Stock Number: 61008
Petite tumbling tinkertoy stems set with multitudes of paired tiny fat leaflets; cute tuffet for a planter. Always popular as a key element of succulent wreaths. The perfect tuffet for the base of a succulent bonsai and a big hit with Fairy Garden designers.
Stock Number: 40169
"Hawaiian Heather" everblooming lavender flowers on an upright outcurved compact bush. Good for large terrariums, dish gardens and small windowsills. As the nursery trade basically grows only the 'Yatabusa' selection, this old favorite has basically disappeared from the general market.
Stock Number: 41376
Compact laterally-branching cultivar of "Dwarf Hawaiian Heather" selected at Downer's Greenhouses here in Ohio with sprays of pure white flowers; the perfect companion for the purple flowered cultivars. Good flowering indoor bonsai subject and quite popular in summertime urns. Still a favorite for the larger terrarium ...
Stock Number: 41333
A delicate color selection of the reliable "Hawaiian Heather" (a native of Guatemala, naturally) with very pale lilac ever blooming flowers on arched stems. A random seedling originally found in our greenhouses here, and still in great demand.
Stock Number: 42209
Foliage larger, lilac flowered color more intense than the more elegant 'Compacta', yet keeps lateral low growth habit. As this more laterally angled woody stemed selection grows rapidly, it will always appeal to bonsai designers.
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.
Stock Number: 40207
Similar to upright purple blushed succulent stalked mannii, but leaves darker & hypanthodium producing a great number of shorter rays; perfect in any child's collection as the necessary "Hand Plant" demanding only high light to succeed.
Stock Number: 57500
Low arching stems lined with lovely small solid golden leaves (pale lime in low light) forming the perfect golden gilded bonsai. Lovely as a windowsill plant expecially when producing its delicate wands of white flowers; a popular new outdoor shub in the warmer edge of the subtropics. Far more duminitive than the large...
Stock Number: 41880
Unusual "Lemon Drop" clone of "Skyflower" with each small leaf center splashed golden ochre. Freely produced white blossoms. Excellent twiggy small foliaged subject for small statured tropical bonsai as can be easily trained in lateral directions, yet beautiful also as a windowsill plant or in a patio container. ...
Stock Number: 57476
Superbly flashy. Limber stems present showy buttery gold leaves, with central gray green flame, & terminate with purple elongated flower clusters, then gold berries. Excellent new Japanese selection of this Caribbean species which is much larger in stature than the Duranta erecta cultivars..
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Stock Number: 41585
"Ivory Margined Skyflower" Vining shrubs with woody out arching stems ranked with beautiful glossy toothed leaves with very wide creamy-white margins. The blue (fading to lilac) flower clusters are followed by yellow "Pigeon Berry" fruit. Carib native. Foliage flashier than the repens/erecta complex--although the nomen...
Stock Number: 41254
"Variegated Skyflower" Serrated glossy small leaves splashed white--when grown in full sun the foliage may emerge ivory white, gradually fading with maturity. China blue flowers, if pollinated, are followed by bright "Pigeon Berry" fruit. The distinctive variegation (which is a speckling, not a solid margin) may disapp...
Stock Number: 42142
Hansoti #26; possibly an extreme dwarf clone of D. repens (although Botanists now suggest that all are species erecta--bit of a contrast?), yet the sprays of delicate flowers are of rich lilac, not blue. Outstanding dependable pot plant from India currently gaining much popular favor with prunner armed bonsai fanciers;...
Stock Number: 40237
"Nut Grass" Rich green 1" to 2" tufts of glossy spikes tipped with tiny decorative seedheads; much used as a carpeting base for bonsai and newly popular as a "lawn of grass" in fairy garden designs. Great tufted "Toe Tickler Grass" (tho actually in the spikerush clan) most popular for multiple uses, even for bright ter...
Stock Number: 40246
"Tropical Horsetail" Soft gray green central stems form a tiny bamboo-like thicket: each central stem, with delicately nodding tip, is ringed with skirts of lateral stemlets to create intricate patterns; marvelous pot plant. Will survive some winters in our zone if the ground barely freezes, but best grown as a cool gr...
