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Helxine soleirolii
Stock Number: 41030
"Baby Tears" Mossy mat of tiny dewdrop leaves; tiny green flowers; European name, "Corsican Curse" indicates origin. Needs humidity. Often used as a bonsai groundcover for plants that are kept evenly moist. Works in a terrarium to a fault.
$4.00
Helxine soleirolii Gold Pool [aurea]
Stock Number: 41031
"Golden Baby Tears" Tiny leaves a rich acid yellow: tempermental terrarium plant groundcover as can be charmingly bright in any terrarium design. If needed in larger numbers, we will consider your needs on a propagate-to-order basis as this can be maddingly slow to produce. Easily overwhelmed by a nearby Selaginella--s...
$6.75
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Helxine soleirolii marginata
Stock Number: 31387
"Variegated Baby Tears"  Delicate intricate mats of tinsy leaves, each delicately outlined with a parchment white rim.  A very sought after terrarium gem.
$7.00
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Hemigraphis (alternata ?) Exotica [hort]
Stock Number: 50030
"Waffle Plant" Shiny maroon marginally rolled leaves extremely quilted and seriously puckered and paired on red stems rooting at each node. Even flourishes as an aquatic plant!
$3.00
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Hemigraphis Exotica Variegata [hort]
Stock Number: 50031
"Variegated Waffle Plant" the oval puckered metallic-purpled pairs of leaves, each with an attractively rolled margin, are splotched with straw yellow; wonderful as the furled margins reveal the wine-red underleaf. Popular for hanging baskets, for mossed topiaries, for windowboxes, a large wardian case, and indoor sunn...
$7.00
Hemigraphis Red Equator [Sp]
Stock Number: 50033
"Baby Waffle" Slightly puckered, purple grape-sized leaves on miniature creeping stems creating extensive lovely low mats and thus quite popular as a Terrarium subject and as a basic for mossed topiary. Very effective cascading from a windowbox or patio urn; a traditional low growing houseplant; more recently also disc...
$4.50
Hemigraphis repanda
Stock Number: 59397
"Narrow Leaf Flame Ivy" Metallic purplish papery narrow leaves in attractive trailing clumps; odd papery tan flowers. "Dragon Flame Creeper" newly popular as a lovely cascading filler for intimate windowboxes, small patio container combinations, mossed topiaries and even as a semi-aquatic for tubs. In fact, this is so ...
$6.00
Hemionitis arifolia
Stock Number: 10460
"Strawberry Fern" or "Heart Fern" Felted tri-lobed fronds form a rosette of lovely small stature; plantlets potentitally form in the center of the fronds. Demands high humidity; abhors high temperatures.This will do well as a terrarium plant.
$15.00
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Horticultural Charcoal
Stock Number: 92177
A must for any terrarium. This charcoal, when layered beneath your growing medium will improve drainage and absorb harmful impurities in containers with or without drainage holes. Delivered to you in a 24 Oz. bag.
$9.95
Maranta repens [hort]
Stock Number: 40641
"Miniature Prayer Plant" Moss green demure leaves attractively brushed with chocolate "Rabbit Tracks"; reliable, although shy to exhibit its pale mauve dancing skirted flowers with their purple eyelash lines. Petite enough for terrarium culture. Any order of multiples of this astoundingly popular item will be considere...
$8.00
Microgramma heterophylla
Stock Number: 10601
"Vine Fern" Miniature creeping feet with tiny upright fronds delicately haired; similar to M. lycopodioides & crew. Semi-epiphytic, thus be sure medium is perfectly drained. This is a very petite critter requiring considerable patience on its human caretaker's part.
$20.00
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Microgramma palmeri [nitida]
Stock Number: 10607
Many semiglossy small elongated-oval fronds held erect over the slim slightly flatened rhizomes meandering over cork or treefern; because this fern evolved upon tropical treetrunks, it survives low humidity better than some; but truely thrives when given artifical rain forest (good humidity) conditions in a terrarium w...
$10.00
Monstera siltepecana El Salvadore
Stock Number: 30285
Small bluish toned twisting javelin shaped leaves of waxy texture with darker mosaic of veins are closely "shingled" along the succulent stem which roots as it wanders--juvenile form, small enough for terrarium display, although as tolerant of exposure as any Philodendron scandens cultivar. A great favorite of topiary ...
$35.00
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Monstera Silver Leaf [Species]
Stock Number: 30288
A beautiful Monstera, the leaf surface is entirely blushed with lovely ash-silver.  In Juvinille form this is commonly called a  'Cebu Blue' in the Epipremnum pinnatum classification.  Once mature it will often times start to form windows but this can take several years.
$8.75
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Monstera stanleyana Variegata
Stock Number: 30287
Available soon as we working on building stock back up. Rich ivory splashes on elongated, round tipped leaves; very beautiful selection of this scandent vine shingled with soft leathery foliage of deep green slashed with ivory white. The foliage remains quite small and the internodes long (even extended at times) on th...
