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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Stock Number: 40778
"Golden Geranium" Grown for the glorious pure yellow ochre rounded leaves--striking as a "spot" plant, even if not full of its vivid hot fuchisa single flowers. Traditional heirloom performing full tilt on the cool sunny winter window sill. Sparce blooms during summer heat.
Stock Number: 40762
Beautiful golden netted "Ivory Geranium" leaves; pink flower heads. One of the traditional "Ivy Leaved" heirloom cascading types quite dramatic cascading from a windowbox, a summer urn, or a hanging basket.
Stock Number: 53517
Thick oval waxy leaves, with pointed edges, richly splashed creamy green and yellow ochre, set like pieces of jade on thick cascading stems thus perfect in hanging baskets; nonetheless, as these thick stems are even more scandent (rooting along the nodes as they climb) this is a wonderful plant to cover a mossed pole, ...
Stock Number: 53607
Very wide fleshy leaf with slate green center surrounded by a flamed zone (a halo?) of rich cream-yellow and margined in deep green. Very flashy pot plant.
Stock Number: 58716
This is the two-toned version of the famous "Lemon Cactus." This excellent Rain forest tropical Cactus vine has waxy leaves of coppery salmon with a dramatic milky green central flame; the leaves are blushed rosy red beneath. Best not to allow to dry out severely and always grow in a warm area.
Stock Number: 30370
A large growing P. domesticum hybrid with rich golden-toned foliage striated green. Unusual, handsome scandant habit; easy plant for indoors as the boldly variegated leaves are thick and waxy, thus resisting the challenge of lower levels of humidity. Highly recommended on the Bling Bling scale.
Stock Number: 30701
Very dramatic 1' to 2' long leathery sheened leaves evenly splashed & mottled lime gold; shingled effect as leaves placed on very short internodes on rose-toned stems. Certainly the most easily grown (indoors) of the extremely dramatic rare Philodendrons--even tolerating somewhat low light and less than perfect humidit...
Stock Number: 31270
Quite rare vine newly marketed as "Lemon & Lime" with elegantly slim bright lemon yellow leaves punctuated by rose red petioles--much smaller statured and compact than 'Hansoti's Gold' but rumored to also be a hybrid of domesticum bloodlines. Visually stunning: very brightly colored hybrid with unusually slim waxy ...
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Stock Number: 31001
Very thick stem/trunk with succulently petioled leaves (at very short internodes) with wide boat-like outlines fabulously showcasing the deeply saturated lemon custard color tones, further decorated and supported with prominent pale swollen veins. St. Rose Nursery. Very bold "Birdsnest" type quite successful as a house...
Stock Number: 30337
"Limeleaf Vine" Very showy chartreuse leaves create a glow of sunshine anywhere this is placed in your plant display; reliable sturdy plant equally at home in a pot or cascading dramatically from a hanging basket.
Stock Number: 30600
"Flame Leaved Heart Plant" Each glossy leaf sports a showy creamy lime central slash sometimes with faint gray green featherings. Although versions of this have appeared since Hummel offered it thirty years ago, it still undergoes reincarnations in the wholesale trade, most currently reappearing brand new all over agai...
Stock Number: 33109
Available now. Elongated leathery leaves with many shallow rounded fingered lobes like the hybrid above, however the new foliage emerges a bright golden color. Thickly overlaping golden leaves form a birdsnest shape. Probably will not stand as much sun or bright light as the standard green form. Only one or two a...
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Stock Number: 42241
The pairs of bright lime yellow succulent leaves (with the random velvet green midrib or slash) most dramatic against the hairy maroon cascading stems; makes a dramatic hanging basket subject--a third of the stature of its cousin, P. amboinicus. Sometimes the leaves will be solid lime-gold; sometimes a central green fl...
Stock Number: 60782
"Golden Elephant Bush" New leaves emerge completely golden ochre, fade to bright lime. Certainly a vigorous, easily grown visual treat in any hobby greenhouse display of succulents.
Stock Number: 50055
"Gold Vein Shrub" Two inch wide rich yellow leaves veined in a bright gold on upright statured shrub--easily kept compact by pruning. New Hebrides native, thus must have warm roots to thrive; if happy may form terminal panicles of white flowers with red blushed lavender throats.
Stock Number: 50056
Slim ochre-yellow lvd "Gold Vein Shrub"; much more limber stems more self- branching than the erect wide-leaved species form. `Eldorado' forms a lush bright mound of foliage.
Stock Number: 50111
Wonderful dwarf form (compartively speaking) of this popular gold-patterned much branching showstopping plant. Red reduced bracts with yellow flowers in terminal spikes. The better choice of the Sanchezia for outside container performance as well as houseplant adaptability; the following "Golden Zebra" is far more dram...
Stock Number: 68118
"Golden Hemp" Wavy gray-green waxy leaves--usually under one foot in length--richly margined in creamy-yellow and distinctly curved under at margins as they mature; rarely more than three leaves in a "head." Quite striking plant which must be constantly warm-otherwise the nearly opaque variegation can be quite easily d...
Stock Number: 60923
Highly variegated and very thick leaves tend to arch out in proper light. In the general "Futura group" perhaps as openly vase forming leaves (the Dutch would say "tulip shaped") are more open and shorter than typical trifasciata cultivars. The inner emerging leaf on mature plants can be totally golden. Nearly the oppo...
Stock Number: 68187
"Golden Birdsnest." Grow in a porous mix and avoid chill. This is the clone originating in Hahn's Pittsburg greenhouses ages ago with wide creamy yellow variegation on an open widespreading rosette. Quite beautiful.
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Stock Number: 68399
Larger than the hahnii crew (but with colors of 'Silver Frost') but not quite achieving the stature of 'Futura'; quite beautiful, but very slow to offset.Very rare clone, much sought after among the collectors--Our clone derives from the (now at Kew) Morgenstern collection which was shared with us by Tony Falco and thu...
Stock Number: 40913
"Golden Magic Carpet" Round, toothed leaves either solid golden chartreuse or with green-flamed centers; very beautiful, tho less vigorous than the species. Stocks are low: please INQUIRE before ordering.
Stock Number: 60458
"Golden Glo" Arched stems heavy with thickly-set golden green keeled blimpshpaed leaves developing coppery margins in bright light; Mexican native with white flower clusters. A must in any succulent wreath.
Stock Number: 61011
Wonderful "Golden Stonecrop" with tiny fleshy spatulate leaves shingled on the fat prostrate stems--eventually forming a perfect carpet for succulent bonsai, or an underplanting for a leggy jade, a natural for moss topiary and wreaths, or (for Z8 & warmer) an outdoor groundcover; the yellow gold flower heads need a...
Stock Number: 40922
"Golden Chalice Vine" Enormous nine inch long yellow cupped trumpet flowers with five purple lines; on stout stems--a Mexican native essential for conservatory or porch garden. Various plant friends lug a tub of this substantial shrub (vining only when so encouraged) into their winter plantrooms for an amazing stunning...
Stock Number: 30428
"Mottled Arrowhead" Very striking irregular yellow ochre slashes and patches over the entire surface--often these raised variegations twist the horned leaves into monstrose puckered shapes. Vigorous selection by the late Gene Calkins. Very vigorous, very flashy. By far one of the most popular cultivars (but totally mis...