Stock Number: 11472
Strong erect stems hold bright branched fans of shimmery foliage. Very distinctive beautiful "Spikemoss Cypress" species achieving more dramatic height than most of the tropical "Clubmosses." Certainly not "creepy." Unmatched for giving an exceptionally elegant vertical effect in a wardian case or larger terrarium; but...
Stock Number: 11414
Curly-fingered "fronds" intermingle into sea-green tostled carpets; uniquely colored unidentified Central American coming to us from the collection at Kew Gardens. This tends to be overordered, so best to check on availability before ordering. Considered the most beautiful tropical clubmoss by many fern collectors.
Stock Number: 11478
"Red Clubmoss" Dark reddish stems give bronze mahagony tone to the abbreviated deep green foliage; tossled waves of short foliage make this Mexican a collector's choice. Small statured plants somewhat slow to establish compared to some species. Avoid extreme heat and deep shade.
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Stock Number: 66065
"Sausage Cactus" Sport of the Cuban species with spineless swollen "sausage" stems in linked (extruded?) sections. Marvelously bizarre effect for any collecton of oddities. Sometimes sent as a unrooted cutting in dry moss--grow as an epiphyte.
Stock Number: 60608
Very distinctive Madagascar native with slim stems climbing by means of the spiralling elegant cylindrical lvs with odd incurved hooked tips; yellow flowers. This clone is shorter, more erect, and more self-branching than the species form.
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Stock Number: 60563
"Sausage Daisy" or "Candle Plant" Purple-etched swollen stem sections (like bluish Vienna sausage links weaving around) with terminal tufts of deeply lobed incised leaves (soon deciduous); pallid yellow flowers in season. Sun loving Cape of Africa native usually sent as an unrooted/somewhat rooted division in dry moss ...
Stock Number: 60565
Violet etched swollen segmented "sausage" stem tipped with inciesd frilly leaves variegated creamy, violet. Will be sent as unrooted cuttings.
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Stock Number: 60570
"Sudan Kleinia" Tongue-shaped grayish foliage on erect succulent stems. This elegantly toned easily grown species is newly popular again as it beautifully complements hotter colors in urn, windowbox, and patio container combinations of tropicals in the summer (temperate zone) garden. The silvery gray foliage works well...
Stock Number: 41469
"Mexican Flame Vine" Modest shrubby vine with fleshy toothed leaves turning purplish in the winter to accent the many showy arching clusters of extremely showy orange rayed daisy flowers. Victorian favorite. Some customers claim to bloom this in outdoor summer containers; but blooms most reliably for us in midwinter wh...
Stock Number: 60571
Vertical ranks of handsome laterally positioned purple-rimmed flattened thick leaves cling closely attached to the thick swollen erect stems. Eventuall produces yellow tip blossoms like tiny dandelions. Really develops true presence in time. Madagascar native.
Stock Number: 60572
"Harpoon Daisy" or "Spearhead Plant" Blue-gray stems sport many thick grooved leaves with incurved notches at the tips resembling medieval spikes. Easily grown unique houseplant.; excellent addition to summertime deck containers as well as the texture and color add considerable visual interest to any planting.
Stock Number: 60574
"Scarlet Kleinia" A truely big-bottomed daisy with swollen caudiform base supporting thick stems bending under spirals of succulent toothed leaves richly dusted blue (violet pruinose in full sun); topped with large striking red paint-brush flowers--very dramatic combined with the foliar colors. Natal native demanding v...
Stock Number: 60577
Modest caudiform species with spatulate blue-gray dusted leaves on reddish-gray shoots; habit similar to S. fulgens--but not nearly as dramatic.
Stock Number: 68489
Thick erect stems obscured by closely packed slim glaucous foliage--like a fabulous blue toned bottlebrush perfect in any combination planting. European introduction from the Senecio vitallis complex recently being marketed as a windowbox or urn companion planting.
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Stock Number: 60580
"Maasai Carpet" Lovely fuzzy-velvet avacado-green thick leaves archly dangle on thick cascading stems with swollen roots; makes a handsome carpet groundcover or a wraparound vine on a succulent wreath; or an extraordinary hanging basket subject. One of the easiest furry creatures for your garden combinations. As the fa...
