Stock Number: 40169
"Hawaiian Heather" everblooming lavender flowers on an upright outcurved compact bush. Good for large terrariums, dish gardens and small windowsills. As the nursery trade basically grows only the 'Yatabusa' selection, this old favorite has basically disappeared from the general market.
Stock Number: 41376
Compact laterally-branching cultivar of "Dwarf Hawaiian Heather" selected at Downer's Greenhouses here in Ohio with sprays of pure white flowers; the perfect companion for the purple flowered cultivars. Good flowering indoor bonsai subject and quite popular in summertime urns. Still a favorite for the larger terrarium ...
Stock Number: 41333
A delicate color selection of the reliable "Hawaiian Heather" (a native of Guatemala, naturally) with very pale lilac ever blooming flowers on arched stems. A random seedling originally found in our greenhouses here, and still in great demand.
Stock Number: 42209
Foliage larger, lilac flowered color more intense than the more elegant 'Compacta', yet keeps lateral low growth habit. As this more laterally angled woody stemed selection grows rapidly, it will always appeal to bonsai designers.
Stock Number: 42349
Mexican "Cigar Flower" Modest bushy shrublet, easliy pruned to any desired size, producing many dark red tubular flowers with dark band and white rim at the tip. Always the favorite of kids. The lower more lateral growth habit (unlike the thriller 'David Verity') dictate this a spiller in container combos.
Stock Number: 66923
Multitudes of pert pink "Cigar Flowers" (each with a dark tip) on compact wide spreading shrublets. We have noted (with amusement) varying cute marketing names for this cultivar over the years as it appears, disappears, then reappears in the bedding plant market. Most peculiar indeed. We also maintain a white toned ver...
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Stock Number: 54371
Dark glossy foliage on strong limber stems (habit closer to Cuphea aequipetala) display multitudes of white-orange tubular flowers with fringed spidery tips only when this receives the full sun and warm root zone temps it prefers. Mexican (some say Caribbean) shrub eventually forming a woody base with time. This is a m...
Stock Number: 80761
The "Everblooming Pink" tagline indicates its considerable success as a winter greenhouse performer (and now it is also newly discovered by designers of patio container combinations) as this fastigate cultivar does not languish in summer heat like many of its carnation cousins; nonetheless, when tried in outdoor beds, ...
Stock Number: 50014
Cupped oval gray leaves, richly velvety haired surfaces giving a silvery tone, on low arching stems; showy brick-red two lipped rust orange designed blossoms in "King's Crown" heads appear during winter. From Uruguay (and thus tolerant of considerable chill), where this is known as the "Hummingbird Plant," this undeman...
Stock Number: 89220
Rich basal foliage topped with many "Condflowers" of deep purple, magenta, orange and eggshell white. Unusually vigorous.
Stock Number: 81827
New "Smaller White Snakeroot" selection of John Jocius with leaves brilliantly frosted creamy white, a perfect combination with the flat-topped clusters (like "Boneset") of fuzzy white Ageratum-like blossoms; neither aromatic nor toxic; customers have claimed to observe over six species of butterflies visiting this at ...
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Stock Number: 53023
"Butterfly Ginger" Fragrant white flowers top very tall stalks. The heavily perfumed ivory petals are used in Hawaiian leis, hence, also known as the "Garland Flower." Evergreen species easy to grow with good light.
Stock Number: 81366
"Chinese Daylily" Very tall six foot stalks present modest rusty yellow flowers with a distinct pastel umber zone on each slim petal; somewhat fragrant at night--blooms into September. Distinct species. [We offer hybrids at the nursery--especially dwarf rebloomers]
Stock Number: 51707
This plant sometimes goes under the name of Hibiscus acetosella. The excellent "Maple Leaved Mallow" with blackish purple maple shaped (sure!) deeply lobed leaves blushed red in full sun. Engaging mimic of "Mary Jane" for an erect accent in planters and urns; if a consevatory subject, expect dusky sultry wine-toned win...
