Stock Number: 53266
A natural hybrid recently described by Werner Rauh. Very attractive silvery-gray felted succulent leaves are rigidly clasped onto an upright nearly woody stem. We thank Ann Harris for providing all of us with a great new Bromeliad named for her husband.
Stock Number: 52170
"Blushing Bride" Clustering silver-scaled & haired air plant blushing completely rouge when ready to open its blue blossoms; the basal offsets of this "Sky Plant" eventually form a sphere. Easy as long as you are not tempted to pot this terminally cute epiphyte; loves a good misting if not in the humidity of a greenhou...
Stock Number: 53269
"Wiskbroom Air Plant" Many compact rushlike leaves held in a upright rosette; the coppery deep green leaves of this selection from Ann Harris reach 12"; the bracts of the inflorescence are bright red, the petals bluish purple.
Stock Number: 53270
Dainty small species with many threadlike leaves, each covered with glittery silver scales, forming a dense feathery rosette from which peep violet flower petals. Different forms share this name. Mount on wood and mist regularly. We send divisions in dry moss--but do not advise you keep this in the moss. Do not pot thi...
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Stock Number: 52172
"Spanish Moss" Silvery-gray threaded masses of tiny plantlets in dramatic garland famous in subtropical and tropical America for their eventual effect on draped trees; yet the perfect houseplant for compulsive mister-ers. Not collected--this is a bright silvery clone from Guatamala (and thus not needing the chill winte...
Stock Number: 40938
"Piggy Back Plant" Fresh green, hairy, lobed leaves (sometimes with richly yellow-flecked surfaces) grow plantlets on the tops of the leaf base. Likes a cool spot with good humidity to form a richly textured carpet.
Stock Number: 41799
Zoned leaves liberally splashed with pink, ivory & chartreuse; weird bisque red knotweed flower wands in fall. This showy hardy (yet tropical appearing) perennial is now more accurately in the genus Persicaria as is the chevron-less T. virginiana.
Stock Number: 81612
Seldom seen "Variegated Buckwheat" with showy leaves richly marbled and slashed with cream--lacks the chocolate chevrons of the better known 'Painter's Palette.' Botanists now have declared this to be Polygonum or Persicaria filliformis.
Stock Number: 40939
"Gold Heart Korean Jasmine" Shrubby vines with creamy gold centered leathery leaves with red tinted edges and scented ivory flower clusters fading to sulphur yellow in late winter. Originally Rhynchospermum divaricatum. (This information will NOT be on any plant quiz.)
Stock Number: 40946
"Variegated Star Jasmine" or "Mottled Confederate Jasmine" Frilled, lobed, fragrant flowers of pure white; oval waxy leaves variegated yellow cream and slate green. Showy and of easy culture.
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Stock Number: 50538
Attractive species with wide felted foliage down-cupped of pink-purple. Seasonally will spring forth with a misty froth of tiny mauve blossoms which suggest this may possibly be a selection of Tradescantia crassifolia.
Stock Number: 58428
"Tahitian Bridal Veil" from Jamaica with tiny leaves and wee white flowers forming a lacy froth of foliage. This grows well in practically any environment given strong light and even humidity.
Stock Number: 58306
Very tidy multiheaded mounds of fleshy thickly overlapping blond hued foliage--each with its distinct stripes of amethyst and champagned green--accented beautifully by the violet blushed underleaf.. Yet another entry into the "Moses in the Bullrushes" tribe--and one of considerable beauty and presence. The habit is lar...
Stock Number: 50572
Very tidy multiheaded mounds of fleshy thickly overlapping foliage--each short thick leaf is irregularly striped a beautfiul golden ochre to pastel lime, lovely with the purple blushed underleaf; NOT the pinkish cream striped cultivar. Slow growing and very sensitive to chill.
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Stock Number: 50524
Horticultural name remains Rhoes spathacea nana variegata. Bright pink and grapestained cream stripes on the short somewhat succulent leaves, hued pinkish purple beneath, which are tightly packed on short stout stems, quickly offsetting to form a colorful hemisphere. Easy short mounded houseplant as long as never expos...