Stock Number: 60582
Beautiful "Trailing Jade" clone with each rounded glossy jade leaf richly margined in creamy yellow; stunning. Always considered to be among the first rank of succulent variegates by serious collectors; yet an easily grown beautiful succulent vine for all hobbyists.
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Stock Number: 60581
"Vining / Trailing Jade" Glossy round-edged fleshy overlapping leaves shingle the thick trailing stems; excellent windowbox or hanging basket plant especially with its showy orangy yellow cushion flowers mid-winter. Like S. implexus, the fat succulent stems love to root into any media as they roam about, making this a ...
Stock Number: 41904
Beautiful "Golden Cape/Natal Ivy" is a selection of this decoratively lobed heavy-substanced "Wax Ivy" with a golden ocher flame down each succulent leaf; Yellow ray flowers reveal it to be a daisy family member, perfect in the cool conservatory.
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Stock Number: 41905
Excellent "Variegated Turtle Ivy" or "Ivory Cape Ivy" with waxy lobed leaves brightly edged white ivory on a modest meandering vine.
Stock Number: 60584
Short stems hold wide flat leaves, keeled below, with thick silvery-pelted surfaces fading to a glabrous violet-brown--prefers cool and humid-less conditions to do well (that is, to maintain a beautiful pelt). Yellow ray-flowered Natal native. Always an eyecatcher in any collection.
Stock Number: 41471
"German Ivy" or "Parlor Ivy" Glossy angled bright green leaves on succulent stems. South African species remaining quite popular as it tolerates a range of conditions. As likely to tumble from a windowbox in today's designs (especially as grows at least three times as fast as true Hedera ivies), as from the ornate urns...
Stock Number: 60587
"Succulent Nasturtium" Vigorous cascading vine with peltate leaves grayer, thicker, more star-like (rayed "teeth") than the similar S. tropaeolifolius; from the Transvaal.
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Stock Number: 60888
Scandent African shrublet, the "Golden Garland Vine" with broad semi-succulent oval leaves, attractively serrated; tiny bright yellow flowers in astoundingly large masses mid winter in the greenhouse. Fanciers of succulents are drawn to this for its gradually expanding woody base (caudex): by the way, many succulent le...
Stock Number: 41472
Another "German Ivy" cousin; but actually a ray-flowered Asian species with angled holly like leaves somewhat elongately triangular. This attractive "Charlatan Ivy" produces showy heads of sulphur-yellow daisy flowers typically around Christmas; effectively displayed in a hanging baskets year round. Much showier blosso...
Stock Number: 68488
"Burole Kleinia" Thick upright stems topped with fleshy slim leaves at the growing tip. Collected by Herman Schwartz at the Burole Mountains in Kenya, and originally released as HBG77438; ISI2002-29. Looks like a glossy basil green S. spiculosus/cliffordianus type, but can form a swollen base in time.
Stock Number: 60598
The stout basally branching stems of the compact "Blue Ice Plant" support the elongated fat beautifully blue-dusted erect leaves on thick upright stems. Sometimes identified as Senecio mandraliscae "Blue Chalk." Much sought after by the new trendy "tropicals in the temperate garden" designers. This will punch up the co...
Stock Number: 60601
"Candystick Plant" Underground shoots emerge to form erect thick silvery-green stems with purple-green art deco patterns; red flowers can be quite a suprise. We have found that the most reliable shipping method involves a division of this stoloniferous species sent in dry perlite or moss.
Stock Number: 60603
"Succulent Nasturtium" Cluster of curiously articulated tuberous roots support wiry vines with peltate irregularly rounded leaves which show a red rim in high light. Popular mimic. Shown to best advantage when grown in a hanging basket kept away from direct sun.
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Stock Number: 60604
Elaborate several-sectioned caudiform tuberous bases send up slim stems usually toppling under the small gray leaves. A good starting point plant to see if you wish to start a collection of caudex plants for this fat daisy has no dormancy cycle, no fear of full sun or part shade, and no dilemmas over the possibly irreg...
Stock Number: 40917
Miniature-statured woody shrub with interlacing twigs bear tiny glossy green leaves in pert pairs and cute double white flowers tucked along the stems. The "Double flowered Snow Rose" much valued as the bonsai "Kochok" because with time it gradually takes on the character of aged trees. Quite a treat when in bloom.