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Ceropegia linearis woodii
Stock Number: 60017
"Rosary Vine" or "String of Hearts" Thread-like vine with large "rosary bead" tubercles and small pairs of heart-leaves designed with bright silver surfaces. Dependable tried and true houseplant unless you overwater! These are usually sent as one or two starter strands, with a below surface tuber, not a full pot. ...
$7.00
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Ceropegia linearis woodii Hybrid
Stock Number: 60019
"Spade Leaved Rosary Vine" or "String of Hearts" Thread-like vine with large "rosary bead" tubercles and small pairs of heart-leaves designed with bright silver surfaces. This clone differs from the standard species by having more elongated leaves and different coloring. Most likely a hybrid, but very distinctive! &...
$7.00
Ceropegia linearis woodii Pink Edge
Stock Number: 60985
The remarkeble "Variegated Rosary Vine" with each fleshy heart shaped leaf bordered in creamy pink. Marketed as 'Lady Heart' in Asian nurseries. This is so extremely variegated as to be quite slow growing and demanding of quite specific cultural conditions: needs perfect drainage in a shallow container (orchid bark or ...
$15.00
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Cestrum aurantiacum
Stock Number: 56568
The upright "Guatemalan Jasmine" presents very ornamental somewhat upright pyramidal clusters of bronzy orange tubular blossoms, distinctly but not agressively fragrant, once achieving maturity. We find that this lance leaved species usually needs to reach some size before reliably blooming. This tends to have unpredic...
$5.50
Cestrum diurnum [album]
Stock Number: 40110
"Day Jessamine" or "Willow-lvd Jasmine" West indies shrub with clusters of greenish-white flowers, with petals bent backward, spearmint-fragrant by day; followed by even more dramatic and strikingly beautiful eggplant purple berries in abundant sprays so dense as to tip the branchlets. Demands bright light & even m...
$5.00
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Cestrum elegans smithii
Stock Number: 56569
The downy foliage is topped with thick clusters of waxy tubular dusky pink fls richly scented. The humidity of most hobby greenhouses is sufficient to deter its archenemy, spider mite. This dusky softly foliaged central Mexican form is the easiest to consistently bloom in the plantroom or on the windowsill--most of its...
$5.50
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Cestrum newellii [hyb]
Stock Number: 51919
Handsome and dramatic "Red Night Blooming Jasmine" becomes a compact dark foliaged shrub with arching woody branches terminating in congested panicles of short tubular red blossoms transforming into tight clusters of purple red berries. Needs bright light to dependably maintain its status as the showoff beauty of the g...
$7.50
Cestrum nocturnum
Stock Number: 40112
"Night Blooming Jessamine/Jasmine" Slender nightshade shrub with open sprays of greenish white creamy tubular blossoms intensely fragrant at night, followed by white berries.
$5.00
Cestrum nocturnum X diurnum Orange Peel [hyb]
Stock Number: 59210
This vigorous "Golden Night Jessamine" forms wide shrubs of attractively veined foliage topped with heads of bronzy gold fls opening from lilac buds; ever-blooming subtropical plant with fall colored foliage when grown outside in the south. Needs high light to bud in northern greenhouses. We've offered this for fifteen...
$4.75
Chamaecyparis pisifera Boulevard
Stock Number: 70106
Formerly 'squarrosa cyano-viridis.' Soft silvery-blue foliage on upright "Blue Moss Shrub." Very handsome outdoor specimen, equally popular as a bonsai or ming tree subject.
$8.00
Stock Number: 70273
Beautiful billowy soft foliaged blue grey stems tipped with frosty pale new growth,  A much larger statured shrub than 'Snow.'
$4.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera Bright Gold
Stock Number: 70099
Golden thread like arching foliage less likely to scorch in winter sun in our climate than the familiar 'Golden Mops.' A lovely fine textured wide cushion forms from the wiry arched stems cloaked with the new golden mini dreadlock leaves
$10.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera Lemon Thread
Stock Number: 70506
Elegant arching lemon-chartreuse thread foliage, some with juvenile growth; a sport of C.P. 'Squarrosa Lutea'--more elegant in habit and a paler more refined hue than the common "Golden Mops" usually planted. Takes patience to grow this to a larger size.
$8.50
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Chamaecyparis pisifera Greg's Reversion
Stock Number: 70551
Weeping green whips with clumping of the foliage in to tight masses. Robert Fincham notes this is actually C. p. squarossa 'Greg's Reversion' with no official name--selected by Greg William in Vermont. Vigorous in Ohio weather and making an interesting visual with age.
