Stock Number: 55614
Can be a bit tricky if grown as a houseplant; best procedure is to grow in the garden and treat as an tender perennial. It is also good as an urn plant. Very limited but available for April-May Shipping. The remarkable "Variegated Evening Trumpet" While famous as Scopolamine's source, this fabulous creature merits a pr...
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Stock Number: 42265
Large purple speckled cream trumpets held semi-erect thereby revealing the three-tiered fragrant layers: "Double Purple Horn of Plenty" famous as source of Scopolamine. Sometimes listed as D. arborea 'Double Black.' Always creates a sensation here when it starts blooming late summer.
Stock Number: 66895
Erect stalks hold an umbrella of foliage topped with rather extraordinary upfacing three-tiered lemon gold "Horn of Plenty" trumpets; source of scopolamine. Also know as D. chlorantha; probably correct as D. atraemonium plena. Very robust and decorative.
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Stock Number: 10484
"White Rabbit Foot." The arched, vigorous foot is covered with pure white hairs-- very furry. The fronds are lacy and deep, rich green. "Humata" is the true genus name, but we double referenced it because it looks so much like a Davallia and sometimes appears as such in the wholesale trade. Excellent as a pot plant, ou...
Stock Number: 10311
Larger form of rabbit foot fern. Leaves are larger and heavier than the Davallia trichomanoides. Eventually makes a good basket. This may take a longer time to prepare to ship as a very slow growing seasonal species.
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Stock Number: 10321
The Standard brown rabbit foot fern. Sometimes called "Squirrel Foot." Foliage is finely highly divided and light to medium green--typically larger than its showier cousin, Humata tyermanii.
Stock Number: 83113
While often a star in the hobby greenhouse in late fall, it is also very hardy in our climate. Excellently densely foliaged "Sheffield Mum" with beguiling single soft pink single flowers during late fall--and thus often grown in the hobby greenhouse in northern climes. Very winter hardy and pest free in our climate.
Stock Number: 61701
Shamelessly dramatic "Cascade Mum" for brilliant late Fall displays with much terminal branching to present the cluster of scarlet red flowers, each with a showy bronzy yellow center. Very vigorous--loved by topiary and bonsai fanciers. While winter hardy outdoors here, the very late blooming date deems this a potplant...
Stock Number: 41480
Unidentified stoloniferous species (perhaps D. tasmanica?) with erect arched leaves striped and margined with brilliant white. Slim wands hold nodding lilac blossoms. Striking specimen for full light. Does well as an indoor house plant.
Stock Number: 58452
Handsome "Brazilian Plume" produces many flower heads which resemble miniature "King's Crown" clusters. Upright Justicia like stems support outarching lateral branches with pairs of soft leaves over which strings of bubble gum pink cushions of blossoms pertly sit. Excellent for those not having enough room fr the...
Stock Number: 88642
Popular slightly scented "Pinks" of blackish maroon with a white underpetal giving a picotee effect--perfect for the black garden. Winter in a cold frame in northern climes. Excellent winter greenhouse subject as well. Not usually hardy outdoors in our Z6 climate.
Stock Number: 50517
"Blue Ginger" Heads of dark electric-blue flowers top tall, jointed stems with glossy heavy leaves faintly banded silver & toned purplish-blue beneath. Brazilian native of easy culture. This and its name arrived here from Longwood Gardens many years ago. The amount of coloration on the foliage depends strongly on l...
Stock Number: 41947
Handsome Carex cousin with tidy grassy tufts accented by slim tight clusters of elegant stems topped with star shaped bracts of clear white modulating to green tips. This beautiful "Star Grass" prefers semi-aquatic culture. "White Top Sedge"
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Stock Number: 50014
Cupped oval gray leaves, richly velvety haired surfaces giving a silvery tone, on low arching stems; showy brick-red two lipped rust orange designed blossoms in "King's Crown" heads appear during winter. From Uruguay (and thus tolerant of considerable chill), where this is known as the "Hummingbird Plant," this undeman...
