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Solanum rantonnetii Great Clorox Disaster
Stock Number: 58309
The variegated form of the Paraguayan "Blue Potato Tree" technically a strong vine, best staked as a standard, producing blue-violet flowers all year (then red berries) when grown warm; deciduous if cool in winter. Great new form of this plant in with variegated foliage and interesting flower. A tip of the hat to Baker...
$10.00
Solanum seaforthianum
Stock Number: 42230
Vigorous "Brazilian Nightshade" vine with deeply lobed lacy pinnate leaves; bright purple-blue starry flowerss followed by pea-sized red berries--performs well only if give full sun.. Check for availability before ordering as this is typically only seasonally stocked as most of our customers grow this dangerous creatur...
$5.25
Solanum [ Lycianthes] rantonnetii
Stock Number: 54579
The Paraguayan "Blue Potato Tree" technically a strong vine, best staked as a standard, producing blue-violet flowers all year (then red berries) when grown warm; deciduous if cool in winter. Totally charming plant in foliage and in flower.
$5.25
Sparmannia africana
Stock Number: 42000
Traditional "Indoor Linden" still popular as the "Zimmerlinden" because it is a survivor. Woody stems support light green attractively haired leaves; winter clusters of white flowers with puffy yellow stamens (with purple tips) which move when touched appear in great numbers. (After which you might consider that some s...
$15.00
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Spathiphyllum Domino [hyb]
Stock Number: 31476
We have various "Variegated Peace Lily" selections, but this is the most vibrantly streaked, mottled, richly colored one of all--with thick foliage tightly erect forming a compact vigorously clumping habit.
$5.00
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Spathiphyllum Gale's Green [hyb]
Stock Number: 31255
Slim glossy leaves softly muted creamy milky green; "Peace Lily" waxy white flowers/bracts wave above this eye catching but subtlely variegated foliage; very thickly clumping.
$8.50
Spathiphyllum Golden Viscount [hyb]
Stock Number: 30410
"Golden Peace Lily" Ivory bracts above the slim glossy golden ochre foliage--habit of 'Viscount,' but of far slower growth habit. Needs humidity and constant warmth to flourish--a challenge as a houseplant, but fabuous in the greenhouse.
$10.00
Spathiphyllum Hi Ho Silver [hyb]
Stock Number: 30997
Very elegant "Peace Lily" selection from Europe's 'Ceres' with each deep green glossy leaf completely covered with a network of pewter veins.  A very distinctive pattern of variegation for this tried & true houseplant. Seems to have disappeared from the trade almost before it was available.
$18.00
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Spathiphyllum Viscount [hyb]
Stock Number: 38164
Very narrow glossy leaves under one foot; small white spathes abundantly produced above like "White Sails" scented rather like mint candy (NOT so in my experience--but then I usually miss most fragrances). An heirloom hybrid valuable for its vertical habit.
$5.00
Stock Number: 81903
Densely foliaged compact dwarf shrub with rust brown stems cloaked with leathery small leaves to foil the clusters of deep pink blossoms fading to rose.  Does well in containers.
$8.00
Sprekelia formosissima
Stock Number: 51084
Formerly Amaryllis f. "Aztec Lily" or "Jacobean Lily" Flesh strap leaves; red flowers with 3 petals rolled together into a tube. Great traditional blooming bulb.
$10.50
Stachys byzantina Helene Von Stein
Stock Number: 81917
Curious "Big Ears"--slowly wide-clustering carpets of large felted silvery-gray leaves maintain bright good color even in some shade; Z 4. Sterile selection originally offered as 'Countess von Zeppelin.'
$8.00
Out of Stock
Stapelia gigantea
Stock Number: 60167
"Carrion Flower" Felted, angled stems with large balloon buts opening into yellowish starflowers lined in smokey red-brown with umber and white hairs. Flies love the penetrating odor. Sometimes sent as an ample cutting in dry perlite
$3.50
Stapelia hirsuta
Stock Number: 60168
"Hairy Starfish" Felted stems bear large pink odoriferous blossoms with dull red stripes. Namaqualand. A vigorous grower if given good light. Seems to travel best as an ample cutting in dry perlite.
$4.75
Stock Number: 83222
Attractive wide low rosettes of paddle shaped foliage from the strong arching umbrellas of silvery white flowers, sometimes blushed pink.  Valued for dry arrangements.
$6.25
Stenotaphrum secundatum variegatum
Stock Number: 40927
"St. Augustine Grass" Stoloniferous basket trailer with Art Deco blunt-tipped blades banded white presented in two-dimensional fans sequencing along the wiry stems. Vigorous. Thriving in a bright window; popular as a dramatic "spiller" in urns and windowboxes; dramatic as a carpeting "lawn" in tropical settings.
