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69148  

Duvernoia aconitiflora

Lemon Pistol Bush



Duvernoia aconitiflora

$8.95  

This species from South Africa is related to Justicia. It's a tall, much-branched, wind tolerant shrub growing to 9 feet in height. Two-lipped white to cream flowers, tinged with mauve, are borne at the end of stems in 3 to 7 opposite pairs. Blooms late summer through fall. The ripe club-shaped seed pods burst open with a loud, explosive crack, hence its common name. It has bright green narrow pendulous leaves. Plant in a frost free position in part shade to full sun. It requires rich soil and plenty of summer water. USDA zones 9 - 11. Acanthaceae


69146  

Justicia adhatoda

(Syn.: Adhatoda vasica), Malabar Nut, Adulsa, Adhatoda, Vasa, or Vasaka



Justicia adhatoda

$8.95  

Evergreen tropical shrub to 8 feet high. White flowers have a curved upper lip and are veined red to purplish pink. Summer Blooming. Native to India and Sri Lanka. This is a medicinal plant commonly used in Asia. USDA zones 9 - 11. Acanthaceae


69086  

Justicia betonica




Justicia betonica

$8.95  

Bushy shrub, upright white bracts with green netting. White flowers turn pink with age. Acanthaceae


51888  

Justicia brandegeana

(Syn.: Beloperone guttata), Shrimp Plant



Justicia brandegeana

$8.95  

Continually in bloom with arching spikes of white tubular flowers overlapped by coppery bronze bracts, somewhat resembling large shrimp. This easy evergreen plant grows to 2½ feet high and wide in part shade to full sun. Makes a nice container plant. Protect from frost. Native of Mexico. USDA zones 9 - 11. Acanthaceae


51889  

Justicia brandegeana 'Mutant'

Mutant Shrimp Plant



Justicia brandegeana Mutant

$8.95  

Erect spikes of deep burnished red bracts with deep pink lipped flowers. Acanthaceae


80163  

Justicia brandegeana 'Pink'

Pink Shrimp Plant



Justicia brandegeana Pink

$8.95  

A different form of the popular shrimp plant that has rosy pink floral bracts, and tubular pink flowers. Acanthaceae


51893  

Justicia brandegeana 'Variegata'

Variegated Shrimp Plant



Justicia brandegeana Variegata

$8.95  

This special form of the popular shrimp plant has leaves splashed creamy white, bronzy orange floral bracts, and tubular white flowers. Acanthaceae


51894  

Justicia brandegeana 'Yellow Queen'

Yellow Queen Shrimp Plant



Justicia brandegeana Yellow Queen

$8.95  

This popular selection has chartreuse-yellow bracts and white flowers. Acanthaceae


69147  

Justicia brasiliana

(Syn.: Dianthera nodosa 'Brazil') Lady in Pink, Pretty in Pink



Justicia brasiliana

$8.95  

A relative of shrimp plant (Justicia) has clusters of beautiful bright pink, tubular, three-lipped flowers along the stems. Bloom almost continuously. A great container plant. Grows 1 to 3 feet high. Prefers part shade with a moist, well drained soil. Protect from frost. From Eastern Brazil. Acanthaceae


90271  

Justicia candicans

(Syn.: Justicia ovata), Red Justicia, Arizona Water Willow



Justicia candicans

$8.95  

This Arizona native has bright red tubular 1 inch flowers and oval light green fuzzy leaves. Blooms most of the year. Upright grower to 5 feet by 3 feet wide. Prefers well-drained, light moist soils and is best in filtered shade. Attracts hummingbirds. Can tolerate heavy frost to 25F. USDA zones 9 - 10. Acanthaceae


51897  

Justicia carnea

Brazilian Plume Flower



Justicia carnea

$8.95  

Dense soft-wooded shrub with showy terminal spikes of pink flowers. Grows 3 to 5 feet high and to 2 feet wide, blooming midsummer to fall. Cut back in spring to encourage new growth. Plant in part to full shade with ample water and rich soil. Can be grown as an indoor or greenhouse plant in cold climates. Native to South America. Hardy to 28F. USDA zones 9 - 12. Acanthaceae


51898  

Justicia carnea 'Radiant'

(Syn.: Justicia carnea 'Huntington Form'), Radiant Brazilian Plume Flower



Justicia carnea Radiant

$8.95  

A more compact Justicia carnea variety growing 3 to 4 feet high with striking salmon-rose pink flowers and deep green, red backed foliage. Blooms midsummer to fall. Cut back in spring to encourage new growth. Plant in part to full shade with ample water and rich soil. Can be grown as an indoor or greenhouse plant in cold climates. Native to South America. Hardy to 28F. USDA zones 9 - 12. Acanthaceae


69139  

Justicia extensa

Silverspot Justicia, Camouflage Plant



Justicia extensa

$8.95  

Novel plant with dark green, shiny leaves spotted with ash-silver. Very small horned flowers green with pink spots, in long terminal panicles in winter. Erect stems with narrow growth habit can reach 6 feet in partial shade. Can be pruned to keep as a foliage houseplant. Native to tropical Africa. Protect from frost. Acanthaceae


