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Adenium obesum multiflorum [A. multiflorum]
Stock Number: 60502
"Impala Lily" Fat swollen trunks taper into stubby branches with spiral leaves and white funnel flowers edged crimson. A reliable and beautiful start into a collection of caudiform plants. This Adenium is usually promoted as the "Desert Rose" and will defoliate if temperatures are too chill.
$9.00
Adiantum capillus-veneris
Stock Number: 10004
Lovely "Venus Maidenhair" with short maroon stems bearing clouds of ovate-triangular pinnae; partial to lime, does well in terrariums and in any moist, cool conditions. This is the species form of the Southern Maidenhair and thus prefers (needs?) a winter rest. Not as easy as its cultivars!
$7.00
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Adiantum caudatum
Stock Number: 10007
Fountains of beautiful cascading shimmering fronds; young ferns form at the tips of each long mature frond, thus called the "Walking Maidenhair Fern"; from Old World tropics. Extremely dramatic when grown as a hanging basket subject in conditions of reliably high constant humidity levels; wonderful as a carpet for your...
$6.75
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Adiantum hispidulum
Stock Number: 10009
"Australian Maidenhair." Forked horn-like fronds emerge red pink on top of the wiry black stems. Forms an attractive slowly increasing mound. Reliable if kept evenly moist and cool; demands quite bright light and sweet soil to thrive--when you lightly lime the other Adiantums, avoid dusting this species with lime. We s...
$5.50
Aechmea calyculata X recurvata
Stock Number: 53221
Small erect cardboard urns a rich avocado green with a blush of old rose. Very xerophytic small statured Bromeliad gradually forming a tightly packed colony of compressed urns which mimic a larger Tillandsia visually; needs full light and semi-epiphytic conditions, otherwise it will never produce a bloom spike.
$15.00
Aechmea caudata albo-marginata
Stock Number: 52004
Tall impressive urns of tough leathery leaves brilliantly margined in ivory, gradually offset to form an art nouveau fantasy. Strong growing piece of drama, but needs bright light, especially to produce the soft yellow flowered inflorescence. Major specimen impact in any plant array; a must for lovers of extreme varieg...
$25.00
Aechmea chantinii amazonica
Stock Number: 52007
Massive purple blushed silver urns with wide crossbands further accented by the ornately toothed edges; red flowers. We send mature offsets packed in moss of this impressive Bromeliad.
$22.50
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Aechmea fasciata albo-marginata
Stock Number: 52010
Rather uncommon selection of the "Pink Feather Duster" (a description of the dramatic inflorescence). Wurthman's prefered form of the white-banded "Silver Urn." This remarkable beauty will be shipped in moss.
$45.00
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Aechmea fasciata medio-picta
Stock Number: 52012
An unusual sport of the "Pink Feather Duster" (a description of the dramatic inflorescence) with a bold golden central band on each of the silvery leaves. Most dramatic.
$40.00
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Aechmea Foster's Favorite Favorite
Stock Number: 52016
Sport of "Red Urn" with broad cream margins on shiny dark red-maroon glowing leaves; coral petals dramatically tipped a bright blue. We have maintained this fab creature for thirty years, and its beauty is still unrivaled. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
$25.00
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Aechmea Foster's Favorite [hyb]
Stock Number: 52015
"Red Urn" Rich glossy maroon narrow urns brilliantly display fabulous heads of coral "berries" tipped with blue blossoms. Easy "Lacquered Wine Cup" a hybrid of A. victoriana x racinae quickly forming a colony of glossy elegantly fluted urns... and why not try this as an addition to your summer urns as a dramatic jolt o...
$6.50
Aechmea fulgens discolor albo-marginata
Stock Number: 52017
"Coralberry" Beautiful open urns of glaucous green leaves with faint crossbands and showy ivory margins, purpled beneath; violet purple flowers followed by quite dramatic wide spikes of "Coralberry" fruit. Stunning rosettes of seemingly unreal laquerware, yet easy houseplants. Once not uncommon in collections, this mar...
$22.50
Aechmea gamosepala
Stock Number: 52020
"Bottlebrush Bromo" Compact, rapidly-clustering urns with erect bottlebrush spikes studded with clove-shaped reddish bracts tipped with electric magenta petals. Easy house plant for the windowsill.
$5.50
Aechmea gamosepala Lucky Stripes
Stock Number: 52273
The nearly spineless outcurved erect leaves are broadly striped bright white, wonderfully overlapping to form an upright glossy urn like rosette--beautiful with the blue petaled blossoms tightly packed on a "Bottlebrush" inflorescence; certainly a must in any collection of exceptional variegates. Always sought out by B...
$15.00
Aechmea gracilis
Stock Number: 52023
"Popcorn Plant" Short outcurving leathery stiff rosettes present short popcorn inflorescences of bright red bracts with red-violet flowers--and these are very very impressively colored. Excellent house or greenhouse subject; easy to bloom if given bright light. Price reflects its refusal to quickly offset like most oth...