$5.00
Stephanotis floribunda
Stock Number: 40928
"Madagascar Jasmine" Beautiful clusters of waxy ivory, very fragrant tubular flowers on wiry stems; dark leathery leaves. Once considered a basic in bridal bouquets. Never allow the root zone to chill.
$10.00
Stephanotis floribunda marginata
Stock Number: 66954
The leathery leaves of this "Variegated Madagascar Jasmine" are brightly margined ivory; same richly scented tubular blossom clusters. This is a slow to establish, yet handsome plant with all the best atributes of the original Madagascar Jasmine. We sometimes need to offer this as a propagate-to-order item as usually i...
$30.00
Steudnera colocasiifolia
Stock Number: 30539
Semi-aquatic "Blue Caladium" gradually forming an erect Alocasia-like tuberous trunk topped with dusky blue-green lilypad leaves. Distinctive cousin of the Colocasia tribe, and like these cousins, if cooler temperatures prevail, will take a winter rest as a part of its agreement to be treated as if domesticated.
$18.00
Strelitzia reginae
Stock Number: 40931
"Bird of Paradise" large leathery leaves fan out to perfectly set off the exotic orange & blue flowers emerging from the green boat-shaped spathes. Strong houseplant with good lite; blooms appear with maturity. This will outlive you. Does best in full sun, but not very demanding.
$9.75
Strelitzia reginae juncea
Stock Number: 43009
mature rush like succulent petioles are leafless, thus the "Leafless Bird of Paradise"
$22.00
Streptocarpella Boysenberry Delight [hyb]
Stock Number: 20266
Soft succulent leaves foil the rosy-violet blossoms. Thick succulent stems eventually topple under the weight of the foliage, thus especially successful as a basket or urn subject--wonderful in windowboxes. And of course, a basic for lite gardners.
$4.00
Stock Number: 20265
Erect succulent shiny stems, with felted plump leaves, gradually toplle into soft mounds beneath the many petite white blossoms.
$6.00
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Strobilanthes dyeranus [dyerianus] Exotica
Stock Number: 50070
"Persian Shield" Carmine highlights on wide shimmering copper-purple to blue metallic leaves; small blue flowers. This remarkable New Guinea native must have high humidity if kept throughout the winter (and thus is a challenge as a houseplant subject). Adds drama to any planting, but seriously objects to chill.
$5.00
Strobilanthes flaccidifolius
Stock Number: 51736
Impressively statured "Vein Leaf Acanthus" with thickened veins so promnent as to be in relief. Showy plant quickly forming a showy quilted deep vertigris green filler in summer containers with wands of bluish flowers in the fall. The strongly ribbed foliage has proven to make this a successful houseplant as well..
$6.75
Strobilanthes isophyllus
Stock Number: 50071
"Bedding Conehead" Masses of beautiful showy tubular lavender-blue flowers in mid-winter on branched, compact plants with dark green spear leaves, thus known as the "Willow-Leaf Strobilanthes." A seldom offered species from India grown (unlike most of this genus) for its blossoms more than for its willowy foliage.
$6.00
Strobilanthes lactatus
Stock Number: 50072
"Brazilian Shield" Shimmering purple green leaves with highly decorative zones of silver-white; Easy, reliable houseplant. Glorious as a conservatory groundcover; very electric when paired with 'Exotica.'
$5.75
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Stromanthe sanguinea tricolor
Stock Number: 69049
Thick waxy deep jade leaves richly slashed with rouged ivory and pink tones, with grenadine reverses displayed in showy fans; tiny white flowers in red bracts. A knock out: fantastically variegated but not to be confused with Ctenanthe oppenheimiana tricolor, which achieves considerable girth in time.
$15.00
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Strophanthus speciosus
Stock Number: 41737
"Poison Rope" from Kirstenbosch; rambling shrub with whorls of leathery lance leaves; the poisonous flared-tubular scarlet spotted yellow-orange flowers, with tailed lobes, famous as a source for cardiac drugs. We suggest that you not experiment. Curious and handsome greenhouse subject, taking coolish winter conditions...
$8.75
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Sulcorebutia arenacea
Stock Number: 66077
Very deep green elongated globes with decorative ovals of tan toned spinelets ranked along the fat ribs; eventually offsets. Lovely yellow cacti blossoms. Although 'arenacea' refers to "sandy situations" best grown in a well drained mix. As sand tends to bog down soil mixes resulting in rot for most succulents.
$5.00
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