These plants produce long, tubular flowers, ranging in colour from rose, scarlet and blue to violet.
This small but showy plant is often known as the hot-water plant.
The genus originates in southern Africa.
This is a large genus of about 700 species of perennial.
This very large genus of bulbs (more than 700 species) has a deservedly popular place in hardy borders.
This is a genus of just one species of autumn-flowering, deciduous, perennial bulbs.
Bulb, refers to plants that have a root system that can withstand long periods of drought.
This is a genus of about 120 species.
The genus contains 26 species of mainly spring-flowering, tuberous perennials found in partially shady locations.
The autumn months bring a deluge of dry bulbs into garden centres and stores.
Some late-flowering bulbs need a walls warmth and protection as to help them produce their best flowers despite the seasonal cold.
Autumn-flowering nerines and hedychiums bring welcome colour into our lives.
Autumn borders are an absolute delight, with exotic dahlias and cannas vying for attention with strident colours and bold foliage.
Both autumn grasslands and woodlands can be rich with flowers.
The genus was named in honour of Michel Bégon (1638–1710), a French botanist and governor of French Canada.