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Apiales

The Apiales order is comprised of seven families. Of particular importance are the Apiaceae, the carrot family, and the Araliaceae, the ginseng family. The Apiaceae include over 3700 species, amply distributed worldwide, particularly in the temperate areas of the northern hemisphere. Apiaceae are easily distinguished by their flowers, arranged in umbels or clusters emerging from a common center and forming a flat surface at the top. Many of them are popular herbaceous perennials. The Araliaceae, the other major family in the order Apiales, on the other hand, comprises only a few herbaceous perennials. Most of the members of this family are woody plants and some are important ornamentals, such as Aralia, Cussonia or Schefflera. The remaining families comprise mostly shrubs and trees, some of which are popular ornamentals such as Pittosporum.

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Aciphylla aurea – Golden Spaniard, Taramea
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 5.08 In Stock
Aciphylla colensoi – Wild Spaniard
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 7.18 In Stock
Aciphylla crosby-smithii – Crosby-Smith's Speargrass
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 8.18 In Stock
Aciphylla dieffenbachii – Dieffenbachs Speargrass
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 6.85 In Stock
Aciphylla divisa
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 11.38 In Stock
Aciphylla glaucescens – Feathery Spaniard
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 5.64 In Stock
Aciphylla horrida 'Lomondii' – Horrid Spaniard
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 7.18 In Stock
Aciphylla lyallii – Lyall's Speargrass
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 14.37 In Stock
Aciphylla pinnatifida
A small Aciphylla from New Zealand with unusual pinnate leaves and upright inflorescences with large orange or yellowish bracts...
From USD 5.75 In Stock
Aciphylla scott-thomsonii – Giant Spaniard, Thomson's Spaniard
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 5.42 Low Stock
Aciphylla subflabellata – Spaniard
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 7.52 In Stock
Aciphylla traversii – Chatham Island Speargrass, Taramea
Aciphylla is a most unusual genus of plants, native to New Zealand with one exception. It belongs in the Apiaceae and is thus related to carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. In appearance however, Aciphylla has little in common with these vegetables but rather has thick, very hard, spiky foliage in ro..
From USD 11.38 In Stock
Anisotome haastii – Haast's Carrot
Anisotome is a genus closely related to Aciphylla and native to New Zealand exclusively. A. haastii forms a large rosette of leathery, glossy green, broad, finely pinnate leaves. The large inflorescence has many small flowers in an umbrella-like structure. In cultivation it will do best in cool or c..
From USD 5.30 In Stock
Anisotome latifolia – Campbell Carrot
Anisotome is a genus closely related to Aciphylla and native to New Zealand exclusively. A. latifolia is found on the subantarctic Auckland and Campbell Islands and part of the astounding "megaherb" flora found only on these cold and windy dots in the ocean. It forms a large rosette of leathery, glo..
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Anisotome lyallii – Lyall's Carrot
Anisotome is a genus closely related to Aciphylla and native to New Zealand exclusively. A. lyallii is native to the southwestern coast of the South Island of New Zealand as well as the Stewart, and Solander Islands, where it is found in a variety of habitats along the immediate coastline. Its roset..
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A very attractive ornamental shrub or small tree native to China and Vietnam with large, bipinnate, compound leaves and sprays of white flowers followed by clusters of small black fruits in autumn. In cultivation it is best suited to temperate climates in USDA Zones 7 to 9. It has many uses in tradi..
From USD 4.75 In Stock
Aralia leschenaultii
Aralia leschenaultii
= Pentapanax leschenaultii
A sparsely branching shrub with pinnate or digitate leaves that have 3 to 5 segments, umbellate, terminal inflorescences and small, dark purple fruits. It is native to montane forests from India to China (Yunnan) and Indochina. It makes an attractive ornamental for warm temperate climates...
From USD 5.64 In Stock
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From USD 4.75 In Stock
Astropanax volkensii
Astropanax volkensii
= Schefflera volkensii
Somwhat better knows as Schefflera volkensii, this plant can grow as a large tree to 30 m tall or in less favorable habitats reach only much more modest dimensions, such as a scandent shrub. Ocasionally it is found as an epiphyte growing on larger trees. The leaves are palmate with 4 to 6 elliptic, ..
