Stock Number: 67359
"Purple Leaf Brown Jug Plant" or Tanzanian "Red Milk Bush" Thick upright woody/succulent trunk and side branches adorned with beautiful succulent leaves wine red with slight green flecking, purple beneath; red inflorescence featuring unusual bracts. Very attractive, very easy to grow with bright light to full sun. Quit...
Stock Number: 67360
"Brown Jug" Succulent olive-tan leaves freely flecked with purple; bizarre clusters of red autumn flowers. This is a botanical, not horticultural, use of the term 'variegata.' Easy traditional houseplant which is quite astounding if grown into a succulent standard.
Stock Number: 60793
"Fame Flower" or "Jewels of Opar" Slender erect stems bear obovate ivory-margined fleshy leaves; terminal pinkish-red flowers followed by berries create a haze of color much prized by designers. A Caribbean native, so avoid winter chills. A wonderful addition to any outdoor container, windowbox, even bedding as the cle...
Stock Number: 60607
Marvelous "Golden Fame Flower" selection made at Kingwood Center in Mansfield, Ohio with bright chartreuse-gold foliage creating a very striking contrast with the misty clusters of carmine flowers. This is now quite popular as an outdoor summer bedding subject--to see a sweep of these at Kingwood Center is a true desig...
Stock Number: 90231
Interesting dramatic members of such genera as Agave "Century Plants," Euphorbia, Monadenium, Stapelia "Starfish Plant," Senecio "Succulent Daisy," Pachypodium, Aloe, Haworthia, Gasteria "Bowtie Plants," Epiphyllum "Orchid Cactus" or Selenicerus (and other Cacti), and caudiform species. Let us know if these are headed ...
Stock Number: 41138
"Mint Oak" Tidy woody stems hold pelted succulent oak-shaped leaves with delicate mint fragrance; purple flowers appear on seasonal spikes. Eventually develops a gnarled woody base beloved by bonsai fanciers. Treat as you would its Iboza cousins. For a giant dramatic cousin, check Tetradenia.
Stock Number: 53149
"Mexican Chain Plant" Succulent tumbling stems are clasped by succulent waxy graygreen leaves resembling medieval armor. With sufficient light will suprise with lilac blushed spiderwort blossoms. Needs moving air and strong light.
Stock Number: 40957
Always popular vine. Wide leathery waxy leaves line the thick vining stems; important commercial "Vanilla Orchid" source of the vanilla bean--the yellow-green flowers are hard to produce with inadequate light, considerable heat, and considerable patience. Sent as generous unrooted cuttings in dry moss. If you wish us t...
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...
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Stock Number: 68078
"Striped Dagger" The pointed "Spanish Bayonet" stiff flat leaves are strikingly variegated with central blush ivory & and tan stripes--emerging somewhat pinkish in full sun. Slow tropical tree. Only a few available.
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Stock Number: 40978
"Fern Leaf Zamia" or "Fish Tail Zamia" Spindle trunks with thin, leathery shiny pinnate leaves giving air of elegance. Mexican native. Often in limited numbers.
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Stock Number: 41295
"Cardboard Palm" Very handsome golden brown tomentum covers the surface of the oblong hard leaflets on this thick, fat- trunked cycad. Must have sun light to maintain sculptural beauty. Certainly one of the most successful Cycads for small container culture.
Stock Number: 30446
"Aroid Palm" Very thick purpled petioles hold ranks of waxy succulent leaves on outarched thick succulent stems arising from a tuberous root. This elegant plant, now heavily marketed as the "ZZ Palm" is one of the few purely desert aroids. Beware that the leaflets typically shatter when shipped--just tuck them into a r...
Stock Number: 66069
"Christmas Cactus" Crab-claw segments form stems arching under the weight of large rose blushed blossoms fading to lovely apricot hues. Slow to establish. Sent as Unrooted Cuts in moss.
Stock Number: 60961
Deep crimson with striking ivory throat, large statured.
Stock Number: 66274
Arched segmented stems tipped mid winter with showy ivory blossoms with a trace of lilac at each throat.