Stock Number: 56260
(thick stemmed) Quite a bold presence with thick bamboo mimic stalks shingled with bright acid green wide leaves with odd delicately toothed margins and an attractive pattern of veins. Dainty white flowers in considerable numbers mid-winter. Brazilian shrub with considerable presence--we suspect it secretly considers i...
Stock Number: 56263
(shrub) Wide waxy leaves of heavy substance, felted beneath, on strong short stems forming an impressive specimen. Pink toned blossoms during the spring. A Mickelson hybrid. Develops a russet red tone in high light; perfect basket plant as it slowly tumbles over the edge in self-branching clusters.
Stock Number: 56140
(rex) Small, shimmery crepe-red leaves zoned silver & sage green. Petite enough to fit into a Wardian case planting. More evergreen than most Rex dwarf hybrids if kept in its terrarium.
Stock Number: 56265
(rhizomatous) Enormous rhizomes anchor thick russett red petioles which bear impressive outfacing "Poinsettia" starburst leaves of rich amber green with distinctive maroon wedges of color at every vein branching. The Petasites of Begonias!
Stock Number: 56518
(shrub/cane) Dramatically outstretched stems thickly populated with glossy leaves, rose blushed beneath, with big white blossoms produced in open clusters once established. Typically this remains a propagate-to-order item, although often in stock for collectors.
Stock Number: 65336
[trailing-scandent] Lovely elongated softly pelted rich green leaves, with soft ochre radiating veins. overlap on the cascading stems; white winter flowers most elegant. Very attractive delicate appearance, yet easy to grow on the windowsill, impressive as a terrarium carpeting plant, and fantastic cascading from a win...
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Stock Number: 56504
(cane) Small statured angel wing with silver dots; shrimp pink blossoms. Charming heirloom with a certain legginess turned to advantage as older canes charmingly cascade.
Stock Number: 52054
Jerry Raack's striking hybrid of `Fantasia' with euphemiae rubra: spotted reddish purple tall slim urns with each leathery leaf arched at the very tip; deeply arching long inflorescence with bracts and blossoms of pink, violet and ochre. A most impressive specimen in time; yet of easy culture.
Stock Number: 52050
"Marbled Rainbow Plant"; "Gold Dust Urn" Coppery leaves highy blotched creamy white and pink; rose bracts with blue flowers. An antique hybrid, meaning that it is a hybrid from many years ago! Popular and reliable.
Stock Number: 52313
Clustering cream dappled dusky erect tightly folded urns created by leathery overlapping leaves with each tip tightly curved down. The rosy bracts accent the lizard green and bright blue blossoms.
Stock Number: 52051
"Queen's Tears" Narrow silver-bronze leathery leaves overlap tightly to form slender vases from which arch "weeping" flowerstalks with rose, green & violet "tear" flowers like "Indoor Oats." Tolerant of adverse conditions--always popular as a basic houseplant because the lovely inflorescences appear without fail ev...
Stock Number: 53361
Dark glossy upright vase of stiff leathery leaves with pale green and cream mottlings. Most dramatic contrast of any Billbergia we offer. This is definitely a visual rock star.
Stock Number: 52053
Red flowered "Summer Torch"; irregularly yellow-banded stiff leathery leaves tightly overlap into an impressively outflared erect urn of striped foliage. Impressive yet easily grown Bromeliad equally at home as a windowsill or as a hobby greenhouse citizen. Easy and showy, as well as tolerant of considerable exposure t...
Stock Number: 52056
Impressive small statured urn with golded-ochre margined leaves of gray-green flushed pink; rosy-pink bracts frame green flowers. Considered a hybrid of B. nutans x pyramidalis, far more compact than and much more slowly offsetting than the variegated clone of pyramidalis offered above. Remarkably beautiful.
Stock Number: 53237
"Rainbow Plant' Small erect tubular bronzy olive foliage with pinkish white mottling; from red bracts emerge weepy stems cloaked with blue flowers. Very beaurtiful although slow to clump. Be sure to plant in an orchid mix.