Stock Number: 30189
"Dumbcane" Very thick trunk supports strong wide leaves with creamy white lateral veins. Sturdy large plants from start to finish. We recommend this basic houseplant because it tolerates cooler temps than most.
Stock Number: 43070
Central cream veins accent the creamy ocher leaf with its occasional forest green blotches; darker shading at margins dramatically accented by a showy ivory rim. One could call this dwarf statured "Margined Dumbcane" more variegated than patterned. Petite enough to include in a large wardian case design.
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Stock Number: 30202
Pointed leaf has bold white midrib and almost randomly scattered creamy dots; the leaf stalks (as well as the striated trunks) are ivory white and thus quite popular in Asia as considered to denote "bringer of good luck." Perhaps identical to 'Sao Antonia' in the Philippine trade. For the collector of seldom available ...
Stock Number: 30524
Relaxed thick trunks topped with flourishes of long dusky green leaves with creamy lime midriks and totally random irregular slashes of cream variegation- no two leaves have a similar pattern. For the collector. This is not a reliable houseplant.
Stock Number: 55594
Moisture loving "Venus' Flytrap" does best in a terrarium if not situated in a Carolina bog. This selected meristemmed form flaunts unusually large, wide traps with most of the marginal hairs fused. Distinctive.
Stock Number: 55512
Mexican "Virgin's Palm" forming a thick trunk supporting the stiff Cycad leaves. These are sold as small well established seedlings.
Stock Number: 60965
Mexican "Turtle Back Plant" with corky caudex and slim vines with glossy leaves.
Stock Number: 60044
"Propeller Vine" Propeller-shaped pairs of attractive gray- green leaves on soft swollen pendant (or climbing if it can find something to twine around) stems make this a great basket subject--extremely popular twining about on open wire topiary frames. Bizarre little clusters of urn shaped blimp blossoms sometimes appe...
Stock Number: 60052
Similar habit to D. albida; but the fat glaucous leaves, always in pairs, are more diamond shaped. A collection from Nanning, China introduced by Plant It Herbs initially.
Stock Number: 61024
Slim stems stiftly arch out under the weight of precisely ranked small fleshy trapizoidal leaves. Very cute; much admired by those who collect the smaller statured Hoyas. As with all Dischidias, this needs a perfectly drained epiphytic mix in order to thrive, eventually forming an arching carpet of deep green cookie cu...
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Stock Number: 59179
Attractive vine with opposite succulent leaves; odd blimp blossoms like tiny urns crouded into tight clusters. This is a great performer on wire topiary with its cute fleshy propeller leaf pairs like fleshy ears on the soft succulent (and very pliable) stems. Our customers often use this accomodating groundcover at the...
Stock Number: 40197
"False Aralia" Slim lacy palmate leaves; on elegant dark purple woody stems. Good hemp mimic! Available once again. An old Victorian favorite.
Stock Number: 40196
"False Aralia" selection with very dark wide leaflets of dark green with pinked (as with sheers) rims--deep violet toned undersides. Has also been marketed as 'Castor' and as 'Olympia' over the years.
Stock Number: 41919
Marvelous selection of "False Aralia" with each threadlike metalic segment of the palmate leaves elegantly margined soft tannish pink when emerges, soon fading to a pale cream. Needs pruning to encourage juvenile foliage. This is for larger terrarium enclosures primarily (popular as an exclamation point in wardian case...
Stock Number: 54561
Stout stalks with impressive foliage present the remarkably showy balls of crowded rich pink flowers emitting a rich honey fragrance. Needs light and room. Always good to observe that an old favorite is so totally back in style--especially with our many Florida and Texas collector customers. Nevertheless, most likely t...
Stock Number: 41748
Marvelous caudiform species with bowling pin trunk studded with small thick leaves and cute "open-handed" hypanthodiums. Prefers warmth, thus ideal for growing under lights. Certainly the least demanding (culturally) of the caudiform group of Dorstenias.