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Haemanthus albiflos is a rare bulb with leathery, deep green leaves producing a white paint brush-like flower head with yellow stamens.

Haemanthus amarylloides ssp. polyanthus is a beautiful pink-flowered species with red stems.

Haemanthus amarylloides ssp. polyanthus is a beautiful pink-flowered species with red stems.

Haemanthus barkerae is a cute bulb with cheerful pink flowers and two elliptic leaves with attractive mottling.

Haemanthus barkerae Grey Leaf is a cute bulb with cheerful pink flowers and two elliptic, greyish leaves with attractive mottling.

Haemanthus coccineus, known as the blood flower, blood lily or paintbrush lily, has dramatic orange-red flowers.

Haemanthus coccineus Baviaanskloof has dramatic orange-red flowers and burgundy speckling on the leaves.

Haemanthus coccineus Bulletrap has dramatic orange-red flowers and hails from a desert habitat.

Haemanthus coccineus Klawer has dramatic orange-red flowers that look like a shaving cream brush.

Haemanthus coccineus Lambert's Bay has dramatic orange-red flowers that look like a shaving cream brush.

Haemanthus crispus, the crispy-leaved paintbrush lily, has orange-red flowers rippled leaves that look like lasagna!

Haemanthus deformis has cool, prostrate, evergreen leaves that are broad and lightly rippled like fat tongues.

Haemanthus humilis ssp. hirsutus has broad tongue-shaped, vertically held leaves and white to pale pink flowers.

Haemanthus humilis Giant Form has light pink and white flowers in large heads atop huge, tongue-like foliage.

Haemanthus humilis Giant Form has light pink and white flowers in large heads atop huge, tongue-like foliage.

Haemanthus humilis Rhodes Form has beautiful deep pink flowers with copious yellow stamens and red stems.

Haemanthus montanus uniquely grows in seasonally wet habitats with creamy white umbels in summer.

Haemanthus multiflorus or blood flower produces fantastic red spheres 6-12 inches across in late summer! Like a fiery ornamental onion.

Haemanthus namaquensis is a rare southern African bulb found only in a few locations with dramatic orange-red flowers.

Haemanthus pauculifolius is a rare bulb closely related to H. albiflos with evergreen leaves and a white paint brush-like flower.

Hakonechloa are the best grasses for the shade. 'Albo Striata' is a more subtle form.

Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola' is hands down the best shade grass. No one should live without it!

Hakonechloa Fubuki is a snow storm of white variegation and texture for the shade garden.

Just like Hakonechloa 'Aureola' but 'Naomi' develops red and burgundy tints earlier and to a greater degree.

Hakonechloa 'Nicolas' is a green Japanese forest grass that develops rich summer and fall tints.