Stock Number: 50523
Tight multi-headed mounds of stiff short fleshy leaves blushed pinkish purple beneath, in tight whorls obscuring the stout stems. A popular selection for Fairy Gardens designs.
Stock Number: 50537
"Giant White Inch Plant" Beautiful white-striped leaves closely packed on succulent stems which form new stalks from a common rootstalk, unlike most of this genus.
Stock Number: 80440
Dark purple-flowered "Spiderwort." Distinctively compact mound of glaucous violet-green foliage; reflowers easily if planted in a moist full sun situation.
Stock Number: 80572
"Blue & Gold Spiderwort" Grassy golden leaves (shading to bright lime if planted in shade) on succulent stalks; deep pure blue flowers opening early each morning.
Stock Number: 50539
"Flowering Inch Plant" Emerald green succulent pelted leaves, purple beneath, thickly ranked on short thick stems sheathed with purple-sepaled flowers of white tipped pink. Some authorities now suggest this may more correctly be T. cerinthoides. As well they might. This makes a good windowsill plant as well as summerti...
Stock Number: 61723
Now mostly marked as "Blushing Bride." Charming short vine with white variegated central petiole and leaf which emerge pink and fade to white. Great variegated pot plant with best coloring during the cooler periods of the seasons; most likely will prove to be winter hardy in the deep south, and has so been marketed. Pr...
Stock Number: 50542
"Golden Inch Plant" Cascades of bright chartreuse leaves on cascading stems displayed to advantage as a golden addition to windowboxes and hanging baskets. Forms marvelous groundcover--try in as a low surface of glossy lemon ochre under your bed of Impatiens or purple leaved Dahlias to shake up the visuals a bit.
Stock Number: 50543
"Rainbow Inch Plant" Small leaves lavishly variegated white & fuchsia with pinkish-blue overtones; remove reversions immediately. Needs good light saturation to maintain this level of rich variegation; perfect in windowboxes, small baskets. Sometimes confused in the trade with the much more petite Callisia repens v...
Stock Number: 50546
"Speedy Henry" Glossy green & white striped foliage; excellent subject for hanging baskets, for groundcover; try outdoors as a easy quick summertime groundcover. Even though this should be simply dead common, amazing numbers of orders arrive for this every year. Cheap, easy, flashy: these sterling values never fail...
Stock Number: 53149
"Mexican Chain Plant" Succulent tumbling stems are clasped by succulent waxy graygreen leaves resembling medieval armor. With sufficient light will suprise with lilac blushed spiderwort blossoms. Needs moving air and strong light.
Stock Number: 50548
"White Velvet" or Gossamer Plant" leaves heavily pelted with white silky gossamer wool; showy magenta-lavender flowers; best if severly pruned seasonally--reduce watering during the winter rest and give a haircut. Mexican native still offered and listed in Europe as Tradescantia / Cyanotis velutina.
Stock Number: 50526
Variegated "Moses-in-a-Boat/Cradle/Raft" The old favorite with fleshy leaves striped yellow and purple beneath; the bracts holding small white flowers are boat-shaped. Demands consistent warmth to thrive. See Tradescantia [rhoes] group species and cultivars in the list below for the rest of these cultivars.
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Stock Number: 50570
The large statured traditional "Moses in a Boat" or "Oyster Plant" so called for the open oyster shell shaped bracts from which peep the white spiderflowers--boat shaped bracts tucked between the thickly packed outthrust fleshy green leaves, purpled beneath. See Rhoeo Spathacea Vittata Variegata (#50526) for the variga...
Stock Number: 50532
"Streaked False Bromeliad" Now considered a Callisia fragrans Variegata cultivar [as Identified by Dr. Robert Faden.] Large upright whorled cups of tightly overlapping white-streaked fleshy leaves. A very popular, handsome plant even if of uncertain nomenclature. Showy--your friends will not believe this i...
Stock Number: 50529
Species from Selby Botanic, originally offered as a Setcreasea. Small elongated curved stiff waxy purple leaves rigidly spaced on deep purple erect (and then toppling) fat stems; blue to violet flowers. Excellent used as an outdoor bedding foliage plant; dramatic cascading from your patio urns. Much brighter shine and ...