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Peperomia fraseri [resedifolia] nana
Stock Number: 53566
Miniature "Flowering Peperomia" clone with glossy jade like small leaves on clumping rosettes sprouting lovely erect spikes of fuzzy blossoms. A basic for any terrarium design. Formerly known as P. resedaefolia `Dwarf.'
Peperomia galioides
Stock Number: 53568
"Pine Peperomia." or "Needle-leaf Wax Plant" Small erect branching stems with close whorls of four to six pale green needle leaflets--eventually looks like a succulent clustered mini-scale model for a Bamboo clump. Very odd habit for this genus. Several European pharmaceutical companies are researching the chemistry of...
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Peperomia gardneriana [cordata?]
Stock Number: 53521
The old horticultural designation of "Argentina" probably indicates habitat origin. Big bronzy-ochre leaves bushed with dull pewter highlights, held in open rosettes achieving the character of a giant P. caperata. Of easy culture, tolerant of low humidity
Peperomia glabella
Stock Number: 41707
The reliable "Wax Privet Peperomia" with many-branched nodding stems studded by the bright green glossy fleshy foliage. Easy old favorite forming a cheerfully bright rumpled carpet of foliage brought back to our offerings by popular demand.
Peperomia griseo-argentea Begonia Leaf
Stock Number: 53576
Large 'Blackie' clone with overlapping upper lobes; old leaves fade to ashy-lemon to give an interesting two-tone contrast to the vigorous mounds. This Ruth Crane distribution may be the same plant known as 'Rosifolia' in Europe.
Peperomia griseo-argentea Pink Marble
Stock Number: 53712
Distinctive form with the pewter toned leaves irregularly variegated with cream and pink. Difficult to grow. Needs bright indirect light and good air circulation to perform best with oustanding colors. With experience, we have found that this prima donna ships best anchored in dry perlite. Difficult to ship as is quite...
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Peperomia griseo-argentea Wavy Gravy
Stock Number: 53579
Incurved ear shaped waxy leaves with deep blushed depressed veins highlighting the pewter toned ridges--leaves quickly forming tightly foliaged low hemispheres topped with cute erect tapered catkins. Easy houseplants.
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Peperomia Guatamala Selby 78-725
Stock Number: 53685
Heavy magenta blushed stems arch under large waxy rhombic foliage. As this grows very slowly, it is usually in very limited availability, so please inquire before ordering this in any quanity. An old established clump becomes a very impressive sight.
Peperomia hirta
Stock Number: 53584
Multi-branched erect stems with collars of downy leaves and tall inflorescenc; probably inter-specific with P. tetraphylla. Even though somewhat tall (by Peperomia standards), avoid the temptation to plant this in a deep pot; for like galioides, this has a very shallow stoloniferous root mass.
Peperomia Horace Anderson [Species]
Stock Number: 53585
Upright angled reddish jade leaves in whorls of three on toppling stems. This is a famous traditional variety (from the Hummel days) that has alway been know by the perhaps original collector's name. We do not know the species. Reliable when grown in orchid mixes, but slow and only developing the reddish mahogany rose ...
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...
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Peperomia Jungle Red
Stock Number: 53589
Cheerful red-stemmed tangles with whorls of fat succulents patterned button leaves, violet-red beneath in high light. Great miniature stoloniferous plant much employed by orchid hobbyists to carpet the barky bare surfaces as (altho of delicate appearance) tolerates and even seems to prefer bright light and variable hum...
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...
Stock Number: 53595
"Silver Heart" Large silver highlighted, quilted leaves deeply veined a bright green radiate into upright loose rosettes--in a habit similar to the griseo-argentea cultivars but with leaf tips decidedly pointed. Popular in terrarium designs needing a bright accent. Affinity to the slightly more succulent and slower gro...
Peperomia meridana
Stock Number: 53596
"Crazy Quilt Plant" "Pixie" or "Christmas Tree" Also sold as P. gardneriana minima; and even as a Peperomia fraseri hybrid. The sheer number of names suggests how popular this has been over the years. Cheerful upright reddish blshed stems covered with petite whorls of glossy depressed-veined rich green leaves packed so...
Peperomia meridana maculata
Stock Number: 53597
A variegated "Pixie" beautifully splashed and slashed with cream and yellow--a Glasshouse Works selection from a sport that Ken Frieling discovered here. This lends a bit of vertical bling bling in any terrarium planting. We have trouble keeping up with demand, so please INQUIRE as to availability before ordering.
