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: 58717
An easily grown related to Hoya darwinii, but easier to cultivate. Flower bloom upright. Spotted thick leaves are very distinctive. Sent as an unrooted cutting in moss. Nomenclature uncertain.
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Stock Number: 60101
Probably a H. carnosa cultivar or form. Very wide waxy oval silver-brushed lvs perfectly foil the pale pink & maroon flowers. Of easy culture.
Stock Number: 60110
Curious somewhat pelted leaves on a slow growing vine. Lovely ivory yellow waxy clusters of flowers. Heirloom. Nomenclature rather muddled, but the plant is always dependable, always popular.
Stock Number: 60294
Thick oval leaves of deep tones with a sprinkling of pale speckles. Very slow growing vine, typically sent as an unrooted cutting.
Stock Number: 58359
Elongated small leathery jade like leaves with raised veins. Blooms not recorded here in the greenhouses, but one of our customers has bloomed it as shown. In very limited availability - shipped as mossed cuttings.
Stock Number: 60752
Impressive large broad quilted somewhat glossy leaves with palmate venation; buttery yellow waxy blossoms with white centers in many-flowered umbels. Rangy big-boned Philippines viner with bronzy pink tones developing in high light. Mossed unrooted cuttings will be sent so you can set this rambling vine free in your gr...
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Stock Number: 60953
Heavy waxy leaves strewn with silvery pink brushings on vigorous compact vine; clusters of fragrant blossoms not quite as easily produced as those of the H. carnosa tribe. Tolerant of less than ideal conditions; perfect lush decorative focal point on any windowsill; perhaps still the most satisyfing and visually stunni...
Stock Number: 60115
"Fishtail Hoya" Pairs of thin fishtail-shaped leaves with dark prominent veins on arching stiff stems which soon dramatically cascade downward under the weight of the leaves and the odd umbles of creamy-tan flowers with reddish purple coronas in the center. Himalayan native, thus needs cooler, less sunny conditions tha...
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Stock Number: 60117
A small statured, modest plant that goes under several names. Some people dislike the fragrance that comes from the ivory blooms with pinkish centers--others detect a hint of cloves. Down tured soft tomentose leaves on short looping vining stems happiest on bark or moss as has extremely shallow roots. Originally a smal...
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Stock Number: 60768
"Harlequin Wax Plant" Chimaera of 'Red Buttons' halved with 'Purpureo-fusca [Hort]' with often one half of a leaf or flower cluster being splotched or entire, or not at all! Quite remarkable coversation piece. Shipped as unrooted cuttings in moss.
Stock Number: 60098
"Stringbean Hoya" Dark scooped beanpod leaves in pairs; interesting clusters of quite waxy ivory blossoms with rose-red crown. Sikkim native a natural cascading from a hanging basket. According to Kloppenburg's photos, our clone is most correct as longifolia. Often shipped as unrooted cuttings in moss.
Stock Number: 58718
A distinctive South China species with pairs of round, quite convex leaves (a Dischidia mimic) a leathery basil tone; Waxy beige and maroon blossoms often numbering up to 20 per inch in a single umble. Happiest grown on a moss surface as the roots are decidedly shallow. Usually shipped as mossed unrooted cuttings.
Stock Number: 60773
Lovely rich green pelted leaves with darkly blushed margins; flat-planed umbels of small ball-shaped rich red fls appear almost year round if kept warm with adaquate humidity--the modest size, beautifully pelted foliage and easily trained stems continue to make this one of the most popular "Wax Plants" for a small area...
Stock Number: 60142
Ethiopian with 4-5 angled stems and basal greenish-yellow flowers with brownish stripes. From the Peterson collection. We got this many years ago. This is a good grower.
Stock Number: 60164
Chocolate violet flowers with cinnamon mahogany tones outside the bells produced in clusters as the base of the glossy upright (then tumbling) succulent short columnar stems ribbed with rows of soft "teeth." Easily grown cousin of the Stapelias, flourishing under the same growing conditions--and importantly, the most e...
