This is one of the true gems we collected on our 2009 Kenya plant expedition. Available for the first time in 2012, we are most likely the only source in the US and possibly the world for Green Swan Flower. Its exotic turquoise-green blooms entice everyone who sees them. An African Savannah plant occasionally fed upon by Rhinos, we collected it alongside the Kenya-Uganda railway not far from the Tsavo River. The construction site of the railway bridge over the river was where the famed man-eating lions of Tsavo killed and ate 35 railroad workers in 1898. This plant has performed brilliantly in both flower beds and containers here at our nursery.