Stock Number: 11658
"Victoria's Lady Fern". Architectural three dimensional fronds created by quite tiny pinnae. Impressive, given time.
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Stock Number: 11616
Charming "Crested Japanese Painted Fern". Forming elegant clumps of silvery fronds emerging pink toned, each mature frond forking at the tip to form a crested fishtail. Quite winter hardy in our Ohio location - similar to 'Applecourt'
Stock Number: 11650
Nancy Swell's "Ghost Fern" with the upright vertical habit from the A. filix-femina and the fabulous silvery platinum tones and reddish rachis of the other parent, A. nipponicum 'Pictum'--most impressive. So highly colored as to be slow in establishing in its site, but certainly earns its place.
Stock Number: 10060
"Japanese Painted Fern." Diciduous fern with elegant pink to silver centered fronds. Best grown outside with some protection from sun and wind.
Stock Number: 11594
"Purple Painted Fern" A large statured clone of this Japanese native with gray silver accented with red-maroon tones found in the Long Island garden of Alex Summer. From the South Carolina gardens of Ursula Syre-Herz. Thrives in our climate.
Stock Number: 80048
Quickly clumping colorful Japanese Painted fern cousin.
Stock Number: 40060
Beautiful waxy leaves dappled gold in opposite pairs lining the woody upright stems. Considered zone 8 winter hardy.
Stock Number: 41530
The full sized tropical "Golden Culm Bamboo" Striking yellow stems with some green striping, leaves occasionally striped as well; 35' potential, so site carefully in your conservatory or greenhouse. Many things are offered as this; but this is the real thing. Typically we send well rooted culms--if you wish to receive ...
Stock Number: 55476
LIMITED AVAILABILITY. Very dense slender [typically solid] sulms tightly clumped with lovely "Goddes of Mercy" very fine ferny foliage on angular branchlets. Container plants from Koon Yam Chuk--an excellent houseplant as well as perfectly formed conservatory citizen. This may also be offered in Asia as Bambusa multipl...
Stock Number: 41942
"Ayahuasca" to Indian tribes of the western Amazon region who use its narcotic alkaloids; a strong liana with soft green pairs of leaves; tiny pink flowers--This requires a warm humid greenhouse to successfully grow. "Vine of the Souls" with complex betacarbolines. This often sells out so please INQUIRE about availabil...
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Stock Number: 62148
Large shrubby habit, kneed stems ranked with pairs of dusky decoratively fleshy leaves and topped with tubular lilac flowers. Robert Newman shared this important Thai herb with us. Perhaps best known as "Ma Lan Gen" in traditional Chinese medicine. Seems to demand regular warm temperatures and reliable levels of humidi...
Stock Number: 31392
A fabulous form of "Philippine Violet Shrub" featuring many clustered blossoms of blue-violet combined with gold variegated leaves; from India & Burma/Myanmar. Thanks to David Biggar for sharing this showy quite slow growing cultivar imperative in any serious collection of variegates.
Stock Number: 41485
Striking spineless fast growing herbaceous shrublet from South Africa which flourishes in an exposed, even dry, setting where it will produce Acanthus type blossoms ranging from blue through mauve to pink. A new candidate for summer urns, windowboxes, and mixed containers as well as a good performer in the winter green...
Stock Number: 58448
A rounded mound of upright arched stems cloaked with dark glossy leaves with modest blossom clusters emerging from each leaf node; each cute blossom a bubble gum pink. Probably a hybrid of the African B. obtusa. This is the easiest Barleria to bloom--we have even observed some reblooming incidents.
Stock Number: 49461
Out arching slim stems cascade under the weight of the soft petite leaves; terminal clusters of lovely violet blossoms fading to old rose magenta. This South African reaches a peak of bloom in late fall; the habit is far more lateral than most of the Barlerias we offer.
