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Kalanchoe beauverdii is a succulent scrambling climber with gray wiry stems. Leaves are purple-black in high light. Nice hanging gray-green flowers with purple speckles, hold in clusters, native to south and southwestern Madagascar, in dry shrublands forests distributed from sea level up to about 800 m.
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.
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.
Feather palm with sweet, tasty, scented fruits. It is native to Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina and it is the only frost-hardy species of palm that can produce abundant, delicious and useful fruits in colder climates. Leaves are blue-silvery, elegantly arching. Mature specimens show no damage at -10 C and some have survived to -20 C !
Impressive large and colourful Aloe from Southern Madagascar. Leaves are green during the growing season and turn red during rest. It grows outdoors in warm Mediterranean conditions but can be damaged by frost. It produces large, showy inflorescences of bright red flowers, at the start of Winter.
2 years old, 20-30 cm tall. This Dioon is elegant and different, with a stout trunk and glowing blue arching leaves with "V"arranged leaflets. It was described in 2003 and it is also frost hardy. Seeds are hard to find and awfully expensive, but we got a few for our nursery.
Spectacular dwarf selection of an everblooming Australian species. It makes a perfect flowering groundcover in sunny conditions but it is also great in rockeries or in pots as a fill-up plant. It originates in a harsh mediterranean climate and it is very adaptable ... let's say from -5 to 45C!
Semi dwarf mango that can be trained at 3 m or below in height. It bears late in season large pruprle-red fruits with firm, juicy yellow flesh, aromatic and has an intensely sweet. It is a candidate fro growing in cold areas since it is dwarf, late and has a lot of resistance to fungal diseases.
Grafted tree. Rough green avocado variety from vigorous, cold-tolerant trees. Avocado is a subtropical tree native to Central and South America, which name is derived from the Aztec word ahuacatl. The fruit rips after picked and has a delicate buttery and