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Ecbolium viride Ecbolium viride
Code: 51481
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Green Ice Crossandra, Green Shrimp, Turquoise Crossandra

A most unusual flower color of aquamarine on this small shade loving greenhouse plant. Justicia relative from Arabia. Acanthaceae

 
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Eranthemum pulchellum Eranthemum pulchellum
Code: 51500
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Terminal clusters of electric blue flowers in winter, dark green foliage. Acanthaceae

 
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Eranthemum wattii Eranthemum wattii
Code: 51501
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Similar to Eranthemum pulchellum but with a deeper purple flower. Prefers a rich soil, semi-shade and frost protection. Colorful greenhouse plant. India. Acanthaceae

 
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Erodium reichardii Erodium reichardii
Code: 40050
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(Syn.: Erodium chamaedryoides), Alpine Geranium

Small rosettes of tiny, slightly lobed, dark green leaves, ½ inch white flowers veined rose-red. Grow on a sunny window, or out-of-doors in pots or as a rock garden ground cover. All are hardy to 25F. and are easy to grow. Corsica. (M) Geraniaceae

 
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Erodium reichardii Bishops Form Erodium reichardii 'Bishops Form'
Code: 40051
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(Syn.: Erodium chamaedryoides 'Bishops Form')

Small rosettes of tiny, slightly lobed, dark green leaves with ½ inch pink flowers veined rose-red. Grow on a sunny window, or out-of-doors in pots or as a rock garden ground cover. (M) Geraniaceae

 
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Erythrina humeana Raja Erythrina humeana 'Raja'
Code: 80092
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Dwarf Natal Coral Tree

This dwarf form of the natal coral tree grows up to 12 feet high and wide. A true collector's plant that can be grown as a large bonsai with its fast growing caudex. We've seen the caudex grow 3 feet wide. It produces a brilliant show with bold spikes of dark red flowers when very young, blooming from late summer through fall. Plant in full sun with good drainage and protect from frost. USDA zones 9b - 11. Native to southern Africa. Our plants offered in 2¾ inch pots with caudex already forming. Leguminosae

 
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Euphorbia bicompacta var. rubra (Green Form) Euphorbia bicompacta var. rubra - Green Form
Code: 90341
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(Syn.: Synadenium compactum var. rubrum, incorrectly as Synadenium grantii), African Milk Bush

This is a thornless semi-succulent shrub that is grown in tropical gardens for its large fleshy colorful leaves. The leaf color varies for different forms from green with red splotches to mostly reddish-purple with green spots. Plants offered here are of the green form. It's grown as a tropical looking ornamental and can be used as an informal hedge. Grows 6 to 15 feet high. Requires part to full sun and very good drainage. This drought resistant plant doesn't like to be overwatered. It's hardy to a light frost, but will probably drop its leaves. USDA zones 9 - 12. This native of Kenya is usually misnamed in the horticulture trade being confused with its rarely grown greener relative Synadenium grantii (now known as Euphorbia umbellata). Most of the synadeniums have been reclassified into the Euphorbia family.

Warning: When injured or pruned, it produces large amounts of white latex sap which is an extreme irritant and can cause dermatitis and eye injury. Don't grow it around small children or animals that might ingest it, as it is poisonous. Euphorbiaceae

 
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Euphorbia cotinifolia Euphorbia cotinifolia
Code: 69077
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Tall shrub or small tree with glowing copper-red leaves. Be careful of irritating sap! Mexico to So. America. Euphorbiaceae

 
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Euphorbia neococcinea Euphorbia neococcinea
Code: 90238
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(Syn.: Monadenium coccineum), Masai Spurge

This is a colorful flowering succulent plant with pink to red miniature orchid-shaped flowers winter thru spring. Yellow-green stems to 2 feet high arise from a subterranean caudex up to 6 inches in diameter, which may be raised to create an attractive caudiciform specimen. Of easy culture, give a bright setting with well drained soil, such as cactus potting soil. Native of northern Tanzania. USDA zones 9b - 10b. Euphorbiaceae

 
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Euphorbia punicea Euphorbia punicea
Code: 90675
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Jamaican Poinsettia, Flame of Jamaica

New! This is a rarely offered evergreen succulent shrub from Jamaica, blooming with red bracts surrounding its small golden yellow flowers. In the tropics it can grow 6 to 12 feet high, but it can be container grown and kept shorter. Needs warmth, sun, and excellent drainage. It's best to plant in a cactus type potting soil. In a cooler marginal area such as zone 9b, it will probably lose its leaves in winter. Keep it on the dry side in winter and protect from frost. It's attractive to butterflies. USDA zones 9b- 12. Euphorbiaceae

 
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Ficus elastica Variegata Ficus elastica 'Variegata'
Code: 90651
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Variegated Indian Rubber Tree

New! The Variegated Rubber Plant has thick, light green leaves margined with various shades of creamy white. For a colorful contrast, new leaves appear with overtones of pink from bright red sheaths that cover the unopened leaves. In its native tropical Asia, this tree can reach an enormous height of over 100 feet with large buttresses and aerial roots. However for us, it makes an ideal specimen container plant, indoors or out, staying a manageable size for years. This is an easy houseplant, as long as it is not overwatered. Always let it dry out a bit between waterings and give it bright indirect light. Needs protection from frost. USDA zones 10 - 12. Moraceae

 
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Ficus microcarpa var. crassifolia Green Mound Ficus microcarpa var. crassifolia 'Green Mound'
Code: 90455
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(Syn.: Ficus 'Green Mound'), Wax Ficus

Two similar varieties are often confused in the Florida plant trade. This Ficus 'Green Mound' has heavy-textured pointed leaves with the plant growing to a height of 6 feet, while Ficus 'Green Island' has somewhat smaller rounded leaves and it grows prostrate to only 3 to 4 feet in height. Our selection came from Hawaii where, like in Florida, it is used as a small shrub or a low hedge, standing up to salt, wind and drought. With almost no pruning, it forms a dense dark green mound, easily kept below six feet. It also makes a very desirable bonsai. It should be protected from frost as very cold temperatures may cause some leaf spotting, but it should survive down to an occasional 30F. It is native to Asia. USDA zones 9 - 11. Moraceae

 
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Ficus natalensis subsp leprieurii Malay Gold Ficus natalensis subsp. leprieurii 'Malay Gold'
Code: 51442
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(Syn.: Ficus triangularis 'Variegata', Ficus triangularis 'Coconut Cream'), Variegated Dwarf Triangle Fig

Beautiful 2 to 3 inch variegated triangular leaves and a dwarf, compact habit distinguish this interesting houseplant. Young leaves are broadly edged golden yellow and patterned in shades of dark green and gray green. Older leaves are patterned light and dark green, with no two leaves exactly alike. Recommended for bonsai.

Kartuz Greenhouses has been offering this cultivar, 'Malay Gold', for over 30 years. We recently obtained 'Coconut Cream', which seems to be a popular variety in Eastern Europe. We can not detect any differences between the two and consider them to be the same plant. Moraceae

 
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Ficus salicaria Ficus salicaria
Code: 51444
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(Syn.: Ficus subulata, Ficus salicifolia, Ficus neriifolia)

Narrow, dark evergreen glossy leaves, compact, upright. Great for bonsai. Moraceae

 
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