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 ...
Stock Number: 40081
This does not get ordered as often as the above dwarf form, so it is propagated to order only. Called the "Foliage Flower Shrub" because of the white, pink emerald & purple oval leaves. True flowers are tiny green suction cup-shaped strands hidden beneath. This clone holds foliage if kept warm, not deciduous like F...
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Stock Number: 58369
This was first introduced to garden culture, we believe, just in recent years, especially by Landscape Environmentals, excellent source of many showy tropicals for summertime flourishes in East Coast gardens. We strongly suspect that these are the blossoms of a Mint (Labitae) when the impressive inflorescence appears--...
Stock Number: 42196
Handsome double flowered "Angel's Trumpet" leaves the viewer rather breathless. Dark pelted foliage distinct. Customers report this to easily produce heavily scented blossoms more reliably than others in a greenhouse setting; branches easily; seems to respond well to the restriction of containers. This hard working hyb...
Stock Number: 42268
Impressive arrays of luminous salmon-yellow trumpets dangle from the stout stems. Impressive conservatory subject. Leaves are cut Poinsettia style; trumpets typically darken to a deeper peachy orange than B. v. 'Apricot' (suaveolens x versicolor), although the distinction is minor. Visitors have told us that this seems...
Stock Number: 20257
Stout trunks produce their dangling pale sherbert peach blossoms while still immature of stature. Up close the elegant trumpet flowers reveal a cream white center with lime tones.
Stock Number: 54008
"Fancy Angel's trumpet" with elongated fls of yellow orange; both wider throated trumpets with stronger yellow tone than 'Charles Grimaldi' --Possibly B. suaveolens with bell shaped flowers (as opposed to the more typical trumpet shape of most hybrids); whatever its parentage, it remains the most vigorous grower in nor...
Stock Number: 42007
Impressive "Angel's Trumpet" from the Andes often listed also as B suaveolens cultivar. From curious substantial shrubs out-angle heavy pink trumpet flowers. Quite astounding when in winter flower--although the color may wash out in warm conditions.
Stock Number: 59201
"White Angel's Trumpet" Large white dangling flowers with heady nocturnal fragrance are produced with great abandon from vigorous elegantly branched stems-- according to some listings, considered the most elegant of the tribe and most likely to get its photo in a book. Possibly versicolor arborea.
Stock Number: 55580
Compact statured "Variegated Angel's Trumpet with foot long somewhat upturned clotted creamy white belled trumpets repeating the stunning white margins of the downy somewhat pleated leaves. Easiest to flower of the variegated clones we offer.
Stock Number: 42195
Rich trumpets dangle straight down like a versicolor type. Large trumpets of heavy glossy substance colored a creamy lime-yellow. Very regular re-flowering cycles of impressive numbers, indeed full flocks, of elegantly fluted dangling blossoms.
Stock Number: 41730
Fabulous "Kiss-Me-Quick" tropical shrub with broad leathery leaves, pelted beneath, accenting the extremely fragrant fls emerging delicate violet with white eye, then fading into ivory over the next few days, mostly appearing during winter & early spring.
Stock Number: 40086
"Indoor Oak" Low bush thickly foliaged with oak shaped leaves. thickly spaced with lobed undulating margins and thin leathery texture with metallic sheened surface. An old traditional houseplant now undergoing serious consideration by the tropical bonsai tweakers and wirers as the barky stems and willingness to be "con...