51885  

Justicia floribunda

(Syn.: Justicia rizzinii), Brazilian Fuchsia, Firefly, Water Willow



Justicia floribunda

$8.95  

Yellow tipped orange flowers in great abundance during winter. Tiny leaves on this dwarf, rounded evergreen shrub, which grows 12 to 24 inches tall and wide. Plant in full sun to partial shade. It should be root hardy if nipped by a light frost. Despite its common name, it's not related to fuchsias. USDA zones 9 - 11. Acanthaceae


51895  

Justicia 'Fruit Salad'

(Syn.: Justicia 'Rainbow')



Justicia Fruit Salad

$8.95  

Red flowers with yellow bracts. Much showier than other shrimp plants. Acanthaceae


51896  

Justicia fulvicoma




Justicia fulvicoma

$8.95  

Crimson bracts with orange and scarlet flowers. Small leaves. Acanthaceae


80060  

Justicia gendarussa

(Syn.: Gendarussa vulgaris, Adhatoda subserrata), Gandarusa, Water Willow, Willow-Leaved Justicia, Daun Rusa (Malay), Tuhod Manok (Philippines)



Justicia gendarussa

$8.95  

Thought to be native to China, it is widely grown throughout Southeast Asia, India, and the Philippines. Gandarusa is an erect, branched, small shrub, 2½ to 5 feet high. Green leaves are lanceolate, smooth, 3 to 5 inches long, ½ inch wide, pointed at the tips. The ½ inch white flowers, spotted purple in the throat and lip, are in spikes up to 5 inches long at the terminal or in the axils of the leaves. Quick growing, it is grown in the tropics as a 2 to 3 foot hedge (planted 12 inches apart) or as an edging plant trimmed to 1 to 2 feet high. Easily grown from cuttings. It requires moist soil in sun or shade. In its native habitat, it grows in shade along stream banks. In Asia it is used as a herbal medicine. Leaves and roots contain a bitter alkaloid (justiciine). It's commonly planted around homes in the Philippines. Hardy to 32F. Acanthaceae


80061  

Justicia gendarussa 'Variegata'

(Syn.: Gendarussa vulgaris 'Variegata', Adhatoda subserrata 'Variegata'), Variegated Gandarusa, Variegated Water Willow, Variegated Willow-Leaved Justicia, Daun Rusa (Malay), Tuhod Manok (Philippines)



Justicia gendarussa Variegata

$8.95  

A variegated leaf form of gandarusa with various shades of white, green, and gray. Otherwise, the information is the same as for the green form. Acanthaceae


51886  

Justicia leonardii

Orange Justicia, Summer Sun Justicia



Justicia leonardii

$8.95  

With clusters of upright tubular orange flowers, this easy Mexican plant is attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies. Blooms from late spring through fall. Grows 3 to 4 feet high, 4 to 6 feet wide with small felted ovate leaves. Plant in sun or part shade with good drainage. One of the hardiest justicias. USDA zones 8b - 11. Acanthaceae


90409  

Justicia petiolaris subsp. bowiei

Blue Justicia, Kissing Leaves



Justicia petiolaris subsp bowiei

$8.95  

Attractive 1 ft perennial with soft, velvety oval leaves and two-lipped pink-purple 1 inch flowers. Blooms most of the year. Grow in semi-shade, rich well-drained soil and regular watering. Older plants somewhat drought tolerant. Pinch when young to shape. It self-seeds and roots easily from cuttings. May recover from mild frost by sending up new shoots in spring. Native to South Africa. USDA zones 9 - 11. Acanthaceae


51890  

Justicia plumbaginifolia

(Syn.: Beloperone plumbaginifolia, Beloperone oblongata, Justicia oblongata)

Pink Parfait Justicia or Oblong-Leaved Beloperone



Justicia plumbaginifolia

$8.95  

After many years, we finally found the botanical name for this beautiful Justicia. Very showy bright pink flowers and oblong-lanceloate glossy green leaves with a silvery metallic sheen. Needs warm, humid climate, part shade or greenhouse. A rare find! Grows about 3 feet high and wide. Native to Brazil. Acanthaceae


51883  

Justicia sericea 'Inca Queen'




Justicia sericea Inca Queen

$8.95  

This 3 foot shrub has dark green elliptic leaves with stems covered with silky hairs. Blooms in warm weather with 2 inch long bright red lobelia-like flowers that are about 1 inch wide with a large lower lip. It should be planted in full sun, well-drained soil, and seems to tolerate some drought and light frost. A fairly tough plant. Attracts hummingbirds. Peru. Acanthaceae


69144  

Justicia sp. Sidicaro

Orange Plume Justicia



Justicia sp Sidicaro

$8.95  

With an abundance of flaming bright orange flowers, this unusual shrimp plant blooms continuously from early spring through fall. It's a fast growing upright herbaceous shrub that grows to 8 feet in height in tropical Florida. Full or partial sun. It can be grown in a container for colder areas and brought indoors for the winter. Unknown origin, probably native to southern Mexico and Central America. It may be a hybrid or variety of Justicia spicigera or an unidentified species. Very attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies. USDA zones 9 - 11. Acanthaceae


69145  

Justicia spicigera

Mexican Honeysuckle



Justicia spicigera

$8.95  

Evergreen shrub with clusters of 1½ inch orange flowers from spring through fall. Grows 3 feet high and 4 feet wide in full sun or partial shade. Attracts hummingbirds. From Mexico and Central America. USDA zones 9 - 11. Acanthaceae





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