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.
Aquatic aroid from Madagascar and E Africa. It is a magnificent ornamental plant for tropical and subtropical ponds. It is very easy to grow. People in colder countries can overwintered it in a bucket, but it can also be kept in a large bucket for years.
This is the real vanilla for your kitchen. It is a climbing orchid that can eventually bloom and set fruits holding the fabulous aroma. The plant is quite ornamental with opposite, regular leaves. Grows in dappled su
The crinkled leaflets of this variegated "Verbena Tree" or "simpleleaf chastetree" are margined in clear bright white--with maturity this beautifully variegated woody slim shrub produces misty pastel lilac clusters of tiny blossoms. It can reach up to 4 m but it is usually kept at 1 - 1,5 m by pruning.
Low shrub native to coastal eastern Australia, with white to pale-lilac flowers. It is very tough and grows on cliffs right next to the ocean. The neatly whorled leaves and all-year flowering make it very popular in cultivation. Frost tolerance, once established to about -5 C.
Pack of two corms or stem sections. Showy plant with large triangular leaves and edible corms, called malanga or taro. Petioles and leaf veins are dark purple. It loves water and can be grown in ponds or buckets as well as in regular pots with damp soil. This is the true wild type, raised from seeds some years ago, originally called Xanthosoma violaceum.
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