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Pachypodium Baronii Baronii
Stock Number: 60540
Flask-shaped caudex decoratively fissured even as a seedling with grayish upright branches armed with wide conical spines and topped with laurel-shaped leathery lvs, hairy below, and bright red flowers opening serially. Madagascar.
$17.75
Pachypodium Densiflorum Densiflorum
Stock Number: 60527
Thick caudiform trunk branches in threes with silvery spined tapering tips framed with paddle lvs and dark yellow fls. Central Madagascar.
$17.50
Pachypodium Geayi
Stock Number: 60529
The famous silver type of the "Madagascar Palm" with glossy silver-gray spines and pinkish ribs on the silvery column topped with purplish strap leaves and white flowers.
$7.50
Pachypodium Lamerei Lamerei
Stock Number: 60530
Form of "Madagascar Palm" with leaves hairy beneath.
$7.50
Pachypodium Namaquanum
Stock Number: 60536
This is a special order Item. Inquire. "Halfman" or "Ghostman" Stout tapered column, with spiral rows of tubercles tipped with spines in three, tipped with velvety undulant leaves during winter season. In the wild produces flowers of ochre with violet centers. This is available from time to time. Best Check availabilit...
$35.00
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Pachypodium Rosulatum Gracilius
Stock Number: 60538
Silvery-gray bloated base is smaller than other varieties, with slimmer branches loosing spination early; Isalo Mts. variety with slim lvs and short sulphur yellow fls. Rare.
$18.00
Pachypodium Rosulatum Horomboense
Stock Number: 60537
Handsome compact species with gray-silver spine-studded squat trunks regularly branched into cylindrical arms tipped with long oval thick lvs; this variety from the Horombe Mts. sports sulphur-yellow campanulate blossoms.
$12.50
Pachypodium Saundersii
Stock Number: 60534
"Star of Lundi" Thick clubfoot caudiform bases--smooth bark of silver-gray--taper to branches covered with spur shoots covered with deciduous deep green leaves, each flanked with needle-like spines; white flared blossoms. South Africa. Ask about our specimen size plants.
$12.50
Pedilanthus Bracteatus [Bracyosa]
Stock Number: 67350
Mexican species with smooth erect stems with attractive fleshy velvety oval leaves and terminal reddish papery bracts hiding green centers; needs no cool dormant season to bloom. "Shoe Flower" (specific name) or "Slipper Flower."
$12.00
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides Embraceable You
Stock Number: 68473
The "Seashells Devil's Backbone" upright zigzagged stems are ranked with extremely concave (cupped) leaves like tiny turtle shells edged white ivory. Very erect and determinably slow growing. Odd.
$12.00
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides Marblestem
Stock Number: 67354
"Marbled Devil's Backbone" The zig-zag stems are richly marbled ivory-cream; the same vigorous growth rate and the same "Red Bird" bill-shaped red inflorescence of the species--remember that these flower buds form most reliably if the plant is kept cool (not freezing, please) and relatively dry throughout the fall.
$6.50
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides Nanus
Stock Number: 67355
Very choice miniature: the tiny leathery black-green leaves tightly line the congested shiny stems in two stiff rows; outstanding, handsome houseplant; Venezuelan form shown to great advantage in a small bonsai pot and most valuable to give a very compact upright accent in a dish garden design. We intend to have suffic...
$6.75
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides Smallii
Stock Number: 67356
"Boatleaved Devil's Backbone" Arched zig-zagging stems sport cupped, creamy ochre-edged reduced leaves (leaves thicker and much smaller than 'Variegata' clone); small-statured rarely available variety from Brazil--we have never observed any flowering. Self branches to form a very strong visual presence.
$6.50
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides Splish Splash
Stock Number: 58715
"Marbled Devil's Backbone" Wonderful introduction from Thailand, this clone not only has strongly striped zig zag stems, but heavily textured ivory leaves splashed and marbled with intense deep green. We hope to keep up with the demand this season--it was astoundingly sought after for the past several seasons.
$15.00
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides Variegatus
Stock Number: 67357
"Variegated Devil's Backbone" Gray-green zig-zagged stems arch and bend under large puckered fleshy leaves margined in bright clear white; red bird beak/bill-shaped blossoms appear if grown in full sun in a cool (not freezing) winter greenhouse, or in a garden on the banks of the Rio Grande. Much larger statured, less ...
$5.00
Pelargonium Dasyphyllum [Dasycaule]
Stock Number: 40745
"Succulent Geranium" Thick-trunked "bonsai" w/ white-rimmed carroty lvs; narrow white petals have basal red spot. Grow in a shallow containter as the surface roots will not tolerate extended moisture; give full sun.
