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Succulent Wreaths

Succulent Wreaths
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Rhipsalis (hatiora) salicornioides
Stock Number: 66038
"Drunkard's Dream" or "Dancing Bones" Epiphytic Rhipsalis cousin with stiftly arching thickly-branched sprays of bottle-shaped branchlets tipped with yellow flowers fading to salmon; soon makes a wonderful windowsill potplant (or with time, a stunning hanging basket subject) with very regularly dividing bone shaped ste...
$3.00
Rhipsalis capilliformis Mophead
Stock Number: 66262
Fabulous extreme form of this species named "formed like hair" as the very tiny slim stems divide constantly to form arched thick manes of fringed mopheads of foliage shown to advantage in a small basket or adding grace to a succulent wreath; quite tiny cream flowers. Epiphytic soil mix is imperative. Often sent as a m...
$5.50
Rhipsalis horrida
Stock Number: 66121
A lovely soft white-haired deep green-emerald miniature; slim short segments in attractive bundles arching to form mini fountains. Rare terrestial species from Madagascar, ever so perfect when introduced to a succulent wreath design as it loves the perfectly drained moss. While usually available in pots in the nursery,...
$5.00
Sansevieria ballyi 'Minnie' [Rauh's Kenya]
Stock Number: 68270
Bright green spiky "Hedgehog" type with many stolons (even from upper trunk); the fat upper keeled lower third leaves adorned with a papery horned edge. Much shorter and more compacted clusters of leaves than similar larger statured ones from Kenya. A Werner Rauh collection which has undergone many name changes over th...
$15.00
Sansevieria senegambica [cornui]
Stock Number: 68154
Short upright curved leaves flattening toward the tip end with a slim point, the surface a matte-green with faint banding. Good compact waxy leaved species with reddish rhizomes & violet-white flowers (the species name tells of its countries of origin). If grown in a moss or coconut fiber basket, it loves to send f...
$6.50
Sansevieria subspicata [hort]
Stock Number: 68162
This clone we have is from Manda's collection, representing the most easily grown form most common in USA--Deep green-black undulate wide leaves on slender petioles, with bright horned edges; the very short leaves overlap in irregular tostled rosettes. Tolerant of much neglect. Some customers enjoy starting this in a m...
$4.75
Sedeveria Harry Butterfield [hyb]
Stock Number: 60445
"Mule Tail" Easily grown (in full light and adequate moisture with perfect drainage) large "Burro Tail" with tightly packed pearl-toned leaves completely covering the cascading succulent stems; considered a Hummel creation named for one of his contemporary nurserymen.
$4.75
Sedum Burrito
Stock Number: 60462
Smaller, rounder & whiter leaves than the traditionall "Burrotail" on strong stiff cascading stems; silvery meal-dusted leaves less likely to shatter than other similar species. The best form by far for a dramatic hanging basket plant; wonderful in succulent wreath designs.
$3.75
Sedum lineare variegatum
Stock Number: 60466
"Star Sedum" Soft much-branched ascending stems are covered with soft white-margined leaves; Its low mat-forming quality makes this a common cascading basket subject and a natural for succulent wreaths. Cool winters trigger this Japanese species to cover itself with starry yellow flowers late spring. Although listed in...
$4.25
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Sedum makinoi marginatum
Stock Number: 60469
"Snow Ladder" General habit and character of S. lineare, but the white-edged shingled spatulate leaves are rounded--overlapping on trailing soft stems to form "stairways"; yellow flowers. Japanese native much used by wreath designers and basic in succulent dish gardens.
$4.00
Sedum mexicanum
Stock Number: 60470
"Mexican Stonecrop" Mounds of waxy fresh-green soft needle shaped leaves densely packed on hidden fat toppling stems--makes a perfect ground cover for stemmy pot plants; quite basic for decorative small hanging baskets or dish gardens; a basic for succulent wreaths and small moss topiary. Starry yellow flowers usually ...
$4.00
Sedum [sedeveria] Vera Higgins [hyb]
Stock Number: 60450
Modest-sized carpets of slim stems punctuated by plump pinkish-green to dusky rose leaves--color marbled coral in full sun; forms full toppling mounded "Chocolate Donkeytail." Unusual lovely mounding carpet originally from Hummel.
$4.25
Sedum [Species?] Frostbite
Stock Number: 61217
Tiny tumbling mounds of fleshy gray foliage; very lovely delicate appearance, but of robust and fast growth. Perfect groundcover in any succulent container.
$3.25
Senecio implexus
Stock Number: 60580
"Maasai Carpet" Lovely fuzzy-velvet avacado-green thick leaves archly dangle on thick cascading stems with swollen roots; makes a handsome carpet groundcover or a wraparound vine on a succulent wreath; or an extraordinary hanging basket subject. One of the easiest furry creatures for your garden combinations. As the fa...
$3.75
Senecio jacobensii variegatus
Stock Number: 60582
Beautiful "Trailing Jade" clone with each rounded glossy jade leaf richly margined in creamy yellow; stunning. Always considered to be among the first rank of succulent variegates by serious collectors; yet an easily grown beautiful succulent vine for all hobbyists.
$8.50
Senecio jacobensii [petraeus]
Stock Number: 60581
"Vining / Trailing Jade" Glossy round-edged fleshy overlapping leaves shingle the thick trailing stems; excellent windowbox or hanging basket plant especially with its showy orangy yellow cushion flowers mid-winter. Like S. implexus, the fat succulent stems love to root into any media as they roam about, making this a ...
$4.00
Succulent Wreath Collection / Leafy Succulents Collection
Stock Number: 90230
This introductory group will include easily grown members of such genera as Cyanotis, Adromischus, Rhipsalis "Mistletoe Cactus," Sedum, Kalanchoe "Mother of Thousands," Hoya "Wax Leaf Plant," Crassula, Sansevieria (especially the hahnii and "Hedgehog" types), and Senecio{especially such as jacobsonii and implexus}--all...
$12.00
Tillandsia araujei
Stock Number: 52264
"Sao Paulo Air Plant" Rock dwelling sea-spray species with short curved silvery-scurfted leaves forming thick scandent strands; pink and white flowers. Mount; don't pot.
$8.00
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Tillandsia Ionanthe
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...
$4.25
Tillandsia usneoides
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...
$1.75
Tradescantia fluminensis laekenensis Rainbow
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...
$4.50
Tradescantia sillamontana
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.
$4.00
Vanilla planifolia [fragrans]
Stock Number: 40957
Always popular vine. Wide leathery waxy leaves line the thick vining stems; important commercial "Vanilla Orchid" source of the vanilla bean--the yellow-green flowers are hard to produce with inadequate light, considerable heat, and considerable patience. Sent as generous unrooted cuttings in dry moss. If you wish us t...
$8.00
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