AUCTION

THE AUCTIONS WILL START ON THE 27th of JUNE AT 9 PM

WE PROPOSE, HERE, FROM TIME TO TIME, SUBJECTS THAT WE CONSIDER TO BE PARTICULARLY RARE, OFTEN, FROM OUR COLLECTION.

OUR AUCTION SYSTEM IS A LITTLE DIFFERENT FROM EBAY'S ONE. YOU CAN BID ONE EURO AT A TIME. AUTOMATIC AUCTIONS ALLOW YOU TO INDICATE THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT YOU DON'T WANT TO EXCEED, BUT IF, FOR EXAMPLE, YOU PUT 100 EUROS IN AN AUTOMATIC AUCTION AND THE HIGHEST BIDDER PUTS IN 50 EUROS, AT THE END OF THE AUCTION YOU WILL ALSO WIN IT AT 50 EUROS, NO MORE. IT'S UP TO YOU AND GOOD LUCK :)

IF AT SOME POINT YOU ARE LOST AND DON'T KNOW WHERE YOU ARE, CLICK ON YOUR LOGIN NAME, AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE, UNDER THE SHOPPING CART AND, GO TO "AUCTION DETAILS".

IN AUCTION SITUATION, FIRST PICTURE SHOW EXACTLY THE SENDING PLANT Auteur : Marloth & A. Berger 1905 Famille : Aloaceae Habitat : Western Cape 6 years old sedling. About 4/5 cm with 5/6 leaves Probably the rarest South African Aloe. THE LAST ONE AVAILABLE plants come from seeds WARNING, paypal payments generate additional charges while...
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ALOE pearsonii

Family : Aloaceae Habitat : South Africa Nice and rare specie from the Richterveld. Yellow flowers form Cutting without roots about 15 cm IN THE AUCTION SITUATION, FIRST AND SECOND PICTURES ARE EXACTLY THE PLANT YOU'LL RECEIVED. THE LAST PIC SHOWS THE MOTHER'S PLANT OUR PLANTS ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE CONSULT OUR...
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ALOE pillansii

IN THE AUCTION SITUATION, the 2 FIRST PICTURES ARE EXACTLY THE PLANT YOU'LL RECEIVED One of the rarest South African ALoe 6 years old seedling. About 10 cm. Leaves diameter : 10 cm.
Author : (Schönland) G.D.Rowley Family : Portulacaceae Habitat : South Africa Avonia alstonii is a dwarf perennial caudiciform plant with a buried turnip-like caudex, topped with myriads of silvery-white stems, low to the ground. The flowers are white and are the largest in the Avonia section. It is considered the most spectacular of all Avonias. IN...
Author : (E.Mey. ex Fenzl) G.D.Rowley Family : Portulacaceae Habitat : South Africa Avonia quinaria is a dwarf perennial caudiciform plant with a buried turnip-like caudex, topped with myriads of silvery-white stems, low to the ground. The flowers are pink and are the largest in the Avonia section. It is considered the most spectacular of all Avonias....
Author : Choux Family : Didiereaceae Habitat : Madagascar Very spiny species with zig-zag stems. Must have Here we propose a SEEDLING, which is extremely rare for this plant. It is 3 years old and measures more than 30 cm. from branch's extremities. IN THE AUCTION SITUATION, the 3 FIRST PICTURES ARE EXACTLY THE PLANT YOU'LL RECEIVED OUR PLANTS OUR...
IN AUCTION SITUATION, FIRST 3 PICTURES SHOW EXACTLY THE PLANT Auteur : Isaac Bayley Balfour 1882 Family : Cucurbitaceae Habitat : Soqotra Island The only and exceptionnal cucurbit tree that is nearly extinct on the Soqotra island 25 cm seedling Caudex 5 cm at the base and more than 10 years in cultivation
Author : N.E.Br. Family : Euphorbiaceae Habitat : South Africa Euphorbia pubiglans is a stout succulent herbs similar in habit to to Euphorbia bupleurifolia but branching to form a rounded or conical shrub to about 30 cm tall. It can be distinguished from the latter by its taller habit, its persistent peduncles and the bracts which surround the...
Author : Family : Urticaceae Habitat : REUNION ISLAND IN AUCTION SITUATION, PICTURES SHOW THE PLANT 30 cm seedling with very nice caudex (5 cm at the base) OUR PLANTS OUR ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE CONSULT OUR CONDITIONS OF SALE BECAUSE NO GUARANTEE IS GIVEN REGARDING THEIR RETURN. THEY ALSO TRAVEL AT YOUR OWN RISK, THE CARRIER...
Author: Humbert Family: Pedaliaceae Habitat: Madagascar Uncarina stellulifera is a succulent shrub. Its swollen branches form a dense crown above the trunk. The leaves are lobed, oval-triangular in shape and covered with white hairs. Its remarkable flowers are solitary or in pairs. They have a long corolla with a whitish-pink tube, crimson-red...
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