Stock Number: 41801
Very dwarf fastigate twiggy habit with tiny leaves; unique tiny long-tubed white semi-erect flowers with narrow pointed tips. Choice "Kyoto Snow Rose" used in mame bonsai as "Kyoto Kochoki"--this is the difficult one as needs higher humidity than its kith & kin; nonetheless, certainly the most impressive as a bonsa...
Stock Number: 20219
"Dutchman's Pipe" Erect stems hold stiff leaves with reddish reverse and odd yellow swollen tubular blossoms fading to parchment white. Brazilian species best grown in lite garden or Wardian case culture--never allow to go totally dormant as with the typical tuberous species, or will enter that dread territory known as...
Stock Number: 20502
Marvelous reliable Ted Bona hybrid of Sinningia eumorpha with nodding slipper-shaped impressive white flowers with a yellow blotch appearing in the tubular throat held elegantly above the oval foliage on short stems emerging from the basal bulb (which crown should not be covered). Easy to grow and to bloom.
Stock Number: 30497
Rich green upcurved leaves with pale colored centers form a forest of attractive cups like a set in Avatar. As the cultivar name suggests, this is a Yinger introduction of upright habit, so thickly leaved as to be more a scandent shrub than a vine. Remarkable foliage.
Stock Number: 11401
"Button Ball Fern" Upright rhizomes with gracefully arching tripinnate fronds (triangular in overall outline) with a series on rounded button-like bulbils along the top of the central midrib, with maturity these bulbils will form new plantlets. Caribbean tolerant of indoor conditions. A fern no child can resist and mos...
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.
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Stock Number: 53394
A new cultivar of the fabulous "Pink Quill." This variety has yellow to cream marginal ribbon stripes down the outarched narrow leathery leaves. Eventually clusters to form a remarkable mound of variegated glory. Extremely rare, extremely choice. Yet easy to grow.
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Stock Number: 53341
Highly colored version of the popular cyanea--attractive small tuffets of deeply arched deep green leathery slim leaves (like a very friendly hedgehog) from which arise the dramatic wide violet pink "Pink Feather" comb of bracts along which emerge, over a period of time, the cute blue (cyane) blossoms. Unlike most spec...
Stock Number: 53395
A remarkable cultivar of the already fabulous "Pink Quill." This variety has yellow to cream central ribbon stripes down the outarched narrow leathery leaves. Gradually clusters to form a remarkable striped hemisphere. Extremely rare, extremely choice. Yet easy to grow.
Stock Number: 40938
"Piggy Back Plant" Fresh green, hairy, lobed leaves (sometimes with richly yellow-flecked surfaces) grow plantlets on the tops of the leaf base. Likes a cool spot with good humidity to form a richly textured carpet.
Stock Number: 50524
Horticultural name remains Rhoes spathacea nana variegata. Bright pink and grapestained cream stripes on the short somewhat succulent leaves, hued pinkish purple beneath, which are tightly packed on short stout stems, quickly offsetting to form a colorful hemisphere. Easy short mounded houseplant as long as never expos...
Stock Number: 40959
Irregular bands of green-gold throughout each glossy succulent leaf closely held to the succulent scandent stems. A most beautiful & vigorous conversation piece of easy house culture--especially if given a moss stuffed pole to gradually climb so that the foliage can be encouraged to create a shingle effect. Handsom...
Stock Number: 40968
Short branching mounds of bright glossy keeled leaves of rich green and delicate papery nodding Amaryllis mimic small blossoms white yet toned pink and green. This marvelous native of the Natal becomes an evergreen gem, exquisite in a Wardian Case design. In European reference books it is sometimes called Talbotia eleg...