$12.50
Peperomia Argyeria Nybg Clone
Stock Number: 53523
Very large waxy blush-silver leaves with dark "crab-legs" veins not quite reaching the margins. From Bruce McAlpin. Very showy "Watermelon Peperomia" clone unfortunately also very sensitive to chill, but remarkably tolerant of low humidity. Somehow we have lost track of the old original form with the pale veins against...
$12.00
Peperomia Dolabriformis
Stock Number: 53558
A fine addition to any collection. The "Prayer Peperomia" features thick fused windowed leaves sticking out from succulent stocky erect stems ending in long wand of tiny flowers. Lima-bean lime-colored leaves give a unique character to this Peruvian native. Succulent culture imperative: bright light, perfect drainage, ...
$7.50
Peperomia Ferreyrae
Stock Number: 53562
"Pincushion Peperomia" Short thick succulent stems topped with many narrow trough-shaped leaves very nearly fused; the easiest succulent species to grow. How this relates ot iron (ferrea) we do not know, unless it was collected ner a railroad track. Much more dependable than the similar dolabriformis.
$5.00
Peperomia Ferreyrae Hybrid [Hort]
Stock Number: 66976
Stockier blunt ferreyrae with fused leaves on thick, succulent stems; perhaps a variation; perhaps a separate species? Prefers high light and air movement, but less fussy than some succulent types. Sometimes sent as an unrooted cutting.
$7.50
Peperomia Incana
Stock Number: 53586
"Felted Pepperface" Fabulous succulent leaves of gray felt (or "Amazon Fuzz") on upright fur-covered stems; easily grown Brazilian tolerating low humidity as long as grown in very bright light. Interesting also as a summer deck or patio subject as tolerates exposed conditions and adds texture and heft as well as a colo...
$5.00
Peperomia Kuanca Banba (Sp. Peru)
Stock Number: 66880
Upright stoutly succulent stem studded with multitudes of basil green slim leaves to resemble a petite bottlebrush, but soon self-branching into an impressive clump of rich foliage, which as soon as exposed to sun turns a rich violet cayenne color of some intensity. This undemanding unnamed native of Peru has proven to...
$3.75
Peperomia Prostrata
Stock Number: 23784
"Prostrate Peperomia" New listing for 2010. Sometimes called minima or rotundifolia. This is a great ground cover or even small hanging basket plant. Can easily be grown on moss--just remember that the roots never go deeper than the surface.
$7.00
Peperomia Trailing Jade [Species]
Stock Number: 53658
Pairs of thick, blunt-edged jade leaves spaced like pendant beads on strong arching, then hanging stems, thus also called "Jade Cascade"; unique habit--best grown like a Rhipsalis. {Originally shiped as GHW #34} Peperomia pereskiaefolia form, perhaps. Sometimes sent as an URCutting in moss.
$4.00
Pereskia Aculeata Godseffiana
Stock Number: 66054
This excellent indoor or tropical vine has waxy wavy foliage shimmeringly tinted copper and salmon, sumptuously hued a blush rose-red beneath--thus a breathtaker when grown in a hanging basket to be viewed from below.
$4.25
Pereskia Aculeata Godseffiana Variegata
Stock Number: 58716
This is the two-toned version of the famous "Lemon Cactus." This excellent Rain forest tropical Cactus vine has waxy leaves of coppery salmon with a dramatic milky green central flame; the leaves are blushed rosy red beneath. Best not to allow to dry out severely and always grow in a warm area.
$7.25
Pereskia Grandifolia [Grandiflora]
Stock Number: 66056
"Rose Cactus" Woody spiny stems (shrubby unless given something to vine up) with waxy fleshy leaves and clusters of quite dramatic rose-pink flowers. The Elbert's clone of this Brazilian species prized for its extraordinary blossom display. species.
$4.75
Pereskia Weberiana
Stock Number: 66258
Unusual "Caudex Wirebush" with interlacing slim bright basil green much branched stems armed with tiny spur thorns; in time develops a thick tuber like base.
$8.75
Phaedranassa Chloracra
Stock Number: 51079
Exposed glossy bulbs offset to form mounds topped by short waxy leaves and occassional shy white nodding trumpet flowers soon fading to a pale pink with faint green tips. Beautiful when treated as a foliage potplant. Remember, a chill or a severe drought cause a mini-dormancy, practiced by some growers who feel that th...
$10.00
Phaedranassa Dubia
Stock Number: 51080
Short 8" gray strap leaves arched over surface bulbs; odd amaryllid flowers rimmed green. Perhaps best grown as a succulent. Of interest in spite of its most dubious name to all rare bulb collectors. (Translation: Perhaps of greater botanical than horticultural interest.)
$10.00
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