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67053  

Allamanda cathartica 'Hendersonii'

Golden Trumpet



Allamanda cathartica Hendersonii

$11.95  

Throughout the tropics one of the most popular vines and rightly so. Trainable as a vine or shrub, it is famous for its profusion of 5 inch bright yellow flowers throughout the year and handsome 6 inch tapered glossy green foliage. In cooler areas such as coastal California, it blooms outdoors in summer and fall. It is deciduous with frost and likes a warm protected site. In the greenhouse it is dazzling all year. Spectacular variety. South America. 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


80125  

Asclepias physocarpa

Family Jewels, White Butterfly Weed, Swan Plant, Balloon Plant



Asclepias physocarpa

$9.95  

This milkweed has small white flowers followed by unusual golf ball sized seed capsules. These are light green and covered by rough hairs (a real conversation piece). It's an easy fast growing perennial shrub to 6 feet high. Plant in full sun, well-drained soil. Summer blooming. The plant is a great food source for the monarch butterfly caterpillar. Tender perennial, USDA zones 8 - 10. Native to southeast Africa. 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


90261  

Carissa spinarum

Climbing Num-num (Syn.: Carissa edulis var. tomentosa, Carrisa tomentosa)



Carissa spinarum

$14.95  

This is a fast-growing, thorny, scrambling shrub with tomentose (fuzzy) foliage and masses of sweetly intense fragrant pinkish white, star-shaped flowers, which are followed by small round dark purple berries. Fruit is edible, but only when fully ripe. Left unpruned, it will scramble up through adjacent trees to 40 feet high forming a dense canopy overhead. However, it can be regularly pruned into a shrub or espalier. Because of its 1 inch woody thorns, it can be grown as an effective impenetrable hedge for protection. Very drought resistant in sun or part shade. This is a tough plant with hardiness around 28F. Native to much of Africa and Southeast Asia. USDA zones 9-12. 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


90556  

Hoya aldrichii

Christmas Island Waxvine



Hoya aldrichii

$13.95  

Big clusters of pale to deep pink flowers with rosy red centers blooming in abundance, fragrant at night. Smooth medium sized leaves on this easy growing moderate to large vine. Native to Christmas Island, in the Indian Ocean. Some consider it close to, or even synonymous with, Hoya cinnamomifolia. Apocynaceae


51701  

Hoya angustifolia

(Syn.: Hoya pottsii var. angustifolia



Hoya angustifolia

$10.95  

Small, narrow, cupped leaves, trailing stems. Umbels of red flowers in abundance. Apocynaceae


51717  

Hoya callistophylla

(Syn.: Hoya finlaysonii)



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$14.95  

Clusters of red flowers, with light yellow centers. Beautiful light green leaves veined dark green. Rare. Apocynaceae


CH1  

Hoya Collection




Hoya Collection

$28.95  

Collection, 3 different, our choice. Apocynaceae


51713  

Hoya densifolia




Hoya densifolia

$10.95  

Yellow flowers with red centers. Small round closely set leaves, trailing. Fragrance of cinnamon. Leaves like Hoya cumingiana, but larger. Native to Java and Indonesia. Apocynaceae


51759  

Hoya golamcoana

(Syn.: Hoya golamcoiana)



Hoya golamcoana

$10.95  

Similar to Hoya cumingiana and Hoya densifolia, only larger. Pale yellow and red flowers, intense clove fragrance. Native to the Philippines. Apocynaceae


51751  

Hoya kanyakumariana




Hoya kanyakumariana

$10.95  

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


51734  

Hoya obovata




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$10.95  

Large thick round leaves splashed with silver. Fragrant globe-shaped flower clusters, light pink with red centers. Apocynaceae


51740  

Hoya plicata




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$10.95  

Many clusters of flowers shaded pink. Oval leaves with unusual raised veins. Malaysia. Apocynaceae


90552  

Hoya pubicalyx 'Black Dragon'




Hoya pubicalyx Black Dragon

$10.95  

Similar to Hoya pubicalyx 'Red Buttons', but flowers are darker, almost blackish. Nice contrast to the light green leaves. Native to the Philippines. Apocynaceae


51755  

Hoya wayettii




Hoya wayettii

$10.95  

Narrow boat-shaped leaves edged dark red. Rose-red flowers. 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





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