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.
Holy basil is widespread in India and countries of SE Asia. It is a small leaved perennial shrublet, with a basil-mint flavour, used in as a herb in asian cuisine and also medicinally as an "adaptogen". It is said that eating one leaf a day helps for a healthier life.
It is a showy ornamental with bright red inflorescences, and it can be kept as a shrub. It is suitable for "sun and shade" conditions. The plant grows to a height of two metres or half and it can does greatly in a container. The waxy flowers grow in twelve inch spikes and they attract butterflies when they are in bloom.
This Oxalis comes from an area in Chile with scarce winter rainfall, dry summers and abundant humidity in the air. It is a shrub, 1-2 m tall and ocasionally more, with succulent trifoliate leaves and abundant bright yellow flowers. Oxalis gigantea is the largest species in the genus. It is slow growing and long leaved.
The most colourful leaf in the genus Oxalis! Three bright colours show up in one plant: each leaf has two colours: pink-purple and blue-purple, and flowers are pink. This species is native to southern South America and it is almost evergreen. It takes short light frost if kept in draining soil. It looks nice in individual pots or a standing-out fill-up...
LARGE, 80-100 cm tall - Tree with edible chestnut-like fruits, native to Tropical America in swampy areas. The swollen trunk helps it to resist seasonal droughts. It can be kept low and grown as a houseplant, just as its relative Pachira glabra, which is often sold with a braided trunk.
Large white flowers occur at the peak of summer. Leaves are thick, typically curled, arranged in fans. They come out of very large bulbs. This plant is native to a small area of white sand beaches in the Caribbean. We offer almost-adult bulbs, that can flower in less than one year.
We offer an adult Bulb! This is an outstanding species in the genus Pancratium, the sea-daffodils. It is native to the Arabian deserts and it produces solitary flowers, about 10 cm large. It is the form from Yemen, and it is very hard to find in cultivation.
Most desserts in Thailand owe their taste to this plant! Beautiful dwarf spineless pandanus with aromatic leaves, used as a herb in SE. Asian cuisine. The neat rosette quickly grows in a dense clump of glossy green bold foliage 1-1,3 m tall.
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