Stock Number: 68323
Frank Neitz name for a distinct form possibly related to `Bantel' or "Forescate" from the former OSU collection: Tall erect sword leaves with pale gold coloration with deep green margins with transverse lines showing. To us, this appears to be a dwarf and narrow form of "Forescate." This is a true rarity.
Stock Number: 68240
"Silver Snakeplant" of a more reduced stature than most cultivars. Elegant narrow silver gray lance leaves maintain clear color in elegant upright vase-rosettes. Do not confuse with the smaller 'Gray Lady.'
Stock Number: 68436
Limited at times. Richly saturated wide gold margins with dark pleated centers curiously striated--the somewhat coriaceous surfaces typically sport many gold threads throughout the centers. The thick centered strap leaves form a distinctive outreaching vase shaped rosette (often with many leaves per rosette) with matur...
Stock Number: 68346
Bill Barnett's selection: new succulent leaves with pale green interiors morph with age to a rich yellow ochre accented by the deep green dramatic margins. Remember: the variegation appears with time as the leaf mature, not immediately--but a mature clump is much brighter than the old cultivar 'Medio-picta.'
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Stock Number: 68243
Irregular golden yellow striping random throughout the leaf--the only consistent characteristic is its inconsistency. Robert Wagner's selection remains hard to describe as it keeps transforming: doubtless among the most striking of the recent variegates (the coloration places it near 'Craigii') even though its urge to ...
Stock Number: 68214
USDA hybrid with erect curved leaves, very thick, semi-terete, so that a cross-section resembles a "Crescent Moon" with a cat's tail of mottled bands fading with age. Apparently the same as USDA19527: H51-13. Interesting, easy houseplant.
Stock Number: 69389
Grigsby's clone with very thick succulent leaves banded and randomly striped with bright solid gold. Very handsome; very strong of constitution when given high light and porus soil to flourish. Certainly among the most visually striking and culturally durable of the variegated "Mother-in-Law's Tongue" leaf types. The p...
Stock Number: 99076
No common "Mother-in-Law Tongues" here--we will include bizarre foliage types, rare and uncommon species, and variegates among the 5 plants
Stock Number: 67518
Bright green strong cylindrical leafless stems make Art Noveau patterns in their artful windings. This easily grown vine produces Hoy-like blossoms.
Stock Number: 60445
"Mule Tail" Easily grown (in full light and adequate moisture with perfect drainage) large "Burro Tail" with tightly packed pearl-toned leaves completely covering the cascading succulent stems; considered a Hummel creation named for one of his contemporary nurserymen.
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: 67475
Red edged fat kneeled leaves stud the arching thick stems of this old favorite. White flowers in domed clusters.
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Stock Number: 60462
Smaller, rounder & whiter leaves than the traditionall "Burrotail" on strong stiff cascading stems; silvery meal-dusted leaves less likely to shatter than other similar species. The best form by far for a dramatic hanging basket plant; wonderful in succulent wreath designs.
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Stock Number: 60466
"Star Sedum" Soft much-branched ascending stems are covered with soft white-margined leaves; Its low mat-forming quality makes this a common cascading basket subject and a natural for succulent wreaths. Cool winters trigger this Japanese species to cover itself with starry yellow flowers late spring. Although listed in...
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Stock Number: 60469
"Snow Ladder" General habit and character of S. lineare, but the white-edged shingled spatulate leaves are rounded--overlapping on trailing soft stems to form "stairways"; yellow flowers. Japanese native much used by wreath designers and basic in succulent dish gardens.
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: 60470
"Mexican Stonecrop" Mounds of waxy fresh-green soft needle shaped leaves densely packed on hidden fat toppling stems--makes a perfect ground cover for stemmy pot plants; quite basic for decorative small hanging baskets or dish gardens; a basic for succulent wreaths and small moss topiary. Starry yellow flowers usually ...
Stock Number: 60471
"Burro Tail" Pendant stems covered with fat spindle-shaped silvery-white leaves. Handsome when overhead watering (like: rain) is avoided--this is not the easily grown S. burrito. The leaves easily shatter--we prefer not to ship this as the plant usually arrives with the leaves (which do root) separated from the stems! ...
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Stock Number: 80870
"Jellybean Stonecrop" Native to Oaxaca, Mexico but a natural for any succulent dish garden with clustering thick short stems studded with tubular glacous/chalky blue clubshaped leaves curved upward with fat tips waxing reddish in full sun.
Stock Number: 60859
Available from time to time. Inquire. Bronzy avacado green flat fleshy leaves on upright widely flattened (fasciated) succulent stems, thus creating art deco "Jade Cockscomb" shapes.
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Stock Number: 66279
Rather distinctive Jade like sedum that grows fast and furious. Very rewarding succulent for the novice collector.
Stock Number: 60450
Modest-sized carpets of slim stems punctuated by plump pinkish-green to dusky rose leaves--color marbled coral in full sun; forms full toppling mounded "Chocolate Donkeytail." Unusual lovely mounding carpet originally from Hummel.
Stock Number: 61217
Tiny tumbling mounds of fleshy gray foliage; very lovely delicate appearance, but of robust and fast growth. Perfect groundcover in any succulent container.
Stock Number: 66065
"Sausage Cactus" Sport of the Cuban species with spineless swollen "sausage" stems in linked (extruded?) sections. Marvelously bizarre effect for any collecton of oddities. Sometimes sent as a unrooted cutting in dry moss--grow as an epiphyte.
Stock Number: 60608
Very distinctive Madagascar native with slim stems climbing by means of the spiralling elegant cylindrical lvs with odd incurved hooked tips; yellow flowers. This clone is shorter, more erect, and more self-branching than the species form.
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Stock Number: 60563
"Sausage Daisy" or "Candle Plant" Purple-etched swollen stem sections (like bluish Vienna sausage links weaving around) with terminal tufts of deeply lobed incised leaves (soon deciduous); pallid yellow flowers in season. Sun loving Cape of Africa native usually sent as an unrooted/somewhat rooted division in dry moss ...
Stock Number: 60565
Violet etched swollen segmented "sausage" stem tipped with inciesd frilly leaves variegated creamy, violet. Will be sent as unrooted cuttings.
Stock Number: 60570
"Sudan Kleinia" Tongue-shaped grayish foliage on erect succulent stems. This elegantly toned easily grown species is newly popular again as it beautifully complements hotter colors in urn, windowbox, and patio container combinations of tropicals in the summer (temperate zone) garden. The silvery gray foliage works well...
Stock Number: 60571
Vertical ranks of handsome laterally positioned purple-rimmed flattened thick leaves cling closely attached to the thick swollen erect stems. Eventuall produces yellow tip blossoms like tiny dandelions. Really develops true presence in time. Madagascar native.
Stock Number: 60572
"Harpoon Daisy" or "Spearhead Plant" Blue-gray stems sport many thick grooved leaves with incurved notches at the tips resembling medieval spikes. Easily grown unique houseplant.; excellent addition to summertime deck containers as well as the texture and color add considerable visual interest to any planting.