Stock Number: 41886
[H. paramutabilis x syriacus] Dark green maple-like leaves on woody shrubs blooming from July to frost with pure white flowers with wide carmine eye. Makes a handsome full shrub (with ambitions to become a hibiscus tree as stems are typically not damaged even in sub-zero winters) in our climate with longest blooming se...
Stock Number: 41763
Beautiful small featured 'Cooperi' selection with new leaves emerging ivory speckled with pink and veridian green, then darker green with age highlighted ivory and rose; very fetching red blossoms. Z10 with protection. Must have sun and warmth to produce the flowers which are remarkably similar to 'Matensis'.
Stock Number: 40351
"Snowflake Hibiscus" cultivar with slim leaves lavishly splashed greenish-tan, white; single rose-red flowers. Handsome and easy. Must have sun and warmth to produce the blossoms.
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Stock Number: 41609
Remarkable plant from KSG Farms: The dark green wide leaves are splashed & sometimes margined creamy gold & milky gray; stout stems produce large deep red semi-double typical mallow blossoms. This is not a small flowered 'Cooperi' type with small frilled blossoms. Remarkably beautiful, yet not of complex cultur...
Stock Number: 42161
Upright moulded fingered foliage perfect with the small but plentiful lilac to salmon blossoms with central white thumbprints. Given adequate heat, sunlight, and rich fertilizer, becomes a refined statured shrub of easy container culture. Very distinct from its kin, maintaining modest porportions, producing small charm...
Stock Number: 40362
"Waltzing Ladies" or "Fringed Hibiscus" indicates the bright red, deeply cut and fringed recurved blossoms which dangle from slim arching stems; also "Skeleton Hibiscus." Very intolerant of root chill--it is native to Kenya. This is the most popular and most ordered for the hobby greenhouse! Always be careful when prun...
Stock Number: 71196
White bordered foliage; double red-maroon blossoms never quite open completely, remaining very dark "Chocolate Bonbons" to give a very unique appearance. From UNCR distribution; not vigorous, but certainly a curiosity
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Stock Number: 41767
This selection of "Rose of Sharon" sports unusually large frilly white flowers with very dramatic scarlet red centers. Heavy bloomer, vigorous grower. A random seedling here which outperforms the named cultivars (such as 'Helene') without fail every season.
Stock Number: 70945
"Rose of Sharon" selection with rich deep rose red flowers accented with crimson eyes. Very distinct color.
Stock Number: 70789
(paramutabilis x syriacus); Ruffled orchid to magenta flowers (much larger than its "Rose of Sharon" parent) with dramatic carmine eye; blooming heavily on dark foliaged woody shrub until frost--this Jim Snyder selection often emerges in very chill springs with faintly variegated leaves.
Stock Number: 50091
"Compact Shrimp Plant" A cultivar selected for its compact much-branched habit with attractive bronzy red drooping chain of bracts persisting much longer than the species form. Will bloom most seasons if given full sun and adequate fertilizer.
Stock Number: 50040
"Snow Shrimp" Fabulous snowy white variegation on foliage fading to pure white margins; white bracts turn copper in bright light. Rare and striking sport. Not a totally successful houseplant unless you can provide the essential levels of humidity necessary to prevent spider mite. But with good light and a pebble tray t...
Stock Number: 50042
"King's Crown" or "Brazilian Plume" Erect stems bear large, very showy plumes of rose-pink tubular hooked flowers. Knockout when in full flower. Available usually in late Spring. Other times of the year, it might be propagated to order.
Stock Number: 80304
"Gooseneck Loosestrife" Soft leaves cloak erect stems topped with curving racemes of small white flowers giving this a marvelously antique quality.
Invasive in wet conditions.
Stock Number: 40458
Formerly M. penduliflorus. "Turk's Cap" or "Scotsman's Purse" Hibiscus cousin with folded pendulous bright red blossoms with protruding stamens. An easily bloomed shrub--reaching its height of flowering midwinter when you most need the scarlet blossoms. Long a traditional hobby greenhouse standby as never fails to intr...
Stock Number: 41431
"Pink Turk's Cap" Semi-gloss foliage ranked along the woody Hibiscus like stems; intriguingly furled pink dangling flowers quite showy during the winter months.