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.
nice ornamental succulent, unusual in the way it grows, because some stems creep and go underground, while some others grow erect. Blooms are very attractive, bright red. This clone of Kleinia stapeliiformis, is a descendant of plants originally collected in Limpopo, South Africa
1-2 year old seedling. Evergreen perennial from South Africa to 1.2 m, with long, arching angled leaves and dense rounded spikes of tubular bright red flowers fading to yellow. It flowers in mid winter and is therefore well adapted to the mild Mediterranean climate.
Cont: 14 cm. This is a new, unique shrub to small tree, native to semi-dry Madagascar. Koehneria is a poorly studied monotypic genus, described in 1986. but it is a relative of the most popular ornamental genus Lagerstroemia and its abundant pink flowers do justice to its "blood".
Very exotic foliage, velvety, translucent and with bright copper patches This gesneriad grows up to 60 cm tall and blooms profusely in Spring and Summer with VERY exotic flowers. Say tree-gloxinia and many people will imagine this plant.
Elegant evergreen shrub with deep green fragrant leaves that bears small flowers of white to pink in colour. It is resistant to moderate frost. This plant is called Manuka and it is known for medicinal purposes but also because it makes a special bee honey. There are also reports of therapeutic properties.
This white honeysuckle is a classic of all times. It is a fast growing, robust vine with sweet smelling white flowers. Thesea are developed in pairs and turn cream coloured as they age. It can be kept low as a shrub. It is also used medicinally, both by modern science and by traditional Chinese medicine.
Evergreen, everblooming shrub with exotic hibiscus-like red flowers. "Mexicanus" is a classic form used for its beauty with much larger drooping flowers. It grows outdoors in Mediterranean to Tropical climates and takes drought. It is also suitable for pots and pruning so it can be grown in northern latitudes and kept pruned indoors in the coldest months.
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