$45.00
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Nashia inaguensis
Stock Number: 42156
Tiny crinkled fleshy leaves, with lovely mint/verbena fragrance, on rigid much-branched twiglets emerging from woody trunks--perfect tropical bonsai for high light; the orange " Bahana Berries" (following petite verbenia-shaped cream flowers) add that distincly vanilla flavor to Moujean tea. Also used in topiary as the...
$10.00
Nephrolepis cordifolia Buttons [garrettii]
Stock Number: 14009
"Tatting ribbon Fern" Small erect, then somewhat arched fronds with all pinnae reduced to rounded buttons along the rachis--larger statured than N.C. 'Duffii' with appearance of Pellaea rotundifolia. Also called 'Patty Roosevelt' even though, like all the cordifolia cultivars, this forms weird subsurface tubercules res...
$6.75
Nephrolepis cordifolia Handy
Stock Number: 11649
Very dark green mounding "Dwarf Petticoat Fern" with fronds closely ranked with glossy crinkly pinnae; when a frond reaches 6" to 8" it starts to crest by forking and reforking at the tips. Give this little forker good light and keep evenly moist. Excellent houseplant; fabulous conservatory showoff.
$8.00
Nephrolepis exaltata hubbardii
Stock Number: 14025
A select dwarf clone from Michael Hubbard, larger than 'Wanamaka' but with similar erect bunched habit. Easy houseplant for limited space.
$5.25
Nephrolepis exaltata Mini Russells
Stock Number: 11480
Tiny highly fluted upright fronds, rarely taller than two inches.
$15.00
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Oxalis alstonii [hedysaroides rubra]
Stock Number: 40690
"Firefern" Branched wiry purple stems hold whorls of reddish maroon leaflets and nearly everblooming yellow flowers. Excellent windowsill subject; typically growing better in the window or under lights than in the greenhouse. Beautiful centerpiece in any terrarium. Do not overpot nor overwater.
$8.75
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Pellionia argentea
Stock Number: 41033
Formerly P. daveauana viridus; Elatostema repens. Glossy, dimpled olive leaves with neat crimped edges in tidy ovel ranks on creeping succulent pinkish stems; curious small basket subject (if has good humidity), striking groundcover for the Wardian case.
$4.00
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Pellionia daveauana [elatostema repens]
Stock Number: 41035
Reliable "Satin Creeper" from Viet Nam with crisped oval leaves of deep olive marked umber, becoming cupped and dark purple-chocolate with age. Perfect small basket subject or terrarium groundcover. Listed sometimes as "Trailing Watermelon Begonia."
$4.00
Pellionia pulchra
Stock Number: 41036
Called "Watermelon Patch Vine" because purple-green grape sized leaves are reticulated with a mosaic of blackish veins; easy miniature hanging basket subject for the shaded greenhouse or terrarium groundcover delight from the humid jungles of Viet Nam.
$5.00
Peperomia buntingii
Stock Number: 53532
"Blue Watermelon Peperomia". Bluish-emerald toned leaves richly veined and patterned, form thick whorls of compact mounds (but very slowly, very deliberately); although appearing delicate, the jade like succulent leaves can easily tolerate somewhat lower humidity than expected. We accept orders for this fabulous creatu...
$15.00
Peperomia campylotropa
Stock Number: 53533
"Emerald Isle" or "Brazil" Delightful tuffets of creamy wax pewter leaves with peltate dimples; stature of a tinsy griseo-argentea. Choice easily grown dwarf for the terrarium. And the rather hopeless name? Well, it means "Curved Ovule" allowing the micropyle to come quite near the funicle. We assume this is why other ...
$5.50
Peperomia caperata argentea
Stock Number: 53538
Beautiful Brazilian "Silver Ripple" The waxed corrugated leaves solid silver-gray. "Caperata" means wrinkled or puckered. Bright toned cultivar of a favorite houseplant relaible self-shaping itself into a glossyy tuffet always prized for its ability to tolerate less humidity than many houseplants; thus it thrives on th...
$6.00
Peperomia caperata maculata variegata
Stock Number: 53537
This is a decidedly spectacular form of the regular Peperomia caperata, the "Emerald Ripple Peperomia." The hemispherical tuffet of deeply corrugated waxy leaves is highlighted by the pale foliaged center as new leaves emerge nearly albino, only adding champagne tones as they mature finally into rich green. Very sought...
$15.00
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Peperomia ferreyrae
Stock Number: 53562
"Pincushion Peperomia" Short thick succulent stems topped with many narrow trough-shaped leaves very nearly fused; the easiest succulent species to grow. How this relates to iron (ferrea) we do not know, unless it was collected near a railroad track. Much more dependable than the similar dolabriformis.
$5.00
Peperomia fraseri [resedifolia] nana
Stock Number: 53566
Miniature "Flowering Peperomia" clone with glossy jade like small leaves on clumping rosettes sprouting lovely erect spikes of fuzzy blossoms. A basic for any terrarium design. Formerly known as P. resedaefolia `Dwarf.'
$3.50
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