This Australian Erythrina is incredibly attractive shrub to small tree, with unmistakeable bat-wing trifoliate leaves. It is graceful and easy to grow. It grows in dey areas and develops a thick base: a caudex which grows very thick both underground and above ground. It is suitable to pot colture and the caudex can be exposed as a potted "bonsai".
This caudex ant-plant is an epiphytic plant that develop a huge chambered stem, providing shelter for some species of ants.In turn, these ant-plants, or myrmecophytes, receive nutrients and protection from the ants. The caudex of Hydnophytum moseleyanum can get quite large, up to 20-40 cm in diameter, and the bark is grey and smooth (much like the one of...
Lovely dwarf pachypodium from the harsh center of Madagascar, with yelllow flowers. This variety from the Isalo mountains has narrower leaves. We offer a 3 years old branched plant
Caudex-forming deciduous Pelargonium with elegant foliage and more-than-nice white flower heads. It is unique, as it is genetically and geographycally isolated from the rest of the genus. It is the only species endemic to the small Island of St. Helena, in the Atlantic Ocean, where the local name is "Old father lives forever"
Tuberous-rooted perennial native to Tropical America, with fleshy leaves and delicate pink flowers followed by the small and colourful pink-white-yellow-red fruits. It is considered an ornamental, a caudiciform. a medicinal plant. and in some countries even used as a vegetable
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