Stock Number: 41796
"Purple Sugar Cane" from Polynesia makes a dramatic pot plant with long elegant purple leaves ranked on the woody segmented maroon canes--long a premire favorite for collectors with a greenhouse desiring the visual design effect of this stunning "Black Magic Repellent Plant." This is best known as Saccharum 'Pele's Smo...
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Stock Number: 58310
Wide low rosettes of gray green thick leaves with silvery veins and rosy ruby blush beneath. Lovely carpeting subject (even surviving outdoors in some of our milder winters).
Stock Number: 11478
"Red Clubmoss" Dark reddish stems give bronze mahagony tone to the abbreviated deep green foliage; tossled waves of short foliage make this Mexican a collector's choice. Small statured plants somewhat slow to establish compared to some species. Avoid extreme heat and deep shade.
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: 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: 67359
"Purple Leaf Brown Jug Plant" or Tanzanian "Red Milk Bush" Thick upright woody/succulent trunk and side branches adorned with beautiful succulent leaves wine red with slight green flecking, purple beneath; red inflorescence featuring unusual bracts. Very attractive, very easy to grow with bright light to full sun. Quit...
Stock Number: 99116
Trendy tones of purple, violet, magenta, & unnatural lavender in foliage and/or in flower constitute this astoundingly popular collection--and little wonder as we can select from such beauties as Aechmea 'Foster's Favorite, Peperomia, caperata, clusiifolia, Cryptobergia, Ctenanthe, Fosterella, Philodendrons (such a...
Stock Number: 99117
For a bigger statement of purple with inexpensive plants--boldly express your "Inner Goth." We cannot accept responsibility for any severe stress damage done to your interior decorator's psyche. 10 plants
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: 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: 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: 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 ...
Stock Number: 30440
"Blue Taro" Purple stems arch into swooping arrowhead leaves of dusky violet darkening to a rich purple toward the margins; this West Indian semi-aquatic "Blue Ape" must have warm winter conditions to maintain evergreen foliage; easiest to grow as a semi-aquatic in summer (but very successful as a container companion p...
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Stock Number: 50556
Deep pruple foliage--the darkest we have seen--with slight silvery chevrons giving depth to the darkness. Rather smaller foliage than most cultivars.
Stock Number: 56544
Marvelous "Black Ginger" with arched stems winged with glossy maroon overlapping leaves; the lovely blossoms open creamy yellow gradually changing to peachy apricot. Wonderful color in any plant combination, or as a solo pot plant. If the roots are slightly chilled, or if (not that this could happen) watering schedules...
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