Rose-pink outer petals with white inners protruding from the 'hearts'.
Long, arching sprays of white 'bleeding heart' flowers.
The edelweiss; low mats of grey-green leaves and heads of soft, felty bracts.
Felty grey edelweiss flowers on short stems over grey-green leaves.
Finely divided bronze foliage with black and red button-like flower heads.
Half a dozen white flowers tipped with green; vigorous, large-flowered variety.
Spring snowflake. Six-petalled white, hanging flowers with green or yellow tips.
A creeping subshrub with glossy leaves and fragrant white flowers.
Evergreen ericaceous shrub with long, hanging racemes of white flowers.
Hybrid of four species with a succession of flowers over a very long period.
Dark green rosettes and rich carmine flowers.
Cultivated strain retaining normal wild colour, pale pink with deep pink stripe.
Evergreen rosettes and many-flowered stems in a range of bright colours.
Peachy, red-veined flowers; the easiest Lewisia outside.
Upright spikes of mauve feathery flowers.
Spikes of white flower heads in mid-summer; grassy, pale-green foliage.
Spiky clump of tough, grassy leaves and clusters of large white flowers.
Several clusters of white flowers on each stem, with stiff, grassy leaves.
Loose sprays of white flowers above fans of stiff, bronze leaves.
Spikes of orange-yellow flowers above dark brown leaves, maroon underneath.
Conical spike of narrow-petalled yellow flowers.
Round basal leaves and daisy flowers, probably yellow.
Large round leaves and spires of bright yellow daisies.
Large, fragrant pure white flowers.
Lots of large Turk's-cap flowers with many extra petals, orange spotted black.
Slightly nodding, bowl-shaped pink flowers with a purple flush.
20 to 30 purplish pink, hanging Turk's-cap flowers with maroon spots.
Small (4 cm) pure white, Turk's cap flowers.
Turk's-cap lily with pink-purple flowers heavily spotted with dark red.
Tall lily with orange-red, heavily spotted flowers.
Very fragrant, large white flowers flushed purple outside.
Flared trumpet flowers, pure white in this variety.
Dwarf evergreen with funnel-shaped bright yellow flowers.
Woody perennial with yellow, open, funnel-shaped flowers.
Evergreen perennial with strap shaped leaves and bright violet mauve flowers.
Spikes of deep purple flowers emerge above sharply pointed thin leaves.
Trailing evergreen mat with brilliant blue flowers.
A low shrubby species of the honeysuckle family, not yet identified.
Tree lupin, with fragrant, yellow pea flowers.
A robust lupin with dense spikes of creamy white flowers.
Clusters of rosy purple flowers over deep green foliage.
Heads of many small white flowers, like a snowball.
Open, saucer-shaped, rose-red flowers and grey, hairy leaves.
Pure white flowers and hairy, soft leaves.
Skunk cabbage. Large, shiny green leaves with bright yellow spathes.
Attractive grey, white-veined leaves; spikes of deep pink, red-veined flowers.
Copper brown foliage with spikes of bright yellow flowers.
Attractive grey, white-veined leaves; spikes of pale pink, red-veined flowers.