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Nephrolepis exaltata aurea
Stock Number: 14014
"Golden Boston Fern" The heavy fronds are solid chartreuse yellow; makes a striking hanging basket subject; yet seems astoundingly similar to the golden variegated cultivar offered below in this listing of exaltata cultivars. Known as 'Delilah' in Australia & South America; as "Blond" in California.
$15.00
Nephrolepis exaltata Emina
Stock Number: 11700
New fern in the 'Kinky' range. This somewhat gyring erect leathery fronds are very 3-D with much divided furled thwarterous pinnae. Slow growing compact cultivar requiring very high light and good air movement--this is a challenging cultivar for the jaded fern grower.
$12.00
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Nephrolepis exaltata Fringed Vase
Stock Number: 14021
"Fringed Vase Boston" This can take a fair amount of sun. Very congested grower with many "fringed" ruffles all along the rachis of each frond. We highly recommend for those needing a tight growing and slightly upright profiled fern. Sometimes labelled "Emerald Vase" or even (quite incorrectly) as "Floral Fantasy." Rem...
$12.00
Nephrolepis exaltata Hillii
Stock Number: 55682
Impressively large specimens of long arching fronds with each pinnae fantastically forked and crested.  Demands elbow room.
$15.00
Nephrolepis exaltata hubbardii
Stock Number: 14025
A select dwarf clone from Michael Hubbard, larger than 'Wanamaka' but with similar erect bunched habit. Easy houseplant for limited space.
$5.25
Nephrolepis exaltata Mini Russells
Stock Number: 11480
Tiny highly fluted upright fronds, rarely taller than two inches.
$15.00
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Nephrolepis exaltata Pom Pon
Stock Number: 11653
"Pom Pon" could easily be called "The Cheerleaders' Fern"--but of course we will not stoop to such sorry humor! This is such a well behaved small statured Nephrolepis noted for each pinnae being quite rounded in outline that both growers and the public take to it instantly. The color is very consistenly a bright green ...
$6.50
Nephrolepis exaltata rooseveltii
Stock Number: 14031
"Roosevelt Fern" Each pinna crests only at the end--if it crests at all. Unusual 'Gloriosa'selection with extremely elongated 4' plus fronds, some without crests, others exceptionally frilled. From an heirloom plant shared by F. W. Boehringer. ' Possibly a renaming or confused name for the old cultivar known as 'Norwoo...
$12.00
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Nephrolepis exaltata Sassy
Stock Number: 11554
"Table" fern or small hanging basket...considered to be a quick, reliable, wonderfully improved selection between 'Compacta' and 'Teddy Jr.'--but then, we believe any line for a while. This fern really fits its name, "Sassy," appearing fresh and pert with multiple re-divided pinnae, yet these highly ruffled fronds are ...
$9.25
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Nephrolepis exaltata Suzi Wong
Stock Number: 11586
Dwarf lacy selection--unlike most extremely delicate types, if adaquate moving air is available, the fronds do not discolor & brown easily, even though layer after layer of froth develops on each frond. Avoid excessive humidity; best with good air movement--thus even though it has the perfect appearance for your Wa...
$15.00
Nephrolepis exaltata Tri-Tiki
Stock Number: 14034
Deep green recurved pinnae criss-cross; very packed fronds with geometric riffs & valleys: combines the most levels developing the most congested fronds of any cultivar we know and thus needs high humidity with excellent air movement to prevent rot and algae buildup in the interior of these thick multi-layered fron...
$12.00
Nephrolepis exaltata Variegata
Stock Number: 11405
The true "Variegated Boston Fern" with long dramatic fronds, with the individual pinnae green, gold, or typically striped green and gold--remarkably beautiful, certainly rare.  Although a late Victorian selection, this has recently re-marketed this as "Tiger." Requires very bright indirect light and adequate air m...
$18.00
Nephrolepis exaltata Verona Lace
Stock Number: 14035
"Verona Lace Fern" Very finely cut, lacy Boston cultivar from the old Easterbrook collection. One of the old standbys which vanished from the trade because of its insistence on relaible levels of humidity, but still excellent for extravagantly large hanging basket displays if proper conditions can be met. Sometimes the...
$10.00
Nephthytis swainei
Stock Number: 30756
Platinum toned small arrow outlined triangular leaves held rigidly on one plane above the slowly creeping rhizomes.  Thanks to Dale Wagner for sharing this petite African treasure.
$12.00
Nerium oleander Cardinal
Stock Number: 40669
Leathery leaved "Oleander" with unrepentantly rich red flower clusters. These toxic sapped shrubs need full sun in order to bloom; so best considered a deck container subject or greenhouse citizen in northern climes. Traditionally an outdoor shrub in such areas as the Rio Grande valley.
$8.00
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Nerium oleander variegatum plenum
Stock Number: 40668
The leathery long leaves are edged irregularly in ivory; the impressive clusters of flowers are double pink to lavender, streaked pale rose. Handsome. An older cultivar, yet very seldom offered in the trade. A major performer even in a limited space.
$10.00
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Nidularium microps bicense
Stock Number: 52142
Compact glossy vases of very stiff leaves, shiny red-purple beneath, giving effect of maroon laquer. Distinctive in any Bromeliad collection, requiring only high light saturation to form a tight clump of elegant glossy maroon vases with the constitution and general habit of its cousins, the Neoregelias (and thrives und...
$12.00
Rhaphidophora tetrasperma
Stock Number: 30634
The Monstera of many names! This is currently most commonly referred to as the Rhaphidophora tetrasperma.  Thick tropical vine with green, asymmedtically split delicosa like leaves topping out at about 12 inches in diameter.  Somewhat resembles a Monstera pertusa.  Easy to grow with typical aroid needs b...
$80.00
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