Here you will find some exotic flower and foliage species that have not been yet placed in their own category. Some are small herbaceous plants, while some are large trees. You will find acalyphas, cordylines, hoyas, pandanus, plumerias and others, including uncommon plants. Day by day we will add more and more interesting items.
Large sized Farfugium with different leaves. "Escargot" means snail in French, and in this cultivar of Farfugium leaf margins are a bit "squared" and leaf lobes do overlap, forming a spiral reminiscent of a snail. The whole leaf looks like a snail... with some good fantasy. Some experts believe that 'Escargot' is a hybrid between Farfugium 'Giganteum' and...
Felicia amelloides is an attractive blue daisy, native to South Africa, from sandy coastal areas with rain all year round. It is easy in cultivation, in pots or as a mixed-border plant. It endures a wide range of temperatures, including some light frost.
This is one of the most ornamental Ficus species. Leaves are huge, rounded, ribbed and velvety., They are bright red when they are new. As an adult, it is a large shrub to small tree, some 2-12 m tall. Figs are edible too and they are truly beautiful, because they grow directly on the trunk with a velvety shine.
One of the most beautiful trees on Earth is the "banyan", a huge strangling fig from India, where it is widely considered sacred. The largest specimens can cover surfaces up to two hectares! By chance and by luck, juvenile specimens make excellent house plants.
Beautiful glossy green spineless Furcraea, native to Northern South America. The beautiful large rosettes attain 2 m in mediterranean conditions and almost 4 m in tropical climates. As most other furcraeas, it will stay small and stable forever if kept in pots.
Garcinia intermedia is a species of tropical Central American tree which produces tasty fruit. Is known as the lemon drop mangosteen (a name it shares with the closely related and similarly tasting Garcinia madruno). In Spanish it is called mameyito, though it is known as jorco in Costa Rica.
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