$10.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera minima Silver Lode
Stock Number: 70507
Bright white-flecked foliage very striking, especially as the reverse remains silvery; said to be a sport of 'Minima Aurea.' Rounded cushion outline remains petite enough for a trough if regularly shaped; but also quite successful in your dwarf conifer garden, adding a cool shimmery quality to complement any evergreen ...
$10.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera plumosa albopicta
Stock Number: 70143
Upright conical shrub with delicate frond-like foliage speckled white. A very reliable non-burning heirloom cultivar deserving more attention. Some Europeans list this rarely available distinguished clone as 'nana albovariegata.'
$12.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera plumosa compressa
Stock Number: 70738
Dwarf mutation of 'Sqarrosa' very densely branched compact gray green globular dwarf with golden tipped new ferny growth which should be protected from sunscald. One of the dwarfest conifers for rockery or bonsai containers.
$18.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera plumosa rogersii
Stock Number: 70108
Dwarf with soft golden-yellow feathery foliage; eventually conical. A sport of 'Plumosa Aurea' but foliage character of 'Squarrosa.' Coppery gold globe all winter. Becomes a three foot globe, given time.  The plants that we have are overgrown.
$12.00
Chamaecyparis pisifera pygmaea
Stock Number: 70142
Tiny lycopodium (spike moss) foliage bright-tipped; forms a very compact bun of thick foliage surviving exposed spots & full sun in our display beds. (But needs pampering the first several years to become established thoroughly.); much sought after by designers of though gardens and shapers of hardy evergreen mini ...
$5.25
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Chamaecyparis pisifera Snow
Stock Number: 70109
'Mikko' in Japan. Very winterburn tolerant plumosa type--pointed globe of moss-like blue-green foliage with all new growth a bright white. Avoid winter sun in warmer southern climates; always excellent in containers.
$5.25
Chamaecyparis pisifera squarrosa lutea
Stock Number: 70538
Golden-yellow extended needles in thick clusters on a relatively quick growing conifer forming an upright globe. Rich bronzy winter hues.
$8.50
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Chamaecyparis pisifera tsukumo
Stock Number: 70508
"Bonsai Cypress" Very finely textured deeply colored foliage on a lovely mini-bun shaped charmer; perfectly hardy out in the rockery, best known as a perfect bonsai candidate (known to survive a close cropping or so) and as am obliging well behaved trough subject.
$6.50
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Chamaecyparis thyoides heatherbun
Stock Number: 70219
Dwarf slow-growing cultivar with tiny needles turning rich plum purple toned mahogany by mid-winter; during growing periods a beautiful soft cushiony rounded shrublet tempting all passerbys to pet it. Will adapt to poodling cuts.
$5.50
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Chamaeranthemum venosum
Stock Number: 50009
"India Plant" is a low growing beautiful Brazilian native with leathery flat leaves with silver netting. Small stature and dramatic coloring assure its continuing popularity as a basic in any terrarium. For another similar Acanthus relative perfect also in terrariums, see Ruellia devosiana in our offerings.
$12.00
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Chasmanthium latifolium River Mist
Stock Number: 90261
 Beautiful white striped "Northern Sea Oats" add elegance to any garden; plus the arched quite ornamental seed heads are successful in dried arrangements. Once a member of the genus Uniola as its rachillas do disarticulate above the glumes. Beware of green seedlings
$12.00
Cheilanthes lanosa
Stock Number: 11573
"Hairy Lip Fern" Delightful native (from non-lime areas) w/ clumpy, much toothed & chestnut orange felted fronds thickly clustered over short-creeping rhizomes. Good in troughs. Not tolerant of fertilizer.
$6.75
Chirita sinensis Hisako [hyb]
Stock Number: 20463
Flared rosette of very succulent serrated leaves richly traced with silver, from which rise stout stems with soft lavender pouched flaring blossoms of considerable substance. Handsome Nakayama hybrid more free-flowering than species clones. Certainly one of the easiest of all houseplants, equally at home in the windows...
$4.50
Chirita Sweet Charity [hyb]
Stock Number: 20645
Very dark jade like foliage; nodding slipper blossoms. The glossy succulent leaves become quite impressively dimensional. Performs well as a windowsill houseplant.
$5.00
Chlorophytum amaniense
Stock Number: 40114
Glossy broad lance leaves, orange-rust at base form arched vase shaped rosettes; Usambara Mountain species with club-like inforescense. Nice houseplant--a much smaller stature than C. macrophyllum, with much deeper green tones. Slow growing.
$12.00
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Chlorophytum bichetii Charlotte
Stock Number: 65682
A lovely form of the "Gabon Lily" with disticious fans of arching leaf blades, each with a wide straw yellow central band. Can survive the occassional neglect as has the typical "Pongol" tuberous root mass. Larger statured than species
$18.00
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