From USD 11.83 In Stock
Azorella compacta
(Description coming soon)..
From USD 7.52 In Stock
Brassaiopsis hainla – Seto Chuletro Tree
A dry deciduous tree, up to 15 m in height, widely distributed in monsoonal forests in Asia, from Yunnan province in China to India and Peninsular Malaysia. It presents spiny branches, large, palmate, papery leaves and terminal, upright inflorescences. Brassaiopsis hainla will make an attractive orn..
From USD 5.42 In Stock
Coriandrum sativum – Coriander, Cilantro
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From USD 4.75 In Stock
Cussonia sphaerocephala – Forest Cabbage Tree
A very attractive, evergreen, small tree with a sparsely branching trunk, each branch of which holds a dense head of variable, palmate or bipalmate leaves. Especially young, unbranched plants have a distinctly palm-like appearance. Native to drier regions of South Africa, it makes a wonderful orname..
From USD 5.30 In Stock
Cussonia spicata – Common Cabbage Tree
A very attractive, evergreen, rather fast growing, medium-sized tree with a sparsely branching trunk, each branch of which holds a dense head of palmate leaves with deeply lobed leaflets. Especially young, unbranched plants have a distinctly palm-like appearance. It is widely distributed from Sudan ..
From USD 5.42 Low Stock
Dendropanax arboreus 'Schippii' – Angelica Shrub
A shrub or small tree from South America. Its glossy green leaves are lobed or entire and usually vary a lot, even on the same branch. The inconspicuous white flowers are followed by clusters of small, reddish to black fruits. It makes an attractive ornamental for the tropics...
From USD 4.64 In Stock
Dendropanax arboreus – Angelica Tree
A small to medium tree widely distributed and common in lowland and montane rainforests, savannas and secondary vegetation from southern Mexico and the Caribbean to Bolivia to 1500 m elevation. Its glossy green leaves are lobed or entire and usually vary a lot, even on the same branch. The inconspic..
From USD 4.64 In Stock
Eleutherococcus senticosus
Eleutherococcus senticosus
= Acanthopanax senticosus
(Description coming soon)..
From USD 5.30 In Stock
Eryngium eburneum – Candelabra Sea Holly
An attractive, clustering rosette plant from Argentina that looks a lot like a bromeliad or perhaps an Agave when not in flower, but actually belongs into the Apiaceae and is thus related to plants like carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. The narrow, strap-like, glossy green leaves are spiny along th..
From USD 5.08 In Stock
A small perennial that forms a rosette of oblong, finely toothed leaves and a short inflorescence with small, green flowers. The leaves are highly aromatic and have a flavor that is nearly identical to that of cilantro. Unlike cilantro, the flavor lasts well even if the plant is cooked or dried and ..
From USD 4.75 In Stock
Eryngium paniculatum – Chupalla
A rosette forming plant from southern Chile an Argentina, that looks like a bromeliad or perhaps an Agave when not in flower, but actually belongs into the Apiaceae family and is thus related to plants like carrot, parsley, dill, celery etc. It is easy to grow, great for border plantings in temperat..
From USD 5.42 In Stock
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Panax ginseng – Asian Ginseng
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A perennial with palmate leaves, red fruits and a fleshy rootstock that is widely used in a variety of preparations for its aphrodisiac and stimulant properties.

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Tetrapanax papyrifer – Rice-paper Plant
From USD 5.64

A popular ornamental shrub in the Araliaceae from rainforests on Taiwan and in southern China, closely related and similar to Fatsia, in which it was once included. It forms a slender, usually unbranc...

Hymenosporum flavum – Australian Frangipani
From USD 5.08

This close relative of Pittosporum from eastern Australia and New Guinea grows into a small to medium-sized tree with glossy dark green foliage and cream to yellow, wonderfully scented flowers. It is ...

Meryta denhamii
From USD 6.41

This stunning and very rare, palm-like small tree is native to rainforests in New Caledonia and has very thick and leathery, long, tongue shaped leaves, forming a dense crown on a sparsely branching s...

Cussonia sphaerocephala – Forest Cabbage Tree
From USD 5.30

A very attractive, evergreen, small tree with a sparsely branching trunk, each branch of which holds a dense head of variable, palmate or bipalmate leaves. Especially young, unbranched plants have a d...

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