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Amsonia hubrichtii
Stock Number: 83087
Rare "Narrow Leaf Bluestar" species with narrow needle leaves on erect wirestems; starry blue blossoms in showy clusters appear quite early on. Entire plant turns a brilliant bright yellow in early fall, creating quite a visual display as its last seasonal hurrah.
$5.25
Anacampseros rufescens [arachnoides]
Stock Number: 60512
"Good Luck Plant" Mat of spiral rosettes of purplish-brown fat-angled leaves with white cobwebbing in the axils, over odd thickened bulb-like root; beautiful magenta-pink "Rose Moss" type flowers are produced if given full sun.
$6.50
Anamea Scorpio [hyb]
Stock Number: 52045
Endlessly popular "Miniature Pineapple." Arched rosettes of very decorative stiff foliage from which emerge stout short stalks topped with a highly decorative inflorescence resembling a miniature pineapple (Ananas being part of this most famous Ed Hummel intergeneric hybrid bromeliad). In time an entire highly "modern ...
$8.00
Anchomanes difformis
Stock Number: 31238
Amazing African cousin of the "Voo Doo" tribe with wildlike leaflets {pinnatisect} crazily perched on the prickly stalk spotted magenta arising from substantial bulb (has dormancy cycle); blackish spadix pulpit spotted purple with a pale jack inside. Difficult to ship when in leaf.
$35.00
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Anemone vitifolia robustissima [hort]
Stock Number: 80044
"Grapeleaf Anemone" Vigorous perennial elevating soft pink saucer-shaped flowers (sepals) on slim stems over the jagged foliage from September thru October. Now more properly Anemone tomentosa robustissima. A stunning show of masses of elegant billowy pink fall flowers Seems to perform best here in gravel laden moist s...
$6.50
Anisodontea Elegant Lady
Stock Number: 49457
Wine veined magenta Hibiscus blossoms, everblooming if given full sun and good fertilizer, along the upright maroon toned stems cloaked with attractive deeply fringered foliage. Most attractive in containters.
$6.50
Anthericum fruticosum
Stock Number: 65573
Easily grown caudiform: from swollen surface roots arises a thick succulent trunk topped with a crown of fat strap leaves (not unlike a Dracaena experiencing a bad hair day); finally ending with slim wands of white starflowers. Eventually quite impressive; very long lived, becoming a handsome member of your caudiform p...
$10.00
Anthurium aemulum [heterophyllum]
Stock Number: 30121
"Finger Leaf Plant" An easy climber with dark green fleshy palmate leaves and cute mini green spathe flowers; equally effective weaving itself among other plants or densely clambering a wire support or mossed pole as an attractive ring of green sci-fi rootlets emerge from each leaf node. Easy houseplant
$8.50
Anthurium lanceolatum [hort]
Stock Number: 30463
Florida clone with appearance of a large A. scandens: shaggy upright stems with small slim leathery leaves; undistinguished green-spathed inflorescenceorescence followed by attractive pearly clusters of fruit. Of easy culture, this modest winner is now marketed as the "Mother of Pearl" vine because the berries are so a...
$8.00
Anthurium Mickey Mouse [hyb]
Stock Number: 30125
Dwarf hybrid with delightful shinny scarlet blossoms flared out into ear-like lobes tinted greenish; clumping habit. Difficult to bloom.
$15.00
Aptenia cordifolia major variegata
Stock Number: 68472
Succulent chrystaline embedded surfaces on fleshy leaf pairs strickingly margined ivory on fleshy cascading stems with showy clusters of rich maroon red flowers; "The Giant Sun Rose" needs full light, adequate light, and constant warmth to reach its full potential.
$7.00
Aptenia lancifolia
Stock Number: 60195
Succulent "Ice Plant" mat with many rose red rayed blossoms. Famous as "Hearts & Flowers" always popular in summer outdoor plantings of tubs, urns, and windowboxes, perfect in a succulent wreath.
$4.75
Aptenia Species White Flower
Stock Number: 60969
Curious deeply and dramatically cascading vine with white starry blossoms produced with great abandon. May be a Delosperma species--still in debate. A popular favorite among hobbyists for outdoor summer urns and windowboxes when the design demands a reliable rapidly cascading accent plant--that is, a dependable "spille...
$4.00
Aralia spinosa
Stock Number: 89170
North American "Hercules' Club" named for the stout spiny short trunks bearing the lacy foliage & huge panicles of white blossoms (which have the same outline as the impressive inflorescence of Fatsias). Gives an immediate tropical effect to a temperate zone garden. Cheapest way to quickly create a very big effect....
$18.00
Aristolochia grandiflora
Stock Number: 66719
The Jamaican "Pelican Flower" vine with large "bent pipe" shaped flowers veined & dappled chocolate purple, accented with a long tail--some find the greyish netted flowers' scent to be rather foul. While always a remarkable drama in any greenhouse; some customers report success letting this become the attractive &a...
