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.
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.
This garden selection has wide, dark green rounded-ovate leaves, mottled with cream white and pink. Pseuderanthemums are evergreen shrubs for frost free areas, also suitable to pot colture. They bear thick, glossy onamental foliage but also elegant flowers.
Tropical looking Exotic shrub Pseuderanthemum with green-and-white variegated leaves. Purple to pink flowers. Nice colorful specimen for bright shade or full sun.Eevergreen, for frost free areas, suitable to pot colture.
This is a garden selection with green leaves with cream-white speckles, lacking the purple hues of other cultivars. A great shrubs for frost free areas, also great accent plants in pots, native to the Pacific Islands.
This dwarf guava was originally brought from Reunion Island. It is a super dwarf guava with miniature leaves and small, good fruits. It is more a conversation peace than a real fruit tree, but it a nice choice for the fruit collector. It is possibly in the species Psidium guava.
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