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67057  

Allamanda schottii 'Variegata'




Allamanda schottii Variegata

$11.95  

Gray-green foliage variegated white, compact habit. Yellow flowers as above. Minimum 40F. Apocynaceae


80123  

Asclepias curassavica - orange

Orange Butterfly Weed



Asclepias curassavica orange

$9.95  

Standard variety with orange and gold flowers all summer. Easy to grow perennial to 18 inches high, full sun, regular water. Attracts the monarch butterfly. This species grows year-round in warmer climates, unlike North America's native species. Because a tiny parasite that harms monarch butterflies may overwinter on this tropical milkweed, it is advisable to cut it down in winter to let it regrow clean foliage. USDA zones 8 - 11. Summer annual elsewhere. Native to tropical America. Apocynaceae


69072  

Asclepias curassavica - red

Red Butterfly Weed



Asclepias curassavica red

$9.95  

A selected variety with red and yellow flowers all summer. Easy to grow perennial to 18 inches high, full sun, regular water. Attracts the monarch butterfly. This species grows year-round in warmer climates, unlike North America's native species. Because a tiny parasite that harms monarch butterflies may overwinter on this tropical milkweed, it is advisable to cut it down in winter to let it regrow clean foliage. USDA zones 8 - 11. Summer annual elsewhere. Native to tropical America. Apocynaceae


50252  

Asclepias curassavica 'Silky Gold'

Silky Gold Butterfly Weed



Asclepias curassavica Silky Gold

$9.95  

A selected variety with golden yellow flowers all summer. Easy to grow perennial to 18 inches high, full sun, regular water. Attracts the monarch butterfly. This species grows year-round in warmer climates, unlike North America's native species. Because a tiny parasite that harms monarch butterflies may overwinter on this tropical milkweed, it is advisable to cut it down in winter to let it regrow clean foliage. USDA zones 8 - 11. Summer annual elsewhere. Native to tropical America. Apocynaceae


90429  

Carissa macrocarpa 'Frost'

Golden Natal Plum



Carissa macrocarpa Frost

$14.95  

New! This evergreen South African natal plum has small glossy green leaves beautifully variegated with golden cream and fragrant white flowers. Open growth habit to 4 feet. Grow in part shade to full sun with good drainage and in a frost free location. Tolerates beachfront locations. Apocynaceae


50405  

Carissa macrocarpa 'Humphreyi Variegata'




Carissa macrocarpa Humphreyi Variegata

$9.95  

Small glossy leaves beautifully variegated cream and light green, very full, compact habit, perfect for bonsai. Fragrant white flowers. Apocynaceae


90260  

Ceropegia ampliata

Bushman's Pipe, Horny Wonder, Condom Plant



Ceropegia ampliata

$9.95  

This unusual conversation piece produces in abundance strange looking green and white flowers in late summer. It has a unique method of pollination. The tubular 2½ inch flowers are lined inside with downward pointing hairs that temporarily trap insects. They are then released the next day covered with pollen. With thick leafless twining stems, it is best displayed in a hanging basket. Plant in partial shade with a well-draining cactus mix and allow to dry out between waterings. Needs protection from freezing. Native to South Africa. A detailed description of this weird plant can be found at PlantZAfrica.com. Apocynaceae


90638  

Ceropegia sandersonii

Parachute or Umbrella Plant



Ceropegia sandersonii

$9.95  

New! The common name of this small succulent vine refers to its flowers that are shaped somewhat like parachutes or umbrellas. The flowers are even more unusual in that they give off a scent to trap flies. As the flies slide down the flower tube to the base they get covered in pollen. The flies are released later, as the flower withers, to pollinate other parachute flowers. It's fairly easy to grow as a basket plant or in a dry terrarium in well-drained soil and bright light (not direct sunlight). Native to Mozambique, South Africa, and Swaziland. (B,T) Apocynaceae      Resized image from Wikimedia Commons: Wouter Hagens, Ceropegia sandersonii A, CC BY-SA 3.0


90660  

Cynanchum insigne

(Syn.: Sarcostemma insigne), Green Spaghetti Plant



Cynanchum insigne

$19.95  

New! - This is a rare leafless succulent plant from Madagascar with green trailing cylindrical stems, resembling a Rhipsalis. Scented flowers appear along the stems that are pale white with red stripes, much like the veins in a bloodshot eye. It's an ideal plant for a hanging basket. With its low water requirement, give it warmth and bright shade. Apocynaceae


67514  

Dischidia ovata




Dischidia ovata

$19.95  

Small coppery red leaves, lighter veins, twining stems.

