Stock Number: 59201
"White Angel's Trumpet" Large white dangling flowers with heady nocturnal fragrance are produced with great abandon from vigorous elegantly branched stems-- according to some listings, considered the most elegant of the tribe and most likely to get its photo in a book. Possibly versicolor arborea.
Stock Number: 40096
"Powder Puff" balls of crimson stamens throughout the year (if given adequate light and good fertilizer) on attractive woody trunks softened by ferny pinnate leaves -- very popular for bonsai or flowering pot subject. Do not allow to dry out. Ever. We can not ship this in cooler part of year.
Stock Number: 40110
"Day Jessamine" or "Willow-lvd Jasmine" West indies shrub with clusters of greenish-white flowers, with petals bent backward, spearmint-fragrant by day; followed by even more dramatic and strikingly beautiful eggplant purple berries in abundant sprays so dense as to tip the branchlets. Demands bright light & even m...
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Stock Number: 20463
Flared rosette of very succulent serrated leaves richly traced with silver, from which rise stout stems with soft lavender pouched flaring blossoms of considerable substance. Handsome Nakayama hybrid more free-flowering than species clones. Certainly one of the easiest of all houseplants, equally at home in the windows...
Stock Number: 66862
Excellent miniature "Calamondin Orange" popular as a decorative Christmas gift; without doubt, the easist citrus to set fruit in your hobby greenhouse--especially popular because the extremely colorful fruit is at its showiest during the Christmas season when you most need it. Many plant growers have good luck with thi...
Stock Number: 51017
"Belgian Hybrid Clivia" The usual commercial selection with large umbels of orange-red tubular blossoms, throated yellow, over very attractive deep evergreen leathery strap leaves. Unparalleled as a winter flowering houseplant, flowering in bright light; but hardly demanding direct sunlight or even good humidity to per...
Stock Number: 51020
While each seedling is of course different, we will send one with good stable patterns.
Stock Number: 51918
Remarkable Ecuadorian spiderwort mimics a giant fleshy Bromeliad with long succulent sheathing leaves (like a short Crinum) blushed purplish violet beneath. With maturity, produces showy heads of dark blue violet flowers with a dramatic white claw and red tipped sepals. Demands warm conservatory conditions. We send lar...
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Stock Number: 41100
"Flowering Coleus" This is a clone we received from Longwood Gardens some twenty plus years ago. We have been told that the flower is not exactly as it should be to be the true form. Order with this in mind. The picture is of our clone. We have included pictures from one of our customers here also. If you can give us a...
Stock Number: 60262
Pairs of wide flat oval hazy green leaves peppered and dimpled in purple-red on thick stems; mid-winter masses of starry pinkish-white blossoms sometimes in such numbers to often topple these pinkish stems, thus the "Fairy Crassula" in the European nursery trade. Very reliable mid-winter blossom sprays are hopelessly c...
Stock Number: 60288
Cascading succulent stems punctuated with pairs of rounded coarsely toothed waxed leaves with creamy-greengold central stripes--this sport originated in our greenhouses in the mid seventies and remains popular in the trade today. Terminal clusters of pale starry flowers appear midwinter.
Stock Number: 61008
Petite tumbling tinkertoy stems set with multitudes of paired tiny fat leaflets; cute tuffet for a planter. Always popular as a key element of succulent wreaths. The perfect tuffet for the base of a succulent bonsai and a big hit with Fairy Garden designers.
Stock Number: 51029
Variegated form of "Longneck Swamp Lily" of Natal; broad, nearly succulent leaves with creamy white and straw yellow stripes, usually with bright green rim top a somewhat woody trunk or "neck" adding much drama. Tulip shaped pale pink quickly fading to pearl white flowers in nodding clusters. This most showy. "Veldt Li...
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Stock Number: 42105
"Mexican Loosestrife" Slender arched stems, ranked w/ slim leaves, topped with petite lilac and green tubular blossoms with deep purple petals opposite four wider rosetoned petals. Height of bloom mid-winter. Easily grown also as a semi-aquatic. More a curiosity (and potential genetic pool for hybridizers) than an impo...
Stock Number: 41927
Marvelous step upward from the traditional "Firecracker Plant" (C. ignea/platycentra) with bright red tubular flowers on dark foliaged vigorous plants which translates as the ultimate Hummingbird favorite in our gardens here. This high performer is the best choice for urns, containers, and large baskets (especially if ...
