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Codonanthe and
xCodonatanthus

A charming group of compact, trailing plants with waxy flowers, colorful berries and small, attractive foliage. xCodonatanthus is a hybrid genus created by crossing Codonanthe with Nematanthus. The results are plants that have the beautiful flower form of Codonanthe with the bright colors of Nematanthus. Hardy under shade all year in frost-free climates.



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Codonanthe and xCodonatanthus Collection Codonanthe and xCodonatanthus Collection
Code: C107
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3 different, our choice. Gesneriaceae

 
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Codonanthe devosiana Codonanthe devosiana
Code: 10356
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Charming diminutive trailer with tiny round leaves shaded purple. Pink throated, waxy white flowers, showy orange berries. Everblooming. (F, B, D) Gesneriaceae

 
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Codonanthe devosiana Zizo Codonanthe devosiana 'Zizo'
Code: 90583
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NEW! - Compact easy growing trailer with many white flowers followed by attractive orange berries. Give this epiphyte good drainage and a semi-shady spot. Native to the Atlantic forests of southeast Brazil. (F, B)

 
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Codonatanthus Vista xCodonatanthus 'Vista'
Code: 10358
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Baby pink flowers with creamy gold face. Small glossy leaves distinctively blotched deep red. Full compact habit. Almost always in bloom. Largest flowered xCodonatanthus. (Worley) (F, B) Gesneriaceae

 
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