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Large >2 years old plant - This African tree, produces distinctive gigantic fruits, shaped like sausages. It is easy to cultivate in pots, as long as it is kept above 4 C. Leaves are dark green, glossy and pinnate. The tree in fruit is a people-stopper.
This reddish bulb from tropical America has leaves reminiscent of a palm-tree seedling. Flowers are white and star-shaped. Itis easy to keep and reproduce as it can be grown as winter-dormant and then loves warm and humid, greenhouse conditions with well draining soil.
"Hardy Elephant Ear" is a species of Alocasia that can take cold much better than others. It is native to high elevations in New Guinea. Leaf blades reach only 30-40 cm but they are purple-coppery beneath. It is fast growing, it does not require hot conditions and will sprout back after mild frost.
Pink flowered form of an easy, creeping species, often used as a ground cover. It has beautiful glaucous leaves, triangular in section. Abundant bright flowers in winter, spectacular. It grows wild in the Ceres Karoo in a winter rainfall area. Protect from heavy frost .
This is the true breadfruit from the Pacific Islands. This is the true breadfruit. Ma'afala, or simply Maafala is the best cultivar for familiar use. It is dwarf and bears small fruits, of very good quality. Lots of fruits! It starts bearing at just 3 m in height and stays rather small for its whole life. Fruits have few or no seeds inside.
Arrowroot is a root crop with edible starchy rhizomes, and also a beautiful plant. It grows in full sun with ornamental wide green leaves, which are reminiscent of the more colourful Calathea species produced for the house plant market.