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.
This hard to find Amorpho has a different leaf with tapering leaf tips and spectacular prominent midribs (seen from below). Marvelous inflorescence with a red-to-blue spadix coming out of a cream white spathe.
Amorphophallus polyanthus is found in one location in NE Thailand, where it grows in deep shade at the base of rocky outcrops. It is low-growing, with rounded-rhombic leaflets, 3-10 cm long, and nice inflorescences with short spathes with purple tones.
New! - Branched plant
Anthurium clarinervium has thick, cardboard-like leaves that take the shape of a nearly perfect heart. It sports beautiful, sparkling white veins against a deep green, velvety background.
Four 14-20 cm cuttings - Creeping, fast growing groundcover mesemb with flowers in summer. This is the true A. cordifolia, with hearth-shaped leaves with bumpy surface and purple-pink flowers. It takes more cold than other aptenias.
Aptenias are excellent groundcover plants. They are creeping succulents, potentially evergrowing in the "mesemb" family: Aizoaceae. There are 4 species in the genus Aptenia and this A. haeckeliana is the beautiful one with the yellow flowers.
Interesting deciduous vine from Central and South America
Unusual flowering vine from from Central and South America.
This "Rengarenga Lily" or "New Zealand Rock Lily" is an ornamental and useful perennial with lush foliage and fower stalks up to 1 m tall with abundant bright white flowers.
Butterfly Milkweed is grown as an ornamental plant. It lasts several years as a perennial if kept above 5C. The leaves are the favourite food of Danaus butterflies. If Danaus are in your region, plant a few and they will come !
Wide exotic striped leaves rise from rhizomes. Aspidistra is a perfect indoor plant and a does well outdoors in the tropical-looking garden.
Hard-to-find Japanese selection of "variegated" Aspidistra. It is not striped: each leaf develops a cream white "shade" in the upper part of the blade. Aspidistras make excellent pot plants for shade. They can live indoors or outdoors as they can take real frost.
This selection of Aspidistra elatior from Florida is a particularly nice, wide-leaf, solid dark green selection. It grows to at least 1 m tall with broad foliage that may exceed 15 cm in width. A bold garden specimen.
NEW! Variegated aspidistra with "frosted" mottled leaves and occasional stripes.
This is considered the most floriferous aspidistra, because its large flowers carpet the ground conspicuously during the winter months.
This species has very dark green leaves with remarkable yellow spots. They are glossy, up to 50-60 cm long, with elegant pendant tips. It is frost-hardy to about - 10 C.
NEW!Aspidistra sichuanensis 'Ginga' is most always sold in the trade as Aspidistra 'Milky Way'. - See more at: http://www.plantdelights.com/Aspidistra-sichuanensis-Ginga-for-sale/Buy-Speckled-Cast-Iron-Plant/#sthash.jXWBO7WT.dpuf
Incredibly useful tree. Its leaves are both an insecticide and a healthy vegetable, widely eaten in Asia and used for health. It is very important for ecological agricolture. Leaves and most of its parts are used for different purposes
Very ornamental tropical tree with large, glossy, deep-green leaves and unreal, spectacular white flowers. Fruits are also incedible as they are "cubic". They
All purpose spinach, but also an ornamental groundcover or climber for shady, wet places. Basella alba grows fast in hot, humid and lightly shaded conditions. Leaves can be picked continuosly and are often eaten lightly cooked, as a spinach.
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