Stock Number: 30463
Florida clone with appearance of a large A. scandens: shaggy upright stems with small slim leathery leaves; undistinguished green-spathed inflorescenceorescence followed by attractive pearly clusters of fruit. Of easy culture, this modest winner is now marketed as the "Mother of Pearl" vine because the berries are so a...
Stock Number: 30125
Dwarf hybrid with delightful shinny scarlet blossoms flared out into ear-like lobes tinted greenish; clumping habit. Difficult to bloom.
Stock Number: 66719
The Jamaican "Pelican Flower" vine with large "bent pipe" shaped flowers veined & dappled chocolate purple, accented with a long tail--some find the greyish netted flowers' scent to be rather foul. While always a remarkable drama in any greenhouse; some customers report success letting this become the attractive &a...
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Stock Number: 59233
"Swallowtail Pipes" Leathery three lobed rounded batwing shaped leaves with pale ochre veins--beloved by Swallowtail Butterflies. Upfacing pale tubular flowers with bizarre reddish mahogany twisting tails. Easy to grow vine (indeed, as easy to grow as any Philodendron!) with sturdy foliage so attractive it need never b...
Stock Number: 41001
"Everblooming Lavender" Clear cheerful reddish-pink buds open to magenta blossoms freely produced on arching square stemmed shrublet; softly-haired leaves turn rust-red & purple in high light. Must have moist soil. A fast growing easily grown cousin of the "Princess Trees" perfect for a large urn, as well as the wi...
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Stock Number: 54557
Vigorous four sided stems arch under the lush veined foliages and terminal sprays of bright fluttery white flowers mostly produced during the winter months. Easy. Species still undetermined.
Stock Number: 54584
Much sought-after tropical "Red Butterfly Bloodflower" can be constantly in bloom if given full light; the center is dark orange accenting the red. Can even be kept in bloom in a sunny south window in Colorado in the middle of winter according to our customers. While the perennial cousins have a limited bloom period ou...
Stock Number: 66777
inflorescence "Hairy Ball" podded "Bladder Fruit" whose slim stems and willowy leaves are topped with creamy white flower clusters (beloved by butterflies) followed by big sea urchin shaped pods. South African easily reaching 6' in one summer. If you are of a somewhat more delicately evolved personality, please call th...
Stock Number: 42259
Usually called smilax or "Bridal Creeper" (really!) as the wiry stems hold their bright glossy waxy leaflets as long as to be perfect greens for any bouquet or floral arrangement. None the less, an excellent cheerful pot plant for your windowsill. For a large listing of "Asparagus Ferns" please refer to the...
Stock Number: 40051
"Cast Iron Plant" or "Barbershop Plant" so called because the upflung dark leather lance leaves tolerate poor conditions. In time produces weird soil-level flowers with eight purple-ridged petals:thus explaining the name: "aspidistra" means "little shield." This species produces solitary green leaves--although many con...
Stock Number: 40055
Mature leaf tips of this "Frosted Cast Iron Plant" fade to soft white, shading to palest green. Known in USA also as `Asahiharan' (meaning "rising sun") and as "Snow Peaks." Typically the frosty tip variegation appears second year as the dramatic erect leaf matures--the variegation is much more distinct if the leaf har...
Stock Number: 40082
Wide leaves with large dots & dashes widely scattered, thus giving (to some extent) the appearance of a giant 'Milky Way.' Slow to establish, but worth the patience for the dedicated plant collector. This is the Japanese nursery trade clone--not the one found in Florida trade.
Stock Number: 40052
Short leaves beautifully spotted ivory; clumping "Miniature Cast Iron Plant" better suited to limited spaces. Beautiful. Perhaps A. lurida (from China) as 2 or 3 leaves tend to arise together from a single basal sheath. By far the best one for the house & easiest to bloom in the greenhouse. An excellent groundcover...
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Stock Number: 40054
Irregular cream white bands highlight the leathery leaves. Slow growth, but a beautiful effect--full sun in the deep south can burn the solid ivory sections with dry exposure.. Same totally bizarre basal blossoms as the species. No two leaves will flaunt the same stripe pattern.
Stock Number: 10047
A selected form of this wonderful fern, probably a faster and more robust clone called "Floralee." Long waxed lacy fronds with baby ferns growing on the leaf surface of the arching fronds. Easy (but slow) and choice. Cool spots tolerated; regular reliable humidity levels imperative making this a challenge as a house pl...
Stock Number: 11553
Recent introduction to the "Birdsnest" group of ferns, similar to Asplenium nidus and Asplenium Antiquum, but the leaves are more like rubber and the stature is shorter and the nest wider. This is an amazing little Bird's nest fern. So slow growing we only have a couple each year.
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Stock Number: 11408
Available for shipping in May. We have nice sized plants available now. Decorative "Japanese Birdsnest Fern" form with elegant slim fronds with wavy ruffled margins, forming bowl-shaped specimens thriving in high-light areas, tolerating low humidity. Gives a Shirly Temple tone to your ferns.
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Stock Number: 58405
Vigorously cascading "Margined Ganges Primrose" with pale lilac flowers revealing pale mother of pearl throats are perfectly poised over the lacy appearing lance leaf foliage mounds with each leaf brightly margined yellow ivory. Ganges valley native perfect in window combinations; equally popular as a bright eyecatcher...
Stock Number: 40060
Beautiful waxy leaves dappled gold in opposite pairs lining the woody upright stems. Considered zone 8 winter hardy.