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90471  

Bartlettina sordida

Blue Mist Flower



Bartlettina sordida

$9.95  

NEW! - This is a fast growing perennial shrub in the Daisy family from the cloud forests of Mexico. Grows up to 10 feet in height with large, velvety green, tropical looking leaves. In early Spring, it blooms with massive clusters of ageratum-like fragrant flowers of bluish-violet. It thrives in bright shade and rich, moist soil. It does best in mild climates with cool nights. Frost tender. USDA zones 9 - 10. Asteraceae


80126  

Bartlettina sp.

Blue Spur Flower, Blue Mist Flower



Bartlettina sp

$9.95  

This strikingly beautiful shrub comes from the cloud forests of Mexico. The large velvety heart-shaped leaves are purplish green with purple veining, dark purple beneath. Young growth and stems are deep maroon-purple with large bluish violet ageratum-like flower clusters in spring. Fast growing to 4 feet high. Needs bright shade and ample water. Can be grown in a cool greenhouse in large pots in the winter (minimum temperature 35F) and then brought outdoors in spring and summer. Give frost protection. USDA zones 9 - 11.

With hundreds of Ageratum, Bartlettina, and Eupatorium species, the proper identification of this plant is uncertain. It is sometimes offered elsewhere as Ageratum corymbosum, but it does not fit the botanical description for A. corymbosum (flat-top whiteweed, desert ageratum). Also, listed by another grower as Ageratum 'Azure Skies'. The typical Bartlettina sordida has greener leaves and is larger growing. Our guess is that this is probably a variety or subspecies of Bartlettina sordida or a closely related species. Asteraceae


90218  

Centratherum punctatum

(Syn.: Centratherum intermedium), Manaos Beauty, Brazilian Button, Pineapple Weed



Centratherum punctatum

$8.95  

Tender perennial with pineapple scented foliage and 1½ inch fluffy lavender-blue button-like flowers. Wonderful for borders or containers. Grows 12 to 24 inches high and wide. Blooms over a long period, from summer to frost. Likes rich, moist soil in full sun, but can tolerate some shade and dryness. Reseeds heavily. Attractive to butterflies. USDA zones 9 - 11. Native to tropical areas of South and Central America. Asteraceae


90531  

Gynura aurantiaca

Velvet Plant. Purple Velvet Plant, Royal Velvet Plant, Velvet Tree



Gynura aurantiaca

$8.95  

This showy plant from Java is grown for its handsome velvety 5 inch leaves and stems that are covered in dense purple hairs. Its growth is robust with upright stems that are thick and succulent, growing 3 to 5 feet in height. Its tall stems may need some staking. Best purple leaf color is in bright light on new growth. Clusters of tiny, daisy-like, orange-yellow flowers appear in winter. It dislikes extreme heat or cold and needs winter protection below 40F. Plant it as a soft purple accent in a tropical garden bed. USDA zones 10 - 12. It is usually found that its botanical name is given in error to the common trailing house plant "Purple Passion Plant", which is probably a hybrid between Gynura aurantiaca and Gynura procumbens. Asteraceae


80026  

Helianthus maximiliani

Maximilian's Sunflower



Helianthus maximiliani

$8.95  

A 5 to 10 foot perennial forming a 3 foot clump. Blooms in fall with abundant 3 inch golden yellow flowers. Southwestern U.S. native. Asteraceae


80022  

Montanoa atriplicifolia

(Syn.: Montanoa schotii), Yacatan Daisy



Montanoa atriplicifolia

$9.95  

Large woody vine with fragrant white daisy flowers in winter. Asteraceae


80020  

Montanoa bipinnatifida

Mexican Daisy Tree



Montanoa bipinnatifida

$9.95  

Double white flowers with yellow center in winter. Large soft green deeply indented leaves. Grows to 15 feet. Minimum temperature of 28F. Asteraceae


80021  

Montanoa grandiflora




Montanoa grandiflora

$9.95  

Large white single flowers, yellow center with fragrance like freshly baked cookies. With large lobed leaves, grows to 12 feet high. 28F. Asteraceae


80023  

Montanoa leucantha




Montanoa leucantha

$9.95  

Multi-stemmed shrub 5 to 20 feet high and wide. Slightly fragrant 1½ inch single white daisies with yellow centers. They are produced in such abundance in late fall and early winter that they turn the whole tree white. As with all of the montanoas they should survive down to 28F. They all require regular watering. Native to Mexico. Asteraceae


80024  

Podachaenium eminens

Giant Tree Daisy



Podachaenium eminens

$9.95  

Sprays of fragrant white daisy flowers in spring. Huge velvety tropical looking leaves. Asteraceae


68621  

Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides

(Syn.: Senecio confusus), Mexican Flame Vine



Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides

$9.95  

Bright orange flowers throughout the year, light green glossy leaves. Colombia. Asteraceae


68620  

Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides 'Sao Paulo'

(Syn.: Senecio confusus 'Sao Paulo')



Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides Sao Paulo

$9.95  

A superior selection, collected from a cultivated plant in Sao Paulo, Brazil. This beautiful vine covers itself with 2 to 3 inch brilliant orange-red daisies in cycles throughout the year. Deep bronzy green leaves and twining stems. A most adaptable plant, blooming well in sun or shade. 28F. Asteraceae


80028  

Roldana petasitis

(Syn.: Senecio petasitis)



Roldana petasitis

$9.95  

Shrubby perennial from Mexico. Tropical look with large 8 inch fanlike velvety evergreen leaves. Clusters of small bright yellow daisies in midwinter. Grows to 8 feet. Hardy to mid 20's. Asteraceae


67525  

Senecio angulatus




Senecio angulatus

$9.95  

South African vine with clouds of yellow daisy-like flowers all season long. Glossy leaves. Asteraceae


90457  

Senecio tamoides

Canary Creeper



Senecio tamoides

$9.95  

NEW! - This is a vigorous fast-growing evergreen vine with semi-succulent stems and leaves. It has attractive glossy light green ivy-like leaves. The abundant bright canary yellow daisy flowers are borne in clusters from late summer to fall, making an impressive show. Flowers are fragrant. Frost may cause dieback but vine should recover in the spring. Native to South Africa. USDA zones 9 - 11. Sometimes confused with the undesirable and highly invasive German or Cape Ivy, Delairea odorata (Syn.: Senecio mikanioides). Asteraceae


73871  

Sphagneticola trilobata 'Texas Gold'

(Syn.: Wedelia trilobata 'Outenreath Gold')
West Indian Creeper, Creeping Oxeye, Singapore Daisy



Sphagneticola trilobata Texas Gold

$8.95  

Fast growing subtropical ground cover. Leaves are green brightly splashed with yellow with golden colored daisy flowers. Asteraceae


80025  

Tithonia diversifolia

Mexican Tree Marigold



Tithonia diversifolia

$9.95  

Evergreen shrub to 12 feet with lobed leaves. Covered in fall with 6 inch bright yellow daisies with yellow centers. Prune hard after blooming. Spectacular in bloom. Asteraceae





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