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.
Variegated selection of "heartleaf philodendron", a popular climbing tropical aroid. Suitable as an indoor plant, in baskets or poles. The wild, green form is widespread in tropical America and it was formerly called Philodendron scandens.
Ornamental philodendron from Venezuela and NE Brazil. It is reminiscent of P. selloum but it is more compact and tidy, with thicker, stiffer leaves and show reddish spots on the leafstalks. Just like selloum,it wants high ligth
Shrubby succulent with ornamental foliage and elegant spikes of showy blue/purple flowers. All leaves and stems are velvety very aromatic, rich in volatile oils. It is native to dry-deciduous forests in E Africa to India. Grows perfectly in pots or garden rockeries. Better protected from frost.
Almost everblooming! From Spring to Christmas. - Old, classic, great Plumeria cultivar with bight pink drooping flower heads. The plant is very easy to grow and quite upright, thin at first but very robust eventually, becoming a long lived tree. We offer an adult, thick 25-50 cm plant.
Scott Pratt is a dark red flowered Plumeria from Hawaii. For years it was called the "Black Plumeria", as its flowers are so dark-red-purple that they often look almost black. It has rather thin upright stems. Leaf midribs are tipically dark too.
Seeds collected from a collection of selected hawaiian hybrids. They were open-pollinated and we mixed the seeds.
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