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Author Topic: Bulbseeds from Lebanon  (Read 789 times)

Milan H.

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Bulbseeds from Lebanon
« on: November 14, 2019, 09:38:23 AM »
Dear friends,

I am sending you (and also to your friends) an exceptional offer
of several species from the Lebanese mountains. It Is possible that this offer
will not be repeated for a long time due to the complicated security situation
in Lebanon. Please send orders to HornatMilan@gmail.com

I accept PayPal payment.

Best regards,
Milan Hornát.


Aubrieta libanotica (Brassicaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Tannourine, 1732 m
Low bunches of silver rosettes. Inflorescence is dark purple and rich. Vertical limestone rock walls in the half-shadow or in the sunligth.
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
2,50 Euro / 70 seeds

Bellevalia hermonis (Hyacinthaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Bscharreh, 1804 m
Small solitary plants. Inflorescence of blue-white flowers. Leaves are wide, flat rosette.
Cultivation : dry and very well drained place, required dry period in summer. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : VI-IX
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
3,00 Euro / 30 seeds

Bellevalia nivalis (Hyacinthaceae) 
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Ehmej, 1721 m
Small solitary plants. Inflorescence of blue-white flowers. Narrow twisted leaves.
Cultivation : dry and very well drained place, required dry period in summer. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : VI-IX
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
3,00 Euro / 30 seeds

Colchicum decaisnei (Colchicaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Mchati, 1506 m
Cultivation: Dry semi shade place, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : V-VIII
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
2,00 Euro / 20 seeds

Iris sofarana subsp. kasruwana (Iridaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, 1702 m
Miniature plants, huge flowers.
Cultivation : dry sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH : neutral – alkaline. Sowing : VI-IX
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
6,00 Euro / 10 seeds

Puschkinia scilloides var. libanotica (Hyacinthaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Miel, 2049 m
Cultivation : Places without direct sun. Soil pH : neutral-alkaline. Sowing : VI-IX
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
3,00 Euro / 30 seeds
Your plants grow in zone 5 to 6, we have very cold winters and relatively humid, it's hard to stand here! :-)

Milan H.

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Re: Bulbseeds from Lebanon - UPDATE (rare Crassulaceae)
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2019, 05:42:30 PM »
Aubrieta libanotica (Brassicaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Tannourine, 1732 m
Low bunches of silver rosettes. Inflorescence is dark purple and rich. Vertical limestone rock walls in the half-shadow or in the sunligth.
Cultivation: sunny place, poor rocky soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: II-IV
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
2,50 Euro / 70 seeds

Bellevalia hermonis (Hyacinthaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Bscharreh, 1804 m
Small solitary plants. Inflorescence of blue-white flowers. Leaves are wide, flat rosette.
Cultivation: dry and very well drained place, required dry period in summer. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing : VI-IX
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
3,00 Euro / 30 seeds

Bellevalia nivalis (Hyacinthaceae) 
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Ehmej, 1721 m
Small solitary plants. Inflorescence of blue-white flowers. Narrow twisted leaves.
Cultivation: dry and very well drained place, required dry period in summer. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: VI-IX
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
3,00 Euro / 30 seeds

Colchicum decaisnei (Colchicaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Mchati, 1506 m
Cultivation: Dry semi shade place, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: V-VIII
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
2,00 Euro / 20 seeds

Iris sofarana subsp. kasruwana (Iridaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, 1702 m
Miniature plants, huge flowers.
Cultivation: dry sunny place, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral – alkaline. Sowing: VI-IX
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
6,00 Euro / 10 seeds

Orostachys aggregata (Crassulaceae)
Japan, Hokkaidō, Hidaka Mountains, Cape Erimo
Cultivation: sunny position, very good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 4
3,00 Euro / 50 seeds
very limited quantity

Orostachys furusei (Crassulaceae) – really furusei!!!
Russia, Sakhalin, Aniva bay, cliffs near Novikovo village, 5 m
Cultivation: sunny position, very good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 3
3,00 Euro / 50 seeds
very limited quantity


Orostachys japonica (Crassulaceae) – silver continental hardy form
China, Jilin province, near Yanji, unnamed mountain in Forest Park
Cultivation: sunny position, very good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 4
3,00 Euro / 50 seeds
very limited quantity

Puschkinia scilloides var. libanotica (Hyacinthaceae)
Lebanon, Mount Lebanon, near Miel, 2049 m
Cultivation: places without direct sun. Soil pH: neutral-alkaline. Sowing: VI-IX
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7
3,00 Euro / 30 seeds

Rosularia persica (Crassulaceae)
Iran, Elborz Mountains, near Polur, 2590 m
Cultivation: places without direct sun, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral-acid. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 4 - 5
3,00 Euro / 50 seeds

Rosularia platyphylla (Crassulaceae)
China, Borohoro Shan, Houxia, 2800 m
Cultivation: places without direct sun, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral-acid. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 3
2,00 Euro / 50 seeds

Rosularia spec. (little silver rosettes) (Crassulaceae)
Turkey, Ak Dag, 1800 m
Cultivation: places without direct sun, poor stony soil, good drainage. Soil pH: neutral-acid. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 5
2,00 Euro / 50 seeds

Sempervivum cf. caucasicum var. glacile (Crassulaceae)
Russia, Great Caucasus,  valley rivers of Adyl Su, 2000 m
Cultivation: sunny position, very good drainage. Soil pH: acid – neutral. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 4
2,00 Euro / 50 seeds

Sempervivum pittonii (Crassulaceae)
Austria, Seckauer Tauern, Gülsen, 615 m
Cultivation: sunny position, very good drainage. Soil pH: neutral. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 4
2,00 Euro / 50 seeds

Sempervivum ruthenicum (Crassulaceae)
Ukraine, Medobory Mountains, Ostra Gora, near village Vikno, 205 m
Cultivation: sunny position, very good drainage. Soil pH: neutral - alkaline. Sowing: XI-IV
USDA Hardines Zone: 4
3,00 Euro / 50 seeds
Your plants grow in zone 5 to 6, we have very cold winters and relatively humid, it's hard to stand here! :-)

 


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