Stock Number: 60138
We almost always have this plant available. Large cream flowers with bright chocolate-magenta annulus ring semi-gloss waxed. Also called H. blackbeardae. The upright succulent stems are sent as unrooted segments in dry moss. Will not toleratae chill; we cannot ship this in cooler months of the year.
Stock Number: 66264
Famous edible Guatamalan "Dragon Fruit" follows the most remarkable nocturnal fragrant foot long white blossoms which emerge from the most impressively statured three winged glaucous clambering stems of this semi-epiphytic big-boned Cactus. Typically sent in dry moss--although potted ones are often mailed as well. Be w...
Stock Number: 60787
Curious Jatropha from Mexico which is grown above ground in cultivation, although its tuber is underground in nature. We find that this plant adapts well in bright windows in the home and greenhouse. Substantial plants available this year.
Stock Number: 60127
The errect stems cloaked with fiddle shapped leaves, flaunt clusters of clear pinkish red blossoms.
Stock Number: 67399
Fiddle-shaped richly toned foilage on upright shrublet with a constant show of deep rose red flowers in erect clusters as long as good light (full sun if you are as far north as us) is available. Cuban "Peregine" performs well as a container plant. Give bright light and avoid EVER allowing the roots to chill and this w...
Stock Number: 60921
Erect, perpendicularly branched slim woody stems punctuated by small succulent leaves and (with maturity) mauve pink winter flowers. The small dark green succulent paddle leaves stud the dividing erect woody stems as a miniature tree-like woody trunk gradually develops. Distinct and handsome (eventually reaching consid...
Stock Number: 60381
"Beechleaf Feltbush" believed to be a hybrid originating with Ed Hummel from whom this clone derives well over thirty years ago. Tightly stacked succulent gray-furred leaves on stubby, slowly branched gray furred stems; very attractive, excellent window sill pot plant if given adequate light saturation., eventually for...
Stock Number: 60374
Gray green noodle leaves in rigid opposite pairs with ridged tips producing adventitious plantlets, on scrambling wiry stems. Clusters of pendant glossy olive calyx bells, each with shiny salmon-pink petals with violet-speckled rims--quite a midwinter show. (Probably constitutes a distinct species as yet unidentified f...
Stock Number: 60373
"False Hoya" The wiry stems and blackish-green narrow curved leaves are Hoya mimics--but the adventituous plantlets on the leaf tips and the nodding maroon-dotted flask flowers strongly indicate the true identity. From Madagascar, where the hooked leaves help in the scramble through the brush and thornshrubs to display...
Stock Number: 60375
OFTEN OF LIMITED AVAILABILITY. Thick glaucous smooth small leaves with very ornate crenate and fingered edges furled down to form a naked fist--can be a challenge to grow outside greenhouse conditions. Most unique member of a diverse set of variations within one species.
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Stock Number: 60376
Ruth Crane's remarkable clone with multiple large "fang" projections covering the underleaf of the heavily pelted, triangular leaves. Sensational "Stalactite Plant" easily grown in warm, bright spot. Possibly a `Roseleaf' sport--give very bright light to encourage the formation of masses of monstrose fangs.
Stock Number: 60378
Very ornate crenate and fingered edges; the typical but not very common standard form. Inquire. Fernleaf Feltbush" Deep rusty-chocolate large opposite leaves are deeply lobed and fluted--doubly dentate.
Stock Number: 60879
Heavy rigid notchless triangular leaves with dusky rough felt surfaces. Eventually enormous given space & time. This easily grown felted cupleaved beauty is shamelessly showy when added to a mixed summer container.
Stock Number: 61043
Deeply lobed leaves furl down scimitar style displaying a rich rusty gold pelting--absolutely must have full sun to properly form. Larger statured than 'minima.' Very very slow growth rate. We have added extra stock plants of this handsome dwarf form to cover the increasing demand for this--we propagate from stem/trunk...