Exotic Acacia from the SW Pacific, with very wide glossy phyllodes. It produces yellow flowers and twisting legumes. It grows as a shrub or tree to 10 m, depending on the conditions. It grows in pots and can be trained as a hedge. It is native to Vanuatu and New Caledonia, but it is also found in NE Australia.
Easy-to-grow species of voodoo lily, native to the Yunnan Province of China. Leafstalks are mottled in grey spots, and leaves are glossy. The inflorescence is ivory-white. This "dwrf white voodoo lily" is one of the cold-hardiest in the genus Amorphophallus. 4-5 cm, Will bloom in 1 year.
This is a wild or semi-wild type of papaya, from seeds collected in the Caribbean. Fruits are surely smaller than any domestic cultivar but they are sweet, and aromatic. It is easier to grow in many aspects, since it is more resistant to wind, drought, cold, pests, diseases, poor soils and more.
Scrambling or climbing ceropegia from India with tuberous roots and almost leafless stems. Leaves are fleshy and diminute, sparsely distributed and lance-shaped. Flowers are large, lantern-shaped, lime-yellow in colour and nicely speckled in green and purple. They are also decorated by pink "hairs"!