$15.00
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Aristolochia trilobata
Stock Number: 59233
"Swallowtail Pipes" Leathery three lobed rounded batwing shaped leaves with pale ochre veins--beloved by Swallowtail Butterflies. Upfacing pale tubular flowers with bizarre reddish mahogany twisting tails. Easy to grow vine (indeed, as easy to grow as any Philodendron!) with sturdy foliage so attractive it need never b...
$18.00
Armeria maritima alba
Stock Number: 80061
Bright white globes of flowers on short stems over the tidy mounds of narrow leaves. Selection of "Sea Thrift perfect in trough designs or in the rockgarden. Needs Sandy soil and full sun to flourish.
$5.00
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Armeria maritima rubrifolia
Stock Number: 88791
Impressive "Purple Thrift" with dark burgundy foliage (in full sun & skree) topped with deep pink flower heads. A most distinctive reddish purple tuffet for your trough or rock garden.
$5.75
Armeria Nifty Thrifty
Stock Number: 80060
A true gem for rockery or trough: the cute rosy red globes of "Thrift" blossoms resemble mini lollipops over the stiff tiny needle like leaves--each margined bright cream--packed tightly in ever increasing dense hemispheres. Too, too, cute. But remember not to coddle this gem as it needs very bright light in an exposed...
$10.00
Armeria pseudoarmeria Joystick Red Tones
Stock Number: 80062
Compact grassy tuffets topped with spherical clusters of red blushed "Thrift" blossoms on long enough stems to work as a cut flower; but most valuable as a showy addition to the rockery, the larger trough or pathway liner. Prefers sweet soil.
$5.75
Artemisia absinthium
Stock Number: 81196
Extremely hardy shrublike "Wormwood" grown for its major froth of silvery lacy foliage (must have sunny spot) and spines of yellow flowers as well as for its base of the famous liqueor.
$5.75
Artemisia lactiflora Orientale Limelight
Stock Number: 80070
Golden Ivory & emerald splashed fringed leaves closely packed on upright stems terminating in conical heads of tiny white blossoms to add even more decorative interest to an already beautiful perennial. PPAF. By midsummer this gives a shimmery lime tone to the border when viewed from a distance.
$5.75
Arthrostemma ciliatum [Fragile]
Stock Number: 41001
"Everblooming Lavender" Clear cheerful reddish-pink buds open to magenta blossoms freely produced on arching square stemmed shrublet; softly-haired leaves turn rust-red & purple in high light. Must have moist soil. A fast growing easily grown cousin of the "Princess Trees" perfect for a large urn, as well as the wi...
$4.75
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Arthrostemma species White Wings
Stock Number: 54557
Vigorous four sided stems arch under the lush veined foliages and terminal sprays of bright fluttery white flowers mostly produced during the winter months. Easy. Species still undetermined.
$4.75
Arundo donax variegata [versicolor]
Stock Number: 80076
Variegated form of "Giant Reed": clumps of stout tall stems with ranks of long leaf spears striped white-cream make this the most impressive dramatic giant grass which is reliably winter hardy here. The have traditionally been fashioned into mouth pieces for bagpipes & clarinets.
$12.00
Asarum splendens Quick Silver
Stock Number: 82446
This clone has extra silver in a mature form. "Chinese Wild Ginger" Dark leathery heart leaves with beautiful mottled pewter patterns over slowly creeping rhyzomes forming a carpet of great beauty.  Evergreen (when not in exposed site) even in our Z6.
$8.00
Asclepias curassavica Red Selection
Stock Number: 54584
Much sought-after tropical "Red Butterfly Bloodflower" can be constantly in bloom if given full light; the center is dark orange accenting the red. Can even be kept in bloom in a sunny south window in Colorado in the middle of winter according to our customers. While the perennial cousins have a limited bloom period ou...
$4.75
Asclepias [gomphocarpus] physocarpa
Stock Number: 66777
inflorescence "Hairy Ball" podded "Bladder Fruit" whose slim stems and willowy leaves are topped with creamy white flower clusters (beloved by butterflies) followed by big sea urchin shaped pods. South African easily reaching 6' in one summer. If you are of a somewhat more delicately evolved personality, please call th...
$5.25
Stock Number: 42259
Usually called smilax or "Bridal Creeper" (really!) as the wiry stems hold their bright glossy waxy leaflets as long as to be perfect greens for any bouquet or floral arrangement.  None the less, an excellent cheerful pot plant for your windowsill.  For a large listing of "Asparagus Ferns" please refer to the...
$8.00
Aspidistra elatior
Stock Number: 40051
"Cast Iron Plant" or "Barbershop Plant" so called because the upflung dark leather lance leaves tolerate poor conditions. In time produces weird soil-level flowers with eight purple-ridged petals:thus explaining the name: "aspidistra" means "little shield." This species produces solitary green leaves--although many con...
$5.50
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