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This variegated clone is just as frost hardy as the wild species but its colour pattern is hypnotic! It is full of perfect yellow stripes, often wider at the center of each leaf. It is a supreme ornamental that can't be missed in any tropical garden far from the tropics, said to be hardy to at least -7 C.
10-15 cm - Cont. 12 cm - 2 years. Unusual palm with wedge-shaped upright leaves. Copernicia rigida is native to Cental-Eastern Cuba, in serpentine savanna or scrub.Trunk is gray, up to 15 m (50 ft) tall with a dense compact crown of stiff, erect, wedge-sh
Adenium somalense is one of the most beautiful caudiciform plants. It grows wild in Somalia and through the Rift Valley into Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania. Depending on the area, its trunk can take different shapes from a fat shrub to a small tree (more than 4 m), differently from the similar species A. obesum whose caudex is mainly underground. The showy...
A classic of subtropical gardening. This is one of the cold-hardiest coral-trees and it is quite easy to grow and bloom, with fabulous sprays of large coral-red flowers. It can be a small shrub to a tree of 10 or more meters in height.
Hinnonmäki is a red gooseberry which is high-yelding and vigorous. It is very good for the hobbyist grower as it never fails. It gives a fake flowering in spring and then it flowers again to give ripe fruits in July
This caudex ant-plant is an epiphytic plant that develop a huge chambered stem, providing shelter for some species of ants.In turn, these ant-plants, or myrmecophytes, receive nutrients and protection from the ants. The caudex of Hydnophytum moseleyanum can get quite large, up to 20-40 cm in diameter, and the bark is grey and smooth (much like the one of...
This is a lovely small species from SE. Brazil with the most unusual leaves in the genus: these are dark green with a bright white central stripe. Then it bears "reticulate" pink coloured flowers. This is the true wild species, not one of the hybrids commonly found in the trade under this name.
Nakitengwa is one of the " East African Highland Bananas ", distinguishable by the numerous glossy black blotches on the pseudostem. Within this grouop, it is a "Beer Banana", and its fruits are traditionally (and now industrially) used for making banana beer.