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The plain green form is the ancestor of all ornamental forms of Cordyline fruticosa. It is more robust and hardy than most. It is widespread in the Pacific Islands where it is ubiquitously planted. This plant is very useful for cooking and for medicinal purposes. Leaves are used to wrap and cook all types of food, roots are edible too.
Wow! This highly prized Canarian honeydew-honey includes a lot of nectar and secretions collected from banana inflorescences, and also from the insects honeydew existing there and in the neighbouring avocado orchards. It is very smooth and not as sweet as most honeys. VERY HEALTHY! It is produced in Northern Tenerife, during the warmer months. Certified...
This palm has quite unique leaves because segments are grouped, so each leaf has its own "rhythm". It is a small-sized uncommon palm from Central America. It has a solitary bamboo-like stem. It is very cool-tolerant and grows perfectly in the shade in the coastal mediterranean.
Elegant shrub with architectural shape. Regularly arranged pinnate leaves, show colouful petioles. Flushes of new leaves are bright red. This Canarian native grows wild at mid-low elevation, in mediterranean-like conditions. It is easy to grow and can be watered througout the year, as it is evergreen.
A gift of nature! This mid-large species from Río de Janerio has showy red and green blotches and a wide water tank. It was described in 1983 as a species but it was considered a natural hybrid during a few years. It belongs to the Neoregelia johannis complex, with thick wide leaves, but markings are much like Neoregelia marmorata.
Mid-sized stemless Aloe, widespread and locally abundant in northern Ethiopia and in Eritrea. It grows solitary or forming small groups. It grows on rocky slopes, mostly on sandstone or limestone, in areas with evergreen bushland or wooded grassland. This batch is from Ethiopian populations.
Small clumping palm with elegant entire, bifid leaves. Stems are very thin. It is still rare in cultivation, and critically endangered in the wild. It is native to the understorey of wet lowland forest in Guatemala and Honduras. In can grow in tropical to warm Mediterranean conditions - suitable for indoor cultivation, as it can be kept in a pot for its...
Beautiful succulent plant endemic to Tenerife. This species of Aeonium does not branch, it grows upright and it bears a huge piramidal inflorescence. "Urbicum" means "urban", because it is often seen growing among tiles on the roofs of the city of La Laguna, in an "urban environment".