nose, one of the most beautiful and rarest corydalis discovered by me in Ber-Kara (Black Stream) gorge, the Kara-tau mnt. range at 1700-2000m. Easy growing. According to Henrik Zetterlund: “a plant you will never forget if you ever get a chance to see it”.
10.00 EUR
 
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196
Flowers beautifully light pink with dark reddish purple. A new name given by Magnus Liden from Gothenburg for what was used to call "C. persica" by botanists. From Nakhchivan, S Caucasus, type collection.
14.00 EUR
 
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197
An excellent species from the Middle East growing wild in Syria and Lebanon entering southernmost Turkey. It is an elegant and graceful species with flowers of the palest pink, almost white shade and dark-tipped inner petals. An excellent addition to every collection originally collected by my friend Arnis Seisums during his Syrian expedition in 2003 and carefully increased by me from seeds (ARGI-265).
15.00 EUR
 
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