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One mature rosette, 5-8 cm diameter. A miniature creeping Sansevieria, with spiky tight rosettes on stolons. This "Bally 12681" from Kenya is surely the smallest and the cutest of all the species! Easy and fast growing. Good for terrariums and for hanging baskets.
Wild dragonfruit with red, sweet and tasty fruits. It grows wild in central america in dry forests. This is the ancestor of many modern hybrids and to many conoisseurs it is still the tastiest, and the "real thing". Its fruits are all-red, especially rich in healthy indicaxanthin anti-oxidants.
Adult, thick 60-80 cm plant. 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...
Too beautiful to be true: this blue leaved plant is spineless and loaded with exotic purple spots. It is an excellent natural hybrid between intergeneric hybrid between Manfreda variegata and Agave celsii. Potted plants will stay below 1 m in diameter but field-grown plants can attain almost 2 m ! It is really hardy to frost: it stood -13 C in North...
This is a wild-collected clone of an uncommon frost-hardy bromeliad, which is suitable to temperate to cool-tropical conditions. It has beautiful arching silvery leaves, finely toothed and forms tight clumps , bearing delicate flowers with showy pink bracts.
Aquatic aroid from Madagascar and E Africa. It is a magnificent ornamental plant for tropical and subtropical ponds. It is very easy to grow. People in colder countries can overwintered it in a bucket, but it can also be kept in a large bucket for years.
This Hippeastrum has delicate crimson flowers with a yellow throat. H. blossfeldiae is native to sandy coastal areas in South Brazil, not too far from Sao Paulo. It does not stand frost but it grows in cool conditions with no need of really hot weather.
This species is closely related to Hoya carnosa . Flowers are larger, white with red center and very fragrant. The leaves are round with speckles and are also fuzzy. It is native to China and Southern Japan. It is a cool growing species that can also take short light frost.