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Stock Number: 67025
From flat richly colored wide turnip caudex arise silvery gray stubby branches tipped with undulant red-green leaves; ocher cyathophylls emphasize the foliar tones. Among the most successful small caudiforms for the windowsill or litegarden.
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Stock Number: 67081
Formerly offered as Euph.`Hummel Clone.' Both the stubby stem and the thick leaves are sugary rine-gray. Larger statured than E.d. spirosticha. Handsome in small bonsai pot.
Stock Number: 67080
Wonderful Madagascar native with miniature corky rine-gray spiralling stems and thick dark crinkled fleshy leaves with raised veins; cyathophylls typically soft tan, down-turned. Glorious in a small bonsai pot.
Stock Number: 67294
SOMETIMES LIMITED AVAILABILITY. Silvery muted stems gently arch to display oval distinctively deeply colored blunt rubbery leaves and modest green cyathophylls tipped red.
Stock Number: 67127
Very attractive gnarled caudex toped with a skirt of angled cascading stems with gray-green central stripes. Very easy to grow. Beautifully display this undemanding succulent in an oval bonsai pot so you can win best of show. An excellent introduction to the world of caudex plants.
Stock Number: 66799
Habit of a rine gray beharensis with many cute rosy salmon blossoms with cute teardrop leaves.
Stock Number: 67212
A complex Frieling hybrid involving imperatae; heavily branching miniature shrub with multi-hued cyathophylls of red-salmon and yellow. Excellent everbloomer under lights; a proven show winner.
Stock Number: 66740
Extremely wee fig with lovely tiny shimmery leaves more twisted & petite than those of 'Too Little'; heavily branched selection for those mame creators for whom 'Too Little' is simply too big. Always a great favorite with bonsai trainers, newly popular for inclusion in terrarium landscapes as its scale is very mini...
Stock Number: 55650
A wonderful new variegated form. Recommended. Semi-weeping habit on stout erect trunks with multitudes of small ornately curved leaves richly speckled and streaked-- an unusual and highly attractive variegation pattern seldom obseved on fig cultivars. Another treasure originally listed by Asiatica.
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Stock Number: 55641
Very wide leaves with clear white margins fading to cream gold; typically horizontal branch planes. Very seldom available as is slow growing and unhappy with direct sun exposure or low levels of humidity, which results in leaf burn.
Stock Number: 54387
The perfect miniature fig for indoor bonsai: thickly foliaged with tiny recurved glossy leaflets on twiggy branchlets. A great find by Jim Atchison, from whom this clone derives. Possibly the best place to start for an indoor bonsai experience if you anticipate needing some immediate positive stroking as a master of tr...
Stock Number: 55647
Distinctive "Zig Zag" branches with glossy fluted leaves; has European patent. Exotic Angel Pat. 8929 for "Rainne" as the "Carribean Dwarf Banyan Tree"!! 'Wiandi' grows more vertically and produces smaller leaves than 'Rainee'. No really clear view of this seems attainable from the Florida trade.
Stock Number: 40270
"Boxwood Fig" Compact willowy branches loaded with tiny leathery elongated-triangle leaves; the petite lateral stature, easy culture and early fruiting make this a traditional favorite for bonsai.The alternate name for this plant is Ficus linguaand, which may be more correct.
Stock Number: 40306
Crinkly deep green leaves are elongated triangles from much- branched trunks; good indoor shrub/tree from Zimbabwe easily forming decorative strangler roots. Most interesting as a standard (soon swallowing up its initial training stake) for when "stooled" on top will send out endless shoots in all directions like a dan...
Stock Number: 41260
Unique woody, twiggy low growing "character" trunks give this quirky hybrid of F. carica x pumila high marks with cascade bonsai trainers who also value its richly haired, quilted foliage. This selfbranching jewel needs high humidity like its carica parent to maintain good spidermite free foliage; loves a pole or wall ...