You can win one of 10 of these collections, worth £20 each.
They come with full cultural directions from the family firm of Dibleys Nurseries at Llanelidan, near Ruthin, in North Wales, winner of 100-plus gold medals at Chelsea and other top shows.
The Bizarre Beauties are:
Alsobia dianthiflora, velvety leaves and pure white, fringed flowers on small plants which send out runners and quickly spread.
Nematanthus Christmas Holly, known as the clog plant for its pouch-shaped blooms which are bright red.
Begonia Escargot, a foliage plant with swirled leaves of olive green and silver, up to 30cm (1ft) long.
Begonia Flo Belle Moseley, long purplish leaves like angels’ wings, spotted pink, and rich rose-pink blooms.
Impatiens niamniamensis, nicknamed the parrot plant for its beak-shaped red and yellow flowers.
Codonatanthus Tambourine, a trailing plant with pink flowers shading to cream.
To enter the competition, answer this question: What colour are the flowers of Alsobia dianthiflora?
Email your answer – including your name and address – to:
For more details of the Bizarre Beauties and the full range of Dibleys’ houseplants go to www.dibleys.com