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Peperomia Moonset [Species]
Stock Number: 53600
Ashy-lime underleaf; entire plant very felted, soft to touch like a "Mouse Ear"; Upfaced foliage topped by very erect "Mouse Tails" shaped inflorescence. A beautiful subject for light garden, probably a varient of P. moninii. Sent as mossed URCutting if none currently potted.
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Peperomia obtusifolia (Species Form)
Stock Number: 53602
The strong and bold original non-variegated form of this great house plant which lives through anything. It requires more than mere neglect to do this one in.
Peperomia obtusifolia alba
Stock Number: 53603
New leaves strongly and dramatically emerge pure ivory, then gradually fade to pale lime, then glossy jade green; slightly reddish petioles. A Manda selection effective in lightgardens and striking in any greenhouse collection as well as a marvelous houseplant--quite unique yet easily grown; especially valuable as the ...
Peperomia obtusifolia albomarginata
Stock Number: 53604
"Hummel White Cloud" Rippled, puckered waxy leaves margined ivory. Interesting petite habit heavily self branching to form a remarkable hemisphere of bright variegation tolerant of less than ideal levels of humidity. We received this stunning variegate from Ed Hummel in the 70s and have found the ongoing demand unflagg...
Peperomia obtusifolia Golden Gate
Stock Number: 53607
Very wide fleshy leaf with slate green center surrounded by a flamed zone (a halo?) of rich cream-yellow and margined in deep green. Very flashy pot plant.
Peperomia obtusifolia Hicolor
Stock Number: 53609
Similar to the traditional 'Gold Tip' of Hummel, but this selection has rich golden and milky green variegation dramatically slashed throughout the entire leaf of jade like waxy succulent substance; the thick succulent stems gradually descend under the weight of the heavy highly colored leaves, thus an excellent subjec...
Peperomia obtusifolia Sensation
Stock Number: 43612
Manda's introduction of a huge "Marble Peperomia" with large gold-slashed waxy leaves on reclining purpled stems. Some feel this is more likely a sport of P. magnoliifolia or of P. crassifolia as it very oversized to be an obtusifolia and the catkins sometimes branch. Very rare; very spectacular (probably even superbio...
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Peperomia orba
Stock Number: 53629
"Princess Astrid" Dwarf-statured with multiple crowns of waxy spoon like leaves--soon forming a charming waxy tuffet; easy tinsy houseplant with unknown origin-- the name "orba" meaning "orphan." A basic for your terrarium companions.
Peperomia orba variegata
Stock Number: 53631
"Variegated "Princess Astrid" Each small flat leaf edged in a rich ivory-yellow; short stems are dotted reddish-tan. A more perfect terrarium plant is hard to imagine.
Peperomia polybotrya [pericatii]
Stock Number: 53639
"Coin-leaf P." or "Owl Eye Plant" Stout picturesque stems hold large cupped-shield-shaped, waxed peltate leaves typically with a center "eye"--that is, each leaf potentially forms with its own omphalodium. Andean species with racemes to one foot long covered with flowers so tiny the naked eye is defeated. Rather succul...
Peperomia puteolata Gray Vein Clone
Stock Number: 53687
A form of "Parallel Peperomia" with dramatic whorls of three stiff cardboard-like leaves with very bright gray-ash feuillemort toned depressed veins; habit more stiftly upright than some collections of this epiphytic South American. Slow growing; best given same epiphytic growing conditions as Rhipsalis. Always se...
Stock Number: 43132
Has toplling mounts like the meridana but with pointed leaf tips.
Peperomia Silver Bandit [Species Unidentified]
Stock Number: 53655
(Catch the pun?) Reclining upright stems hold elegant pebbled leaves with upcurled edges and bright central silver flames--this Andean species prefers a coolish location to display best colors with perfect drainage. Astoundingly beautiful..
Peperomia Silver Sheen [Species]
Stock Number: 53656
"Pewter Waxleaf Plant" Short arching (or scandent) succulent stems lined with thick leaves with a pewter-aluminum patina. Like acuminata, crassicaulis, and disticha this forms a beautiful moss pole specimen. Rare, yet easily grown species for small pots or baskets.
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