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.
Fabulous tropical foliage from a cold-hardy Canna! Up to 2 meters in height, with large bold erect leaves, with wavy margins. Leaf colour is absolutely vibrant, glossy red, burgundy, and dark green. It is reminiscent of the famed tropical Heliconia indica with red foliage.
This variegated Canna selected in Germany produces leaves variably variegated with stripes of different shades of white. Also the flowers are often variegated! It loves moisture and can reach anything between 1 and 3 m in height, depending on the length of your growing season.
Mediterranean capers are an incredible source of flavour. Plants grows on sunny and rocky slopes, often by the coast. They are winter-deciduous and come back each year with lovely rounded leaves, which are often purple when they sprout.
American shrub often called "yellow oleander" because of its closeness to Nerium oleander. It is easy to grow in Warm Mediterranean to Tropical conditions. It responds very well to pruning so it can be easily wintered indoors. It was formerly named Thevetia peruviana
Ornamental and useful tree from Australia, New Caledonia and Vanuatu. It typically bears yellow and red flowers at the same time. Chestnuts are edible and good too, but they have to be leached and cooked before eating.
This botanical gem is a rare shrub in the daisy family, found only in two localities in Saudi Arabia and in a few high altitude cliffs of Yemen. It is definitely beautiful, because it bears large, pink-blue, centaurea-like inflorescences. It has silvery, velvety leaves and a nice erect and compact growth habit.
The colour of these flowers change through the seasons! This shrubby cestrum is an excellent ornamental cross. Long-lasting flowers are profusely produced with different shades of pink and purple, according to the season. Look at our pictures and see! It is hard to believe they are taken on the same plant.
Appealing rosettes with a very intense orange midrib. This understorey plant grows well as a house plant. It naturally grows in dappled light in the rainforests of east Africa in the Usambara Mountains of Tanzania. This plant was spread in the 90's with the commercial name 'Fire Flash' .
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