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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. Some consider this to be a version of Peperomia pereskiaefolia.
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Peperomia viridis variegata
Stock Number: 53671
Zig-Zagging upright arched stems bear creamy-white margined thick semi-cupped leaves; very stong basket plant. Much slower growing than the more pendant disticha group; much more compact than the acuminata cultivars.  Often sent as mossed URCutting.
Peristrophe hyssopifolia aureo-variegata
Stock Number: 50049
Also P. angustifolia aureo-variegata. "Yellow Fellow" Narrow yellow-flamed leaves on mounding plants with delicate wands of tiny lavender flowers. "Java marbleleaf" excellent as a "filler" in mixed container designs to give a filigree feathery effect; can loose some of the yellow if in very hot conditions.
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...
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.)
Philodendron Anderson's Red
Stock Number: 30293
Old hybrid heirloom with a more hopeful than accurate name originally from the great Ed Hummel, with some experts declaring this to have a P. tuxla parent, while others suggest this is more correct as P. erubescens 'Burgundy.' Whatever. This vigorous, time-proven very reliable self-branching stout vine is beautifully s...
Philodendron andreanum
Stock Number: 30294
"Black Gold" Elongated heart-shaped leaves of dark velvet with a lovely coppery sheen and delicate ivory veins. Thrives in high humidity and low light, and will need a misting system if not kept in a case. This is one of the true beauties of the philodendron world. Not a houseplant unless grown in a wardian case and yo...
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Philodendron andreanum X sodoroi [hyb]
Stock Number: 30295
Fantastic large velvety heart leaves with mottlings of pale snimmery emerald and grey pewter on billowed areas between depressed lime veins; blush underleaf; held on mahogany- purple stems. Remarkable hybrid, yet easily grown if sufficient humidity and perfect drainage is provided--thus more for the conservatory than f...
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Philodendron Asiatica's Variegate
Stock Number: 30365
"Variegated Aroid Palm" basal root mass sends up succulent stems ranked with waxy leaves splashed randomly in lime and gold if in bright light.  Showy.
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Philodendron bipennifolium glaucous
Stock Number: 30629
"Blue Fiddle-leaf Philo" The small-statured leaves are a waxy bluish-gray, closely spaced. Perhaps a fixed juvenile form. This has proven a handsome & reliable houseplant; if given a moss pole to slowy climb up will beautifully display a design of overlapping shingled foliage.
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Philodendron bipennifolium Splash Gordon
Stock Number: 30299
Dave Gordon's amazing selecting of this waxy leaved charmer with the fiddle shaped leaves now lavishly slashed and splashed with nacre cream. Definitely a show winner best displayed on a moss pole..
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Philodendron Black Cardinal [hyb]
Stock Number: 30700
Bamboo Nurseries self heading hybrid forming a wide dramatic waxy birdsnest habit of overlapping wide rippled leaves of burgundy flushed purple; violet petioles.. . still keeps some purple tones when grown in lower light conditions, but does tend to become scandent in lower light conditions..
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Philodendron Burle Marx (Species)
Stock Number: 33107
Very dependable, semi upright vine with waxy outfacing elongated heart shaped leaves thickly set on thick sculptural stems typically dividing in a nearly monstrose knobby art noveau design. Tolerates house conditions well. Too much fun not to grow in your plant collection.   Supply is very limited.  Ple...
Philodendron cannifolium
Stock Number: 30760
The "Flask Philo" ( now more correct as P. Martianum) is a slow growing epiphyte with leathery lance leaves jutting out from remarkable channeled swollen leafstalks, resembling pop bottles. Grown for its remarkable swollen petioles. What we call "self-header" because if is reluctant to vine, forming more of a rosette' ...
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Philodendron Caramel Cream [hyb?]
Stock Number: 30714
Glorious lime streaked golden leaved vigorous climber with the darkening leaves' blushed underside hardening to a very rich caramel red, heightened by the redish rose blushed petioles and trunk. Happiest on a mossed pole. Yinger's name--if you had not already guessed. Collectors immediately gravitate to this show off i...
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Philodendron corsinianum [hyb]
Stock Number: 30302
Vigorous hybrid of P. lucidum with P. coriaceum. Strong stem supports wide elongate "elephant ear" waxy leaves with ruffled edges and decorative thick veins. Survives poor conditions once established.  Becomes a giant if given a moss pole to consume.  This is the clone typically observed in botanic gardens an...