$15.00
Aechmea orlandiana Bert variegata
Stock Number: 52220
Wonderful plant with central variegation on each impressive leaf. This is a bromeliad with some of the most stunning variegated foliage we have seen.
$50.00
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Aechmea orlandiana Gold Tone
Stock Number: 52216
Compact cultivar with tidy upright glossy black dotted urns stunningly margined with buttery golden lime bands accented with dark marginal teeth. Usually sent mossed. This is popular because it is far more compact and smaller statured than the other orlandiana cultivars. The rare white variegated A.O. 'Ensign' is avail...
$35.00
Aechmea pineliana miniata
Stock Number: 52032
"Bristle Cone Plant" Copper pink hued silver urn edged in maroon teeth--compact; pinecone inflorescence of red bracts over- whelming the small yellow blossoms, held aloft on stout stem. Erect urns need full sun to maintain brilliant coloration. An heirloom Bromeliad still essential in any collection for its distinctive...
$10.00
Aechmea recurvata Hybrid
Stock Number: 52118
A very bold upright hybrid with tight clustered flowers of pink green & russett; rapidly clustering / offsetting to form a soft porcupine hemisphere. Best grown with the high light of Tillandsia culture--indeed until it blooms, quite typically mistaken for a terrestial Tillandsia. Quite popular among the topiary de...
$5.75
Aechmea Red Ribbon
Stock Number: 52272
Elegant 'Foster's Favorite' type upright urns of overlapping lacquered glossy rose blushed ochre leaves with dramatic central red bands. Easy to grow despite its flamboyant color and habit. The dense red bracted spikes with red sepaed blossoms with lilac petals emerge from the depths of mature urns. An excellent choice...
$5.00
Aegopodium podagraria variegatum
Stock Number: 80018
"Bishops Weed" or "Goutweed" Creeping rootstocks quickly form a deciduous carpet of biternate (thus called "Ground Elder") short leaves edged in white; perfect choice for ground-cover or for edging. White blossoms form rigid patterns in cute umbles much beloved by butterflies. Reliably beautifully variegated low ground...
$6.00
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Aeollanthus parvifolius
Stock Number: 41088
Columns of four-ranked, felted aromatic leaves completely hide the small arching stems tipped with soft pink lipped flowers. Very beautiful "Teddy Bear Mint" forms beautiful pot plant or perfect groundcover for taller leggy succulents. Comercial source of soap oils. This plant nees the bright light and perfect drain...
$5.75
Aeonium arboreum Schwartzkopf
Stock Number: 60213
"Black Tree" Wide leaves tipped purple in flat rosettes topping thick erect trunks; golden blossoms in impressive pyramidal clusters often appear midwinter. This form has very deep maroon "Black Tree" leaves with shiny flat leaved rosettes reaching their most beautiful level mid winter--tends to rest in the heat of mid...
$7.50
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Aeonium domesticum
Stock Number: 60737
Standard "Canary Island Aeonium."  Sometimes called A. decorum or Aeonium arboreum. This is an easy grower with a flush of succulent pelted foliage all winter, then a summer rest. The thickly crouded whorled leaves overlap so tightly that many think this mimics a rose blossom. Very easy to grow with good light and...
$4.50
Aeonium Kiwi-onium [hyb]
Stock Number: 60726
Slim wiry stalks topped with congestions of wide cillate leaves with their variegated broadened tips suggesting fashion conscious nails painted lime cream--this variegation trailing on up the margin of each of the waxy dainty leaves. The beautiful colorations seems always to be especially much more bright in the cooler...
$7.00
Aeschynanthus aff longicaulis/marmorata
Stock Number: 31368
Excellent "Zebra Vine" form with cascading maroon stems ranked with pairs of brightly zoned succulent leaves, & with (often solitary) odd upright orange tubular blossoms. Tolerates lower levels of humidity than most Gesneriads. Usually sent as a generous cutting in moist moss.
$8.00
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Aeschynanthus lobbianus Variegatus
Stock Number: 20020
An "alba" selection of the popular 'Lipstick Vine" with out arched stems ranked with leathery leaves variegated white; tipped with clusters of maroon cupped calyxes from which arise the dragon blossoms.
$12.00
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Aeschynanthus radicans Curly
Stock Number: 38484
Most curious and fun plant. Typical Lipstick blooms but with reflexed leaves--thus it slightly resembles the "Hindu Rope" plant.  Must have strong light and perfect drainage to survive. Will be sent as an UNROOTED cutting in moss.  
$12.00
Aesculus flava Fort Harmar Cemetary
Stock Number: 73893
"Yellow Buckeye" seedlings from a huge grandmother buckeye in the cemetery at the annexed village of Harmar in Marietta, the oldest organized city in Ohio (1788). Even older, Fort Harmar was build in 1785. We're talkin' older than Woody Hayes. These horse chestnut cousins have smooth outer skins with no spines, and gor...
$25.00
Aesculus pavia [humilis]
Stock Number: 71571
Wonderful "Red Buckeye"--a shrubby tree with tropical appearing foliage topped in the spring with massive pyramidal panicles of showy rosy red blossoms. Prefers poor soil with shaded roots.
$15.00
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