Stock Number: 58452
Handsome "Brazilian Plume" produces many flower heads which resemble miniature "King's Crown" clusters. Upright Justicia like stems support outarching lateral branches with pairs of soft leaves over which strings of bubble gum pink cushions of blossoms pertly sit. Excellent for those not having enough room fr the...
Stock Number: 54561
Stout stalks with impressive foliage present the remarkably showy balls of crowded rich pink flowers emitting a rich honey fragrance. Needs light and room. Always good to observe that an old favorite is so totally back in style--especially with our many Florida and Texas collector customers. Nevertheless, most likely t...
Stock Number: 20102
"Carpet Violet: Excellent small species quickly creates a low carpet of shimmery leaves puncuated by very lacy white flowers. Prefers cooler temperatures and brighter light than its Episcia cousins. Typically sent in moist moss.
Stock Number: 51287
The excellent extremely fragrant "Compact Amazon Lily" with slimmer tighter foliage than the species grandiflora, yet relatively large waxy white daffodil shaped flowers are produced in considerable numbers once the offsetting bulbs reach a mature size thanks to your providing a warm richly fertilized mix with bight li...
Stock Number: 51040
"Amazon Lily" Highly scented white waxy blossoms shaped like nodding daffodils held above glossy deep green leaves; ideal houseplant for a room too warm for its amaryllis cousins to thrive.
Stock Number: 61002
"Everblooming Spurge" Elegant upright branching stems are cloaked with dark toned rubbery leaves perfectly framing the rich red cyathophylls (the "blossoms") which are produced with full light, even warmth, and good fertilizer. Looks like (and behaves like) a friendly thornless/spineless "Crown of Thorns" which does no...
Stock Number: 71233
Each thick leaf flaunts a rich golden flame-patterned center so that the heavily foliaged arching stems appear to be in bloom all summer, long after the early major show of thickly clustered acid yellow blossoms. Maintaining a rounded compact outline, this excellent shrub is lacking the open, somewhat irregular outline...
Stock Number: 70889
Emerging acid lime-colored leaves turn a bright gold as they harden; best summer color in partial shade. Distributed by Arnold Arboretum.
The summer foliage seems brighter than the late winter golden blooms.
Stock Number: 71726
After the early show of primrose yellow flowers in their multitudes, lovely golden bordered foliage emerges for full season interest. Very bold easily grown cultivar--we consider this the best and least demanding of the brightly variegated clones--the golden variegation is so bright that visitors mistake this (viewed f...
Stock Number: 70188
Random yellow to creamy lime variegation on foliage; hybrid of F. suspensa x viridissima with profuse large yellow flowers, thus called "Variegated Golden Bells." Can reach 10 feet. Very vigorous; but because of this shrub's somewhat irregular outline, is seldom available in the nursery trade.
Stock Number: 70774
Beautiful deep green leaves elaborately serrated to resemble flames, on stems reaching 10' covered with unique pastel yellow blossoms early spring if has not already put on its big display early December (in our climate). Distinctive lacy appearing foliage adds texture to any shrub grouping.
Stock Number: 71458
"Gold Vein Forsythia" Upright deeply arching stems (typically topping out at five feet) not only present a great pastel golden flowered display early spring but continue to impress with each dark green leaf richly patterned with a bright pewter gold vein network. Fabulous. This one lives up to its photos: to see its mo...
Stock Number: 59226
Unusual erect woody stems cloaked with rich leaves feathered purple along their veins tipped with clusters of thickened pendant soft salmon flowers with rich pink flush. Distinctive habit combined with a willingness to bloom throughout the summer if shielded from extremes of heat and sun.
Stock Number: 20166
Formerly Seemannia latifolia. "Christmas Slippers" This is a select evergreen clone with narrow felted dark leaves closely ranked, nearly obscuring the stiff cascading stems; topped with many red-orange slim guppy-mouthed blossoms during the winter months. Excellent houseplant; even when not in bloom the attractive fol...
Stock Number: 53023
"Butterfly Ginger" Fragrant white flowers top very tall stalks. The heavily perfumed ivory petals are used in Hawaiian leis, hence, also known as the "Garland Flower." Evergreen species easy to grow with good light.