Stock Number: 52275
Unusual form with wide undulant leaves displaying large nearly translucent cream spots entangled by Art Deco slim dusty silver crossbands, all framed by decorative purple teeth. inflorescence of pink, green, and blue bracts and blossoms. One of our most beautiful and easily grown Bromeliads.
Stock Number: 52308
Softly mottled leathery leaves form erect urns; lovely weeping reblooming inflorescence or large rose bracts with blue & lime green petals--exhibiting its "Queen's Tears" parent's habit. Very easy houseplant; willing to bloom without any special fuss.
Stock Number: 11634
Available again now for Spring & Summer Shipping 2013. Charming "Dwarf Silver Tree Fern" with pewter gray toned arching fronds in a wide rosette atop the very gradually developing woody trunk. Needs good reliable humidity levels. This plant is also a possible subject for terrariums also.
Stock Number: 41025
The impressive "Lobster Claw Nettle" with one of the most unique decorative looks in the ornamental plant world. Stiff upright woody stems are ranked with heavily pebbled bright leaves with the leaf tip flaring out into two claws. Plusbranched spikes of bubble blossoms also know as "Chinese Silk Fishtail"
Stock Number: 60716
The famous Mexican "Silk Floss Tree" makes a handsome potted caudiform subject with emerging red leaves handsomely designed; planted outside in the tropics this thick trunked tree rapidly develops considerable stature, displaying bundles of rose pink "Shaving Brush" silky stamens. Excellent indoors for those of us not ...
Stock Number: 58493
Low spreading branches draped with creamy-margined leaves; dramatically extending the showy clusters of bright blueberry blue bracts.. Performs well even on a bright sunny windowsill. Only shipped in warm monhs.
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Stock Number: 41822
Low spreading branches draped with creamy-margined leaves; dramatically extending the showy clusters of hot pink bracts hued magenta. Performs well even on a bright sunny windowsill. Only shipped in warm months.
(Side note: The white somewhat powdery substance visible in some of our pictures is styro...
Stock Number: 41548
"Madeira Vine" or "Mignonette Vine" From tuberous roots rise rapidly growing stems with succulent leaves and racemes of heavily fragrant white flowers. Argentina native, thus the tubers are persistent in subtropical zones if below any frost line; in the north, either dig or bring in the container for winter. Nonetheles...
Stock Number: 65084
"Climbing Onion" Pale spherical bulbs send up many-branched stems of pale ochre; flowers greenish-white. Considered to be quite toxic if ingested--do not grow this intriguing plant if children are around, (or pets.)
The pictures are of a mature specimen. You will receive a starter sized plant.
Stock Number: 40078
Strongly richly scented "Lady of the Night" blossoms; this orchid has succulent terete leaves. Needs very bright light, perfect drainage.
Stock Number: 54003
Petite three-lobed leaflets (held in wheel-spoked whorls) often rimmed in lime-green; possibly a variegated sport of 'Renate.'
Stock Number: 41344
New leaves emerge in wheels of waxy blunt-edged, dimple-tipped leaflets with bright yellow green centers; yellow striped trunks; vigorous dwarf schefflera.
Stock Number: 58361
"Moondrop Schefflera" Very petite habit: dwarf erect trunks heavy with small waxy fingered wheelspoke leaves irregularly margined in very pure bright white. Most petite of the ones we offer; and also the most brightly, purely white variegated. A big hit with the tropical bonsai crowd.
Stock Number: 41546
Large seven-leaved whorls irregularly margined bright white, fading to ochre-cream tones--occasionally the white is in the leaf center. Fashy cultivar of "Hawiian Schefflera."
Stock Number: 41953
Marvelous "Dwarf Snowbush" with oval green & white "Foliage Flower" leaves on zig-zagging stems. Very lovely miniature form with stronger color contrast (plus pinkish when cool); very sought after for "mame" subject in Asia. This is a plant we originally brought into the country in the late seventies. We have sold ...