4 inch Pot Apocynaceae


90351  

Dischidia sp. White Diamond




Dischidia sp White Diamond

$24.95  

A variegated hoya relative with small diamond-shaped leaves that are greyish green with a creamy white margin. Tiny white flowers. Makes a beautiful hanging basket plant. Sometimes, sold as a novelty hanging plant in a seashell. Widely grown in S.E. Asia incorrectly as Dischidia oiantha. USDA Zones 10 - 11. Apocynaceae


90673  

Fockea edulis

Hottentot Bread



Fockea edulis

$12.95  

New! This collector's plant is a semi-decidous succulent perennial grown for its swollen caudiciform base. It has thin, twining stems growing up to 3 feet with 1/2 to 1 inch long gray-green oval leaves and tiny lightly scented starfish-shaped, lime green flowers. It is dioecious with male and female flowers on separate plants. In nature, the tuberous caudex grows underground reaching a size up to 2 feet in diameter. Growers leave the young plants with this base buried in the pot until the desired size is reached. It's then repotted with the caudex above ground creating the unique bonsai look. To protect this base from sunburn grow the plant in light shade. Train the twining stems on a framework or keep trimmed to keep them from growing over nearby plants. Plant in a fast-draining cactus mix and water regularly from spring to fall, then reduce watering in winter during dormancy to prevent rotting. Though the name 'edulis' indicates the plant is edible, it requires an elaborate process to rid the tuber of its toxicity. This endangered species, native to South Africa and Namibia, can withstand a light frost as low as 28F for short periods. USDA zones 9b - 11. Apocynaceae


CH1  

Hoya Collection




Hoya Collection

$62.95  

Collection, 3 different, our choice. Apocynaceae


51751  

Hoya kanyakumariana




Hoya kanyakumariana

$24.95  

Small closely set crisp wavy leaves, wiry stems. Fragrant white flowers with red centers. Apocynaceae


67935  

Pentalinon luteum

(Syn.: Urechites lutea), Yellow Allamanda



Pentalinon luteum

$10.95  

Large bright yellow trumpet-shaped flowers in abundance all season long. Attractive glossy dark green foliage. Native to So. Florida and the Caribbean. 40F. Apocynaceae


80182  

Plumeria pudica

Bridal Bouquet, Fiddle Leaf Plumeria



Plumeria pudica

$15.95  

This species of plumeria has large 3 inch bright white flowers and unique fiddle-shaped leaves. A semi-deciduous shrub or small tree. The scentless flowers have a long blooming period. Fast growing, easy to grow. A great patio plant. Native to Columbia and Venezuela, and is commonly planted throughout the Caribbean. Apocynaceae


68755  

Stephanotis floribunda

(Syn.: Marsdenia floribunda), Madagascar Jasmine



Stephanotis floribunda

$11.95  

Prized for the wonderfully sweet fragrance of its waxy white flowers which are popular in wedding bouquets. This is one of the most popular vines in the world. The 2 inch star-shaped flowers appear in clusters during summer and fall, and the shiny, waxy green 2 to 4 inch leaves are handsome all year. Twining growth and culture are similar to hoyas, to which it is related. The plant makes an excellent container subject. Best in bright indirect light. Native to Madagascar. 28F. USDA zones 9b - 12. Apocynaceae


90191  

Stephanotis floribunda 'Variegata'

(Syn.: Marsdenia floribunda 'Variegated'), Variegated Madagascar Jasmine, Variegated Bridal Bouquet



Stephanotis floribunda Variegata

$12.95  

An usual variegated form of the madagascar jasmine with brightly colored yellow variegation on the new growth, changing to cream and green variegation with age. Prized for the wonderfully sweet fragrance of its waxy white flowers which are popular in wedding bouquets. The 2 inch star-shaped flowers appear in clusters during summer and fall, and the shiny, waxy variegated 2 to 4 inch leaves are handsome all year. Twining growth and culture are similar to hoyas, to which it is related. The plant makes an excellent container subject. Best in bright indirect light. Native to Madagascar. 28F. USDA zones 9b - 12. Apocynaceae


90268  

Strophanthus speciosus

(Strophanthus capensis), Corkscrew Flower, Forest Poison Rope



Strophanthus speciosus

$15.95  

Rare shrub with clusters of unusual 1 inch starfish-shaped flowers, sweetly scented. The long, slender pale petals are yellow with rusty red towards the center. This large rambling or vining evergreen shrub has whorled narrow glossy leaves. Grows to 6 feet high in sun or part shade with adequate summer moisture. Can be pruned to be a lax, arching shrub. Ground-up seeds used to poison arrow tips in its native South Africa. USDA zones 9 - 11. Apocynaceae


65855  

Tabernaemontana divaricata 'Flore Pleno'

(Syn.: Ervatamia coronaria, Tabernaemontana coronaria), Butterfly Gardenia



Tabernaemontana divaricata Flore Pleno

$10.95  

Fragrant 1½ inch double flowers produced all year. Handsome glossy leaves, compact growth. Popular throughout the world and easy to grow. Excellent container plant. India. 32F. Apocynaceae





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