Stock Number: 60888
Scandent African shrublet, the "Golden Garland Vine" with broad semi-succulent oval leaves, attractively serrated; tiny bright yellow flowers in astoundingly large masses mid winter in the greenhouse. Fanciers of succulents are drawn to this for its gradually expanding woody base (caudex): by the way, many succulent le...
Stock Number: 41472
Another "German Ivy" cousin; but actually a ray-flowered Asian species with angled holly like leaves somewhat elongately triangular. This attractive "Charlatan Ivy" produces showy heads of sulphur-yellow daisy flowers typically around Christmas; effectively displayed in a hanging baskets year round. Much showier blosso...
Stock Number: 68488
"Burole Kleinia" Thick upright stems topped with fleshy slim leaves at the growing tip. Collected by Herman Schwartz at the Burole Mountains in Kenya, and originally released as HBG77438; ISI2002-29. Looks like a glossy basil green S. spiculosus/cliffordianus type, but can form a swollen base in time.
Stock Number: 60598
The stout basally branching stems of the compact "Blue Ice Plant" support the elongated fat beautifully blue-dusted erect leaves on thick upright stems. Sometimes identified as Senecio mandraliscae "Blue Chalk." Much sought after by the new trendy "tropicals in the temperate garden" designers. This will punch up the co...
Stock Number: 60601
"Candystick Plant" Underground shoots emerge to form erect thick silvery-green stems with purple-green art deco patterns; red flowers can be quite a suprise. We have found that the most reliable shipping method involves a division of this stoloniferous species sent in dry perlite or moss.
Stock Number: 60603
"Succulent Nasturtium" Cluster of curiously articulated tuberous roots support wiry vines with peltate irregularly rounded leaves which show a red rim in high light. Popular mimic. Shown to best advantage when grown in a hanging basket kept away from direct sun.
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Stock Number: 60604
Elaborate several-sectioned caudiform tuberous bases send up slim stems usually toppling under the small gray leaves. A good starting point plant to see if you wish to start a collection of caudex plants for this fat daisy has no dormancy cycle, no fear of full sun or part shade, and no dilemmas over the possibly irreg...
Stock Number: 40917
Miniature-statured woody shrub with interlacing twigs bear tiny glossy green leaves in pert pairs and cute double white flowers tucked along the stems. The "Double flowered Snow Rose" much valued as the bonsai "Kochok" because with time it gradually takes on the character of aged trees. Quite a treat when in bloom.
Stock Number: 42136
Hansoti #18. Marvelous compact selection with distinctly fastigate habit and reduced leaves; lovely pink blossoms. Very vigorous selection good in a sunny window. Also successful trained as a staked standard, achieving an appearance similar to that of a staked Myrtus.
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Stock Number: 40919
Available by Propagate-to-Order. Tiny lvs margined in cream-white, typically with a tiny white central flame as well; called "Tree of a Thousand Stars" for the many small white flowers along the stems late winter. Used in many styles of bonsai as "Iro-iro-kochoki."
Stock Number: 41801
Very dwarf fastigate twiggy habit with tiny leaves; unique tiny long-tubed white semi-erect flowers with narrow pointed tips. Choice "Kyoto Snow Rose" used in mame bonsai as "Kyoto Kochoki"--this is the difficult one as needs higher humidity than its kith & kin; nonetheless, certainly the most impressive as a bonsa...
Stock Number: 49431
"Giant Purple Heart" A very broad leaved form of the traditional standby, considered somewhat hardy in the South. This new fabulous form is a great dramatic basket plant as well as a showy summertime bedding plant.
Stock Number: 50573
Recently arrived "Purple Fuzzy Heart" a tad similar to the familiar S. purpurea, but much more abbreviated, thicker leaves a lovely hazy purple green (violet purple beneath) nicely pelted; makes a compact cascading clump. Please help us find a more attractive clone name!
Stock Number: 50527
"Purple Heart" Trailing succulent stems clasped by dark purple strap leaves with cobwebby hairs; violet spiderwort flowers. This is the basic. Dead common, yet great eyecandy.
Stock Number: 50528
Heavy curved (nearly keeled) laquered leaves of rich bronzy blushed purple on short stoloniferous stems; pale violet flowers in toppling clusters. Most unusual succulent vine of unclear nomenclature, considered a native of Ecuador. Must have high light to get the best color and most compact habit--best in full sun.
