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.
2 years old potted plant. This surprising tree that grows in sea water, forming thick stilt roots at the base.You can keep it for years in a bucket with soil and fresh water, as it does not really need any salt to grow. It will branch and form stilt roots and set fruits even in a large pot. Our plants descend from the populations in Subtropical Florida,...
Ornamental plant, native to Central America. It is an evergreen perennial, with a weeping habit. Stems and leaves are a bright green. New growth starts erect and then bends over to form a graceful mound. Russelia flowers almost continuously, with glossy red hanging flowers. It is commonly known as Firecracker plant, Coral plant, Coralblow and Fountain plant.
"Hapai" in Polynesian languague means pregnant, because this cane has "bellies, as the internodes are swollen. This is an ancient cultivar of Sugarcane.
Old, classic sugarcane, with purple-black internodes. It is a great choice for the family orchard because of its thick, compact growth and its beauty. Badila's juice is darker in colour too, It grows erect, straight, short and thick black stalks.
Old cultivar of sugarcane from the SE U.S.A., made for chewing, juice, candy-making, syrup production and, last and also sugar production, even if it new cultivars replaced it long ago in the industy.We offer a potted rooted plant.
"Red earth sugarcane" in Polynesian languague is one of the most beautiful cultivars of this useful crop. Stems and leaves grow in a in a wide range of hues, from purple to black, coated with a white shiny wax, increasing the black-and-white contrast.
Non-tropical sugarcane which has been traditionally grown in the upper parts of SE USA (coastal Georgia)The juice is deep purple and not yellow, as in most sugarcane cultivars.The flavour is pleasantly grassy and not too sweet.
The Soap Tree, Soapberry or 'jaboncillo' is is a tree native to the Americas and some Pacific Islands. The fruit occur in large pyramidal clusters at the ends of branches and it is very soapy. You can actually wash your hands by simply rubbing the fruits! It is very easy to grow, also in pots, and can easily take short, light frost so it is suitable for...
This all-white wooly Senecio is native to the Little Karroo of South Africa. Senecio haworthii is renown for its cold hardiness as it takes short frosts to -6 C. 'Mont Blanc' is a select clone which is a stouter and whiter than the typical species.
This is a nice wild form of the popular semi-succulent gesneriad named Sinningia speciosa. It has almost-white flowers with dark throat and some mauve on the tube, Leaves are also nice with the typical velvety touch and pale veins contrasting with the much darker leaf blade.
Short compact bush in the Solanum family, cultivated for its refreshing and attrative fruits. They are about 8-15 cm large and taste much like a melon. It is native to the andes and it thrives at temperatures between 4 to 24 C. It can survive to light short frosts. They will produce fruits within a year from planting!
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