Stock Number: 53027
Oriental hybrid originally received from plantsman Jack Craig outstanding with neat slim foliage topped with clusters of undulant white petals & spidery tufts on the intensely fragrant flowers. with the dark yellow centers; reaches considerable stature. The perfume can become almost overwhelming in a closed greenho...
Stock Number: 53030
Oriental hybrid. "Shin"=new; "Sei"=green. Dramatic clusters of white and yellow blossoms with guacamole green featherings. In limited production; best to inquire before ordering this giant creature originally sent to us by Jack Craig.
Stock Number: 53129
Dark foliaged compact growing "Lobster Claw" with marvelous red & white flowers in impressive dangling clusters. The overall size can be controled somewhat by container size.
Stock Number: 54051
Short stalked clone of the "Dwarf Lobster Claw" with very thickly set wide showy foliage. As matures, will produce dramatic red bracts from which emerge white blossoms with green tips. Best one for indoor house culture as it remains more compact than the rest of the tribe and can even be flowered in a sunny plant room-...
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Stock Number: 88874
Lovely "Sichuan Leaf Flower" a graceful shrub with dark slim leaves so fused (with peduncles) to present the yellow flowers and then the purple fruit "on the leaf" (petiole fused to the peduncle). Used as a salad green in Japan where it is considered to be Zone 7 hardy. We have now propagated our stock plants because s...
Stock Number: 41030
"Baby Tears" Mossy mat of tiny dewdrop leaves; tiny green flowers; European name, "Corsican Curse" indicates origin. Needs humidity. Often used as a bonsai groundcover for plants that are kept evenly moist. Works in a terrarium to a fault.
Stock Number: 41031
"Golden Baby Tears" Tiny leaves a rich acid yellow: tempermental terrarium plant groundcover as can be charmingly bright in any terrarium design. If needed in larger numbers, we will consider your needs on a propagate-to-order basis as this can be maddingly slow to produce. Easily overwhelmed by a nearby Selaginella--s...
Stock Number: 31387
"Variegated Baby Tears" Delicate intricate mats of tinsy leaves, each delicately outlined with a parchment white rim. A very sought after terrarium gem.
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Stock Number: 50030
"Waffle Plant" Shiny maroon marginally rolled leaves extremely quilted and seriously puckered and paired on red stems rooting at each node. Even flourishes as an aquatic plant!
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Stock Number: 50031
"Variegated Waffle Plant" the oval puckered metallic-purpled pairs of leaves, each with an attractively rolled margin, are splotched with straw yellow; wonderful as the furled margins reveal the wine-red underleaf. Popular for hanging baskets, for mossed topiaries, for windowboxes, a large wardian case, and indoor sunn...
Stock Number: 50033
"Baby Waffle" Slightly puckered, purple grape-sized leaves on miniature creeping stems creating extensive lovely low mats and thus quite popular as a Terrarium subject and as a basic for mossed topiary. Very effective cascading from a windowbox or patio urn; a traditional low growing houseplant; more recently also disc...
Stock Number: 59397
"Narrow Leaf Flame Ivy" Metallic purplish papery narrow leaves in attractive trailing clumps; odd papery tan flowers. "Dragon Flame Creeper" newly popular as a lovely cascading filler for intimate windowboxes, small patio container combinations, mossed topiaries and even as a semi-aquatic for tubs. In fact, this is so ...
Stock Number: 10460
"Strawberry Fern" or "Heart Fern" Felted tri-lobed fronds form a rosette of lovely small stature; plantlets potentitally form in the center of the fronds. Demands high humidity; abhors high temperatures.This will do well as a terrarium plant.
Stock Number: 58497
Foliage and flowering plant. Dense, upright perennial, with variegated foliage and red blushed stems, light lavender flowers are held above the foliage in spring and summer. Great for indoor training and pseudo-bonsai.
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Stock Number: 40948
Unusual Hibiscus cousin: attractive dark lance leaves along woody upright stems with remarkable blossoms: impressive whorled brilliantly red incurved bracts overwhelm the solt reddish purple petals and blue anthers. A most unique attractive look--perfect for the jaded collector. Be the first on your block harboring a T...