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Stock Number: 58429
"Blue Purple Heart" Trailing succulent stems clasped by dark purple strap leaves with cobwebby hairs; pale violet spiderwort flowers. This appears to be the old "Grape Ape" with more blue/lilac tones in the foliage than the common "Purple Heart" below--this glaucous bluish tone is hard to locate on easily grown urn pla...
Stock Number: 88785
Very impressive "Showy Meadow Dock" (actually a perennial sunflower) with giant luscious rosettes of two foot leaves forming an anchor for nearly leafless amber stems reaching up some 5' to present clusters of lemon yellow daisies. Handsome. An impressive unique addition to the back of any perennial border.
Stock Number: 20493
Grass green foliage with purple highlights; spelling the name in reverse reveals the hybridizer of this "Mini-glox" with swooping bellflowers revealing white throats banded by lurid magenta demarking the cabbage rose scalloped flares; with age the ever thickening surface tuber supports stalks of considerable dimensions...
Stock Number: 20219
"Dutchman's Pipe" Erect stems hold stiff leaves with reddish reverse and odd yellow swollen tubular blossoms fading to parchment white. Brazilian species best grown in lite garden or Wardian case culture--never allow to go totally dormant as with the typical tuberous species, or will enter that dread territory known as...
Stock Number: 20502
Marvelous reliable Ted Bona hybrid of Sinningia eumorpha with nodding slipper-shaped impressive white flowers with a yellow blotch appearing in the tubular throat held elegantly above the oval foliage on short stems emerging from the basal bulb (which crown should not be covered). Easy to grow and to bloom.
Stock Number: 20469
Our name for an extremely vigorous Ted Bona hybrid of S. reitzii; the erect purplish woody stems produce a multitude of small rosy tubed flowers with flounced overlapping tips of magenta with deep wine-red netting. Very long lived as keeps pilling up new tubers above old ones, making this irresistable to caudex collect...
Stock Number: 20501
Beautiful compact Bona creation with wide lavender slipper flowers; attractive dark foliage with deep veins echoes its S. regina bloodlines. A wonderful plant commemorating a lovely lady.
Stock Number: 20359
From soft basal foliage mature stems (eventually as tall as three feet) bear many pendant swollen dark salmon pink flowers attractive to every passing hummingbird; seed collector Tim Ross recommends full light to encourage spring to fall bloom for this Brazillian native. Various plant friends store the (eventually) con...
Stock Number: 20260
Long arching, then cascading stems with small soft leaves and eventually terminating in wands of many petite magenta tubular blossoms--a unique Ted Bona hybrid for large hanging basket. While the leaf & stems' character is petite; however, the eventual outline of many stems is substantial.
Stock Number: 20230
Tall stems (studded with pairs of small scalloped leaves) terminate with fragrant white tubed blossoms with flared lobes. Unusual chill tolerant type grown as an outdoor plant in southern California (but tubers must be considerably below frost line in perfectly drained soil). Rather too leggy to be an attractive housep...
Stock Number: 20155
Stout upright rouge blushed stems with serrate foliage presents in groups of dramatic pale slipper shaped tubular blossoms enhanced by elaborate violet lined and lilac toned throats. A Vigorous hybrid shared by Mike Underwood.
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Stock Number: 65547
Handsome "Chinese Hellfetter" from Plant It Herbs Nursery who received it from a Chinese collection made by Robert Newman. Short wiry stems aflutter with shiny attractively mottled small saggitate leaves. Very handsome with time.
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Stock Number: 57486
"Costa Rican Chalice Vine" Smaller statured than nitida --Long whitish yellow trumpets ripen to rich buttery yellow with reddish violet stripes in bright light, usually peaking midwinter. Glossy vibrant foliage attractive all year. We thank Plant It Herbs for this distinctive "Chalice Vine" (actually a scrambling shrub...
Stock Number: 54110
Amazing selection of the "Golden Chalice Vine" with new pink to liver lilac toned foliage emerging with buttery cream margins, gradually hardening to bright ivory. Distinctively coconut/vanilla scented giant gold blossoms. Absolutely no serious collector of variegates can be without this piece of serious drama. Remarka...
Stock Number: 40922
"Golden Chalice Vine" Enormous nine inch long yellow cupped trumpet flowers with five purple lines; on stout stems--a Mexican native essential for conservatory or porch garden. Various plant friends lug a tub of this substantial shrub (vining only when so encouraged) into their winter plantrooms for an amazing stunning...