Seed Scheme

Note: this scheme is normally restricted to Members of the Society, although from time to time we may offer surplus seed to a wide audience.

Seed lists are sent out with or announced in the Journal whenever fresh seed becomes available throughout the year.  The seed provided is usually from carefully pollinated plants already in members´ collections or as permitted material collected directly from habitat.

Why grow from seed?

Plants raised from seed provide the grower with a far better understanding of the richness and diversity within a species and enable collections to be enlarged and improved relatively quickly and cheaply.  Several good collections of Haworthias are in the process of being built up by members around the world, largely from seed provided via the Haworthia Society.

These collections will have the potential to ensure the continued survival and availability of the species. Conservation is integral to the Society´s philosophy and raising plants from distributed seed is an excellent conservation friendly method of helping to preserve the gene pool of these plants, some of which are becoming increasingly endangered in the wild.

Do you have spare seed?

Then contact Les our seed distributor to see how you could contribute to the scheme,

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Our latest seedlist:

Haworthia arachnoidea var. arachnoidea RK67 (OL) Sold Out
Haworthia emelyae var. comptoniana (OL) Sold Out
Haworthia emelyae var. major, GT Waterval (OL) Sold Out
Haworthia truncata, from plants in cultivation (ND) Sold Out
Haworthia pygmaea var. pygmaea Type Location, Great Brak (OL) Sold Out
Haworthia pygmaea var. argenteo-maculosa GM448 (OL) Sold Out
Haworthia pygmaea var. dekenahii (OL)
Tulista pumila (BH) from plants in cultivation
Aloe (Aloidendron) dichotoma (T&MS) Sperrgebiet Farm,10km S of Springbok, N Cape
Aloe littoralis (LP) Bullsport Farm, Naukluft, Namibia
Gasteria armstrongii x G. pillansii F2, (LP)
Gasteria baylissiana x G. armstrongii F2, (LP) Sold Out
Gasteria nitida ex Jeffrey’s Bay open pollinated (LP)
Agave parviflora (SB) from plants in cultivation
Pot luck Haworthia from Aug. list (not enough of each to list individually) Sold Out
IB06990 – H. aristata (lapis) – just NNE of Modderfontein (IB)
DMC03917 – H. bolusii – Graaff-Reinet (IB)
DMC02071 – H. bolusii – 17 km N of Graaff-Reinet (IB) Sold Out
DMC08250 – H. cooperi var. gracilis (venetia) – 2 km E of Hankey (IB)
DMC08564 – H. cooperi var. isabellae – 1.5 km W of Hankey (IB) Sold Out
IB06523 – H. cooperi var. isabellae – 2 km N of Hankey (IB)
MBB6801 – H. cooperi var. isabellae – Milton, SW of Hankey (IB) Sold Out
IB13709 – H. cooperi var. isabellae (bathylis) – Quagga (IB) Sold Out
DMC11214 – H. cooperi var. minima (cummingii) – Trefu, SES of Committees Drift (IB) Sold Out
IB13706 – H. cooperi var. picturata – Skoonuitsig, 12 km N of Patensie (IB)
MBB6892 – H. cymbiformis var. incurvula – NE of Roff’s Rock, foot of Pluto’s Vale, N of the road (IB)
MBB6587 – H. decipiens (exilis) – NW of Die Bordjie, S of Baroe (IB)
IB08929 – H. decipiens / cooperi var. viridis (pellucida) – Waaipoort, NE of Steytlerville (IB)
IB06573 – H. decipiens var. virella (delicata n.n.) – N of Kampherspoort (IB)Sold Out
EA1160 – H. decipiens var. xiphiophylla – W of Coega, NE of Port Elizabeth (IB) Sold Out
IB08520 – H. decipiens var. xiphiophylla (kammaensis n.n.) – Rietfontein, N-entrance of Grootpoort (IB)
VDV973 – H. decipiens var. xiphiophylla (flavida) – S of Darlington Dam (IB)
JDV90-022 – H. emelyae (breueri) – E of Sandkraal, 19 km N of Riversdale (IB) Sold Out
IB08728 – H. pygmaea – Duinzicht, Mossel Bay (IB) Sold Out
H. transiens – De Vlugt, Klein Plassie Rivier (IB)
Gasteria tukhelensis (selfed, probably) (RG)
Aloe hardyi (selfed, probably) (RG)

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