Stock Number: 58364
A wonderful variegated form of Hibsicus eetveldianus. The strong stems are cloaked with deeply fingered purplish leaves richly splashed with cream, soft pink, and deep burgundy. It makes a great outdoor summertime plant, but can be grown as a bright window plant inside at all times of the year--especially amusing when ...
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Stock Number: 51707
This plant sometimes goes under the name of Hibiscus acetosella. The excellent "Maple Leaved Mallow" with blackish purple maple shaped (sure!) deeply lobed leaves blushed red in full sun. Engaging mimic of "Mary Jane" for an erect accent in planters and urns; if a consevatory subject, expect dusky sultry wine-toned win...
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Stock Number: 41610
Large Dombya-like lvs and short season showy pastel lemon blossoms (fading to crome) with black-maroon centers. Very similar to H. rockii. For the collector, not for the designer.
Stock Number: 40345
Very unique camellia like glossy leaves on erect stems.Cute petite brick red flowers in season.
Stock Number: 41763
Beautiful small featured 'Cooperi' selection with new leaves emerging ivory speckled with pink and veridian green, then darker green with age highlighted ivory and rose; very fetching red blossoms. Z10 with protection. Must have sun and warmth to produce the flowers which are remarkably similar to 'Matensis'.
Stock Number: 40351
"Snowflake Hibiscus" cultivar with slim leaves lavishly splashed greenish-tan, white; single rose-red flowers. Handsome and easy. Must have sun and warmth to produce the blossoms.
Stock Number: 42095
An old traditional tried and true cultivar. Flowers easily with cantalope toned blossoms crowned with a central ruff if given sun and adequate warmth.
Stock Number: 41611
Buff orange buds open into elaborate much furled salmony pink flowers with a double rank of fringed petals from which dangles the central staminoid "bell clanger"; lovely. Perfect greenhouse subject.
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Stock Number: 41609
Remarkable plant from KSG Farms: The dark green wide leaves are splashed & sometimes margined creamy gold & milky gray; stout stems produce large deep red semi-double typical mallow blossoms. This is not a small flowered 'Cooperi' type with small frilled blossoms. Remarkably beautiful, yet not of complex cultur...
Stock Number: 42161
Upright moulded fingered foliage perfect with the small but plentiful lilac to salmon blossoms with central white thumbprints. Given adequate heat, sunlight, and rich fertilizer, becomes a refined statured shrub of easy container culture. Very distinct from its kin, maintaining modest porportions, producing small charm...
Stock Number: 40362
"Waltzing Ladies" or "Fringed Hibiscus" indicates the bright red, deeply cut and fringed recurved blossoms which dangle from slim arching stems; also "Skeleton Hibiscus." Very intolerant of root chill--it is native to Kenya. This is the most popular and most ordered for the hobby greenhouse! Always be careful when prun...
Stock Number: 66910
"Variegated Hau Tree" The heartshaped leathery leaves, very very brilliantly variegated cream and; lemon, on art deco sinuous interlocking branches (forming hau lanai shelters and canoe outriggers); lemon flowers fade to apricot, then red. Remarkable. (The much larger, yet similar, H. elatus we sometimes offer has flow...
Stock Number: 51142
Rare form of the "Lily-of-the-Palace" with narrow starburst petals of pale orange and green with mauve centers brushed vermillion red. Clone originally originating at "Endless Summer" Nursery, who received if from Burle Marx. Our most ordered species.
Stock Number: 51133
Horticultural form; emerging strap leaves with a rich puplish cast foil the startling rich scarlet flowers (usually four per stalk) of rich heavy texture. In a warm greenhouse this is evergreen--indeed, the gracilis hybrids are smaller statured, more evergreen, and thus more easily bloomed the their giant Dutch cousins...
Stock Number: 43122
Our cross of a small flowered evergreen species with a giant pink blossomed Belgian hybrid "Amaryllis" could produce a range of flower types. For your experiment.