Stock Number: 57500
Low arching stems lined with lovely small solid golden leaves (pale lime in low light) forming the perfect golden gilded bonsai. Lovely as a windowsill plant expecially when producing its delicate wands of white flowers; a popular new outdoor shub in the warmer edge of the subtropics. Far more duminitive than the large...
Stock Number: 57476
Superbly flashy. Limber stems present showy buttery gold leaves, with central gray green flame, & terminate with purple elongated flower clusters, then gold berries. Excellent new Japanese selection of this Caribbean species which is much larger in stature than the Duranta erecta cultivars..
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Stock Number: 52098
Hummel's selection of a yellow variegated succulent mounding Bromeliad eventually resembling a hemisphere of interlocked Agaves. Beautiful & rare, yet of easy culture demanding only very bright light and perfectly drained media. Very slow growing; and thus a rarity.
Stock Number: 40234
Woody branching scaled stems covered with frosted slate green leaves splashed with bold yellow variegation. This "Golden Silverthorn" is winter tolerant in the deep south; however, is a tropical for a cool (not freezing) location in the north, yet still forming the "Gumi Flower Red Berries"
Stock Number: 66025
Large-statured hybrid with recurved petals, in shades of golden lemon to bronze, creating a bell-shaped blossom. Sent as an unrooted cutting in moss.
Stock Number: 30233
"Golden Pothos" Beautiful scandent vine with closely ranked golden lance leaves; this eyecatching cultivar of the vigorous indonesian species creates a spectacular hanging basket curtain of bright lemon gold, while equally beautiful in dishgardens and as a ground cover for taller, more leggy houseplants. Rarely offered...
Stock Number: 67762
Very tiny upright thicket forming an elongated spiny tuffet in time with each slim succulent stem topped with creamy yellow blossoms--habit and flowering style both similar to darker flowered 'Peachy Queen.'
Stock Number: 61012
Very clear lemon yellow blossoms. Curiously irregular habit. Seems to be very similar to 'Lila'.
Stock Number: 41522
"Golden Council Tree" Now offered also a 'Audrey'. Thick boat-shaped leaves broadly margined with clear yellow-ochre; habit of F. elastica with a less rigid habit. The yellows of this are most effective when placed with any of the F. elastica cultivars (with their pinks & purple foliage) in your interior desi...
Stock Number: 66980
Very delicately statured with pertly curled tiny pale olive to lime green leaves with emerald brushings along the midrib. Popular in larger Fairy Garden designs.
Stock Number: 40412
Impressive "Golden Weeping Fig" wide branching stems packed with large quite wide glossy leaves of a beautiful creamy lime with splashes of darker green along the midvein. Distinctive cultivar originally received from John Criswick. Such extreme variegation typically requires slightly higher levels of humidity than oth...
Stock Number: 41159
"Golden English Ivy" Glossy new leaves a bright yellow, if grown in bright light, fading to a deep leathery green--sometimes a bit of tip pruning helps this reliable golden workhouse more quickly branch to fully cover a wall or topiary form. Most remarkably the leathery foliage seldon burns in our Zone 6b winter, even ...
Stock Number: 42074
Soft sea green & avocado green mottled leaves with bright cream yellow margins; excellent habit, broad overlapping foliage-- the flat leaves larger and wider than other gold-edged cultivars.
Stock Number: 66851
Deeply fingered, handsomely ruffled pale pewter green leaves with showy buttery margins hardening to rich ivory. Slow growing 'Manda's Crested' selection always worth its space in the collection; will burn in our type winter outdoors, yet the stems survive to resprout.
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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...
Stock Number: 60647
Overlapping small glossy Carissa-like leaves; short internodes & branching give shrubby effect; odd yellow & maroon blossoms in crayola shades. Very interesting and unique shrubby species of easy culture--for extra vigor add some lime to the mix. If not potted, may be sent as unrooted cuttings in moss. An excel...
Stock Number: 60753
"Cardboard Wax Plant" Large undulating thick plastic leaves, with cardboard texture with undulating edges, gray splashed lime green w/ emerald vein netting; open clusters of lime-yellow flowers with ivory coronas. Originally distributed as 'Borneo 80-05'
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Stock Number: 51015
The fabously scented "Peruvian Daffodil" sacred to the Inca. From strong bulbs emerge strap leaves topped with the outstreached flowers - Greek "hymen" meaning membrane with Greek "kallos" meaning beautiful. Use as a pot plant; or plant bulbs out in the spring then lift and store for the winter.
Stock Number: 49451
A fast growing form bright yellow lime like 'Margarita' but with attractively fingered leaves like 'Blackie'.
Stock Number: 40406
"Blood Vein Plant" Old favorite with yellow & straw foliage. Unlike 'aureo-reticulata' this one has pointed leaves with colorful veins. Like all its kin, will not tolerated extended chill.
Stock Number: 60419
"Paddle Plant" or "Flap Jack" or "Oyster Plant." These common names reflect the considerable popularity of this South African species with flat oval diagonally-placed leaves with an arresting silvery effect from white mealy surfaces, & with a distinct red rim appearing when grown in high light. A paniculate inflore...
Stock Number: 60425
Small concave leaves vary from sienna to butter tones; unusual clone of the "Panda Plant" requiring high light.
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Stock Number: 40428
"Golden Lantana" Bright yellow-zoned leaves are the perfect foil for the golden flower heads; needs bright light. Very old clone which has yet to be bested. The intensity of variegation varies with different qualities of light, temperature, and fertilizer.
Stock Number: 81943
The imposing "Golden Tree Mallow" with downy chartreuse to gold (in winter) foliage on the eventually 3' plus trunks with lovely pink blossoms. A tree in its native Western Med. areas; the striking foliage of this sport makes it a candidate for many horticultural niches. An easy container subject--but site this careful...
Stock Number: 66774
Major rarity, the gorgeous "Variegated Tapioca" has deeply lobed leaves with radiating bright yellow central stripes; the heavy tuberous roots are the stuff of cassava and other starch products. Will prefer to go somewhat dormant if kept cool in winter. The second image here shows the plant in mid summer.
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Stock Number: 30268
"Golden Splitleaf Philodendron" The wide shield-shaped over lapping leaves with their dramatic splits are richly marbled lemon-lime and gold. Intolerant of even occassional low humidity indoors. This fantastic collectors' dream "Golden Ceriman" is typically sent as mossed established sections in pots. This is a p...
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Stock Number: 11405
The true "Variegated Boston Fern" with long dramatic fronds, with the individual pinnae green, gold, or typically striped green and gold--remarkably beautiful, certainly rare. Although a late Victorian selection, this has recently re-marketed this as "Tiger." Requires very bright indirect light and adequate air m...
Stock Number: 81534
Attractive dramatically toothed foliage over which arise displays of fls w/ flourescent yellow cymes persisting for months. Barry Yinger found this in the Japanese cut flower trade.
Stock Number: 42190
Soft pastel carmine flower clusters over big golden leaves with milky green center starbursts; wide spreading habit.The name reveals just how heirloom this really is.
Stock Number: 40796
Lovely clusters of soft coral red blossoms over the large golden chartreuse leaves of wide circular outline, each sporting a chocolate medalion. From New Leaf nurseries: named by Gerald D. Stewart as the first bronze leaf with a medallion (selected as a sport of 'Indian Dunes'). Our customers consider this one of the b...
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