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Variegated, striped, selection of the popular green-and-purple Caribbean perennial. formerly called Rhoeo spathacea. This plant produces a raibow of colours as the white stripes mix up with purple and green.
Caudex-forming deciduous Pelargonium with elegant foliage and more-than-nice white flower heads. It is unique, as it is genetically and geographycally isolated from the rest of the genus. It is the only species endemic to the small Island of St. Helena, in the Atlantic Ocean, where the local name is "Old father lives forever"
2 Cuttings of 15-20 cm. "Common White"... with yellow center... is one of the easiest to grow and bloom. It is evergreen in warm climates and blooms almost continuously throughout the warmest months - In the Canary Islands it can flower from April to December: 8 or 9 months per year instead of the typical 4-6 months of most cultivars.
Grafted Plant - Atemoya is a supreme hybrid of Annona cherimola x Annona squamosa. It is more or less as frost-hardy as A. cherimola. Geffner was a cultivar developed in Israel. It does not need hand pollination and it is very productive.
The beautiful sea-grape is native the Caribbean beaches. Fruits are tasty and reminiscent of grape. Is a beautiful shrub or tree, with large and thick round leaves. It is a shrub or small tree and can fruit in large pots or can be trained as a bonsai.
The spectacular inflorescence lasts just a bit more than one week, but each clump flowers in flushes througout the warmer months. This Billbergia from southern brazil is an undemanding, cool-tolerant bromeliad that can grow outdoors in sheltered coastal Mediterranean gardens.
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.
Pink Passion (‘Seipin') was found by Paul Hummel of wholesale growers Seiont Nurseries as a sport on a batch of the old favourite Cordyline australis ‘Red Star' at a tissue culture laboratory at Myerscough College in Lancashire in 2002.
A close relative of papaya, this exciting plant was domesticated in the Andes at high elevation, where frost is common. Good tasting fruits! A must for tropical fruit lovers living in colder climates.
1,5-3 m shrub, suitable for pot culture. Glossy leaves and round, ornamental flavourful fruits, often used in sorbets or sauces and drinks. Very rich in Vitamin C.Resistant to short frosts down to -5°C.