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Philodendron Dance Hall Ruffles
Stock Number: 43023
Elongated rubbery thick leaves with elaborate furled folds at the petiole.  Very tolerant of low humidity; very tolerant of being the belle of the ball. Using a "common name" as the botanical identification battle continues on and on. This plant is typically a propagate to order plant so there can be a long ...
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Philodendron davidsonii [talmancae]
Stock Number: 30384
Impressive giant elongated heart leaves, often speckled and brushed with pale lime, highlighted by central lighter vein; held by maroon dotted petioles arranged in very short internodes, like those of P. Santa Leopoldina, on very thick strong stems. Petioles uniquely spotted mahogany! Rare but easily grown.  Price...
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Philodendron domesticum (hastatum)
Stock Number: 30361
"Spade Leaf Philo" Long lobed leaves on rubbery rounded stems; reliable scrambling viner. Easy.
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Philodendron domesticum (hastatum) variegatum
Stock Number: 30306
"Variegated Spade Leaf" Showy fleshy arrow-shaped leaves splashed irreguarly with rich pale cream. Strong grower given high humidity and perfect drainage with a friendly moss pole to embrace. Variable. Our pictures show the ranges it can cover in striping, mottling, and other variations. This is very popular with Asian...
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Philodendron ecuadoriense [Hort]
Stock Number: 30307
"Accordian Philo" Long vertically held leaves are rippled and deeply veined like Anthurium veitchei. As the upper lobes are thin and erect; this rarity needs to be situated in a location with evenly high humidity to avoid burning. A merely spectacular plant best situated in the conservatory or mist garden. Numbers can ...
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Philodendron elegans [dubium] [radium]
Stock Number: 30309
"Skeleton Aroid" Very deeply fingered fern-like foliage on strong but slow growing thickly meandering clambering stems. High light encourages the foliage to be more closely situated, although remains basically scandant in habit. Hortus lists this as P. angustisectum but more currently correct as P. radium.  The ph...
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Philodendron fenzlii
Stock Number: 30311
Shiny trilobed leaves on vigorous vine from Mexico shown to advantage when encouraged to climb a mossed pole. Easily grown mimic of the Syngonium auritum complex. Enduringly popular for its ease of growth in less than ideal conditions, even though it is not very glamorous.  Now also know as P. Tripartitum
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Philodendron Florida Beauty alba
Stock Number: 30313
Shared with us by David Bernett in Australia years ago, we have started to propage it again. It is a form which produces new leaves that are frosted white, then to mottled milky green, which gradually fade to jade green--but realize that leaves emerging in high temperatures emerge as pale green, not white resulting in ...
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Philodendron Florida Beauty [hyb]
Stock Number: 30312
(Sold often as P. squamiferum, but actually reported to be a hybrid of P. laciniatum and P. pedatum). Warty petioles stiftly present glossy shield-like leaves with opposite rounded upper lobes, blunt pointed central lobes and a single large lower lobe. Sound too elaborate? Try one to find out that this reliable compact...
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Philodendron Florida compacta [hyb]
Stock Number: 30308
"Dwarf Shield Philo" Very short internodes of the stubby stems hold thick dark waxed leaves, deeply lobed. Excellent antique hybrid of slow growth. Desirable form, for it is compact and holds mature foliage indefinitely. 
Stock Number: 31454
Trinidad's "Jumbo Philo" with giant climbing trunk supporting beautifully lacquered ovate leaves with undulating margins; very closely bunched succulent petioles. Quite a spectacular glossy giant, attractive even while a baby. (But remember: this glossy gentle giant is very intolerant of chill.) The third image is of a...
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Philodendron glaucaphyllum
Stock Number: 30273
"Blue Philodendron" This extremely slow growing rarity is one of the standouts of the scandent Philodendrons. Aluminum silver to blue over a waxy undertoned flared arrow leaves anchored on folded petioles. Availability irregular as this is very slow growing.  If it ever blooms, botanists may declare this a Raphido...
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Philodendron gloriosum
Stock Number: 30318
A sinuous slowly creeping short surface rhizome anchors wide beautiful and silvery green velour-surfaced leaves that are veined in pink in good light. Slow growing Philodendron from Columbia, tolerating considerably higher temperatures than most Andean species.
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Philodendron grazielae
Stock Number: 30321
"Pigtail Philodendron" Very glossy compact lvs tightly stacked in ascending columns. concave hearts with a pigtail tip. Choice and not hard to grow but very slow growing, and thus seldom in stock.  May be sent as an URCutting in moss. 
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