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Old classic hybrid with small-sized rosettes of colourful leaves, turning glossy cherry red or dull maroon, according to season, light, temperature. It is a cross between the tropical Cryptanthus bahianus and the frost-hardy Billbergia nutans, so it is a cold-proof Cryptanthus-like plant, good for terrariums!
This is one of the cold hardiest of all Plumerias. It bears perfect domes of white and yellow flowers with overlapping petals.This cultivar is known from the Italian city of Palermo, in Sicily. It is well adapted to the mediterranean climate and takes more cold than most other cultivars. Experts suspect that it could be a hybrid ...
Chaya is a domesticated shrub, from Central America, traditionally used as a vegetable and for medicinal purposes. Today it is becoming more and more popular because of its healthy nutritional value. It is easy to grow in sunny drained locations, including in large pots.
Scott Pratt is a dark red flowered Plumeria from Hawaii. For years it was called the "Black Plumeria", as its flowers are so dark-red-purple that they often look almost black. It has rather thin upright stems. Leaf midribs are tipically dark too.
Healthy in general, as most gingers, this Kaempferia is used as a strengthener or aphrodisiac since immemorial times. It is also a nice ornamental: flowers are not too exciting (parvi-flora means small flowered) but leaves are glossy and wavy.
Hohenbergia leopoldo-horstii is an outstanding exotic for collectors described in 1991 from Bahia, in NE Brazil. This bromeliad grows on hot rocky mountains at about 1000 m elevation. In this green form, leaves are pale green with abundant silvery and purplish tones depending on the exposition.
NEW! - Cont.= 8,5 cm - One of the most unusual crassulaceae, with "upside-down" leaves. It is an odd leaf form appeared in cultivation in California from Echeveria runyonii, a species with normally shaped leaves of a a pale-blue to white-blue colour.