Stock Number: 88902
This Eleocharis cousin forms tight exclamation point clumps of absolutely erect cylindrical blades with lemon stripes. Needs strong light and wet feet. An architectural New Zealand native, Zones 7-8
Stock Number: 68442
Distinctive species of "Bottle Ponytail" with lush thick foliage of rose toned bronze forming a thick fountain of arching leaf blades atop the thick trunk which arises from the dramatic swollen base. At times the new growth has a red tint if grown in full sun, thus sometimes called the "Red Ponytail" or the "Rosy Nolin...
Stock Number: 68362
Distinctive species of "Bottle Ponytail" with lush thick foliage of grassy green forming a thick fountain of arching leaf blades atop the thick trunk which arises from the dramatic swollen base. A plant more tolerant of neglect and abuse does not come to mind.
Stock Number: 68361
Striking "Blue Ponytail" with stout caudex base topped by an explosion of straight firm keeled needle leaves a beautiful glaucous blue green.
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Stock Number: 56301
Thickly clustering rhizomes are hidden beneath a sea of rouge toned petioles supporting overlapping ruffled modest sized leaves richly toned with surface speckles of pewter gray.
Stock Number: 56001
(Rhizomatous) Velvet cupped leaves tomato red beneath; thus this Brazilian is known as the "Ruby Begonia." Texture is wonderful on this handsome plant--because it is so succulent, it tolerates much lower humidity than most, even flourishing in outdoor summer containers. While traditionally a pot subject indoors, try gr...
Stock Number: 56399
(Shrub like) Delicate canes dressed with glossy silver-spotted leaves and greenish white flowers in profuse dangling clusters; freely branching habit. This "Trout Begonia" remains one valued for its consistently small foliaged delicate appearance despite its easy-to-grow culture.
Stock Number: 56917
(rex) Shimmery, glossy silver/pewter leaf surface decorated with a pink blushed color toned heart repeated on the lobed margins and highlighted by violet toned veins. Needs reliable levels of humidity at all times. Expect this to be at least semi-dormant mid summer and mid winter, but foliage will soon reappear.
Stock Number: 56279
(Rhizomatous) Beautiful thickly clumped habit of deeply colored ornately whirlpooled leaves toned red--in bright light the coloration seems more smolderingly demonic than angelic to us. Bronzy pink tones make this a very distinct hybrid. Always in demand for its totally eye-candy appeal.
Stock Number: 56786
(upright rhizomatous) Fabulously unique: thick rope rhizomes arch out under the showy lobed leaves with dramatically silver splashed midribs--giving a stained glass window effect when viewed from below. Not for the faint of heart. Certainly one of the easiest, yet quite dramatically colored, to grow as a housepla...
Stock Number: 56467
(thick stemmed/scandent] Martin Johnson hybrid with very wide fabuous pebbled leaves with pale branching veins and fine reddish hairs; unusually beautiful & unique sometimes incorrectly seen as 'Antholes.' A spectacular specimen in the conservatory, yet quite a remarkable addition to a shady summer windowbox or urn...
Stock Number: 56734
(cane) Lime green leaves richly strewn with silver dots with a milky glaucous green reverse. Showy clusters of dangling pearl white blossoms at height midwinter once the clump has established. Requires considerable patience to grow this to blooming size.
Stock Number: 57016
(rhizomatous) Major stature; serious presence. Deeply cut dramatic deep green leaves of heavy substance turning mahogany in sun are held aloft to reveal their red violet toned reverse. Winter flowers.
Stock Number: 56340
(rz) Vigorous pot plant with dusky dark green and mahogany clefted leaves with central avacado starsplash and rose with magenta underleaf. Profuse shell pink winter flowered hybrid of Begonia bowerae x heracleifolia sunderbruchii--and the latter is supposedly a hybrid of ricinifolia with heracleifolia!. In the proven h...
Stock Number: 56731
( upright rhizomatous) Available now for the collector of large plants, Begonia Big Mac!! Impressive deep glossy green deeply fingered foliage supported by a thick massive rhizome. Considered massive enough to be engaged as a "Landscape Begonia" in the tropics, similar to its bruiser parent "U 1369." Looks like a stero...