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Acoelorrhaphe wrightii 'Azul' – Blue Paurotis Palm
A marvelous and rare form of of the well known Paurotis Palm or Everglades Palm with powdery blue leaves. Native to Cuba, it surprisingly is almost unknown in cultivation...
From USD 10.24 In Stock
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Annona monticola
A rare, small shrub with large leaves that are densely rusty-pubescent below and heart-shaped, edible fruits that similarly covered, native to savanna from Bolivia to central Brazil at low to medium elevations...
From USD 20.93 In Stock
Blechnum auratum – Golden Cycad Leaf Tree Fern
Easily mistaken for a cycad, this marvelous tree fern sports a thick, upright trunk to about 1 m tall and an ascending crown of numerous stiff, conspicuously keeled leaves. It is native to cloud forest and paramo in the high Andes between Colombia to Bolivia from 1900 to 3900 m. Blechnum auratum is ..
From USD 7.71 In Stock
Blechnum buchtienii – Buchtien's Cycad Leaf Tree Fern
With an upright trunk to about 1 m tall and an ascending crown of numerous stiff, keeled leaves, this magnificent tree fern is easily mistaken for a cycad. It is native to low cloud forest and paramo in the Andes between Costa Rica to Bolivia from 1400 to 3400 m. Blechnum buchtienii is practically u..
From USD 6.61 In Stock
Bolusanthus speciosus – Rhodesian Wisteria Tree
A truly spectacular, small flowering tree, widely distributed in savannas in eastern and southern Africa, with pinnate foliage and masses of gorgeous, purplish, pea-like flowers that appear while it is briefly leafless. Its durable wood is highly regarded for carpentry. Bolusanthus speciosus makes a..
From USD 5.07 In Stock
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Clavija membranacea – Shiculin Pijcha
Clavija is a strange and little-known genus in the Primulaceae from the tropics of the new world. C. membrancacea is a palm-like, sparsely branched shrub to about 4 m tall, native to lowland forests in Colombia and Ecuador with long, undivided leaves, thick, waxy, scented flowers that are followed b..
From USD 7.49 In Stock
Dendroseris litoralis – Juan Fernández Cabbage Tree
Native only to tiny, volcanic Robinson Crusoe Island, one of the Juan Fernández Islands in the southeast Pacific, far off the coast of Chile, and home of the famed Juania australis and many other fascinating endemic plants, this strange, small tree from the daisy and sunflower family (Asteraceae) ha..
From USD 16.63 In Stock
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Dendroseris micrantha – Robinson Crusoe Cabbage Tree
This marvelous but critically endangered plant is known only from tiny Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile. It forms a shrub to about 3 m (10 ft.) tall with robust trunks that are sparsely branched at the base, each of which holds a rosette crown of broad, thick, undivided leaves with slig..
From USD 6.72 In Stock
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Dendroseris pinnata – Pinnate Cabbage Tree
Truly a beautiful plant and one of the most spectacular from the amazing Juan Fernandez Islands, this large Dendroseris forms a slender, unbranched trunk to about 4 m (13 ft.) tall, which holds a dense crown of glossy, pinnate leaves. From a distance, plants in the forest can easily be confused with..
From USD 9.03 In Stock
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Dendroseris pruinata – Santa Clara Cabbage Tree
Often called "giant dandelions" by aficionados, Dendroseris is a unique genus of shrubs or small trees in the Asteraceae family and thus related to the daisy and sunflower. Eleven species are known to exist, all of which are endemic to the tiny volcanic Juan Fernandez Archipelago off the coast of Ch..
From USD 10.79 In Stock
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Dypsis prestoniana – Tavilo Palm
A large, beautiful palm from only a few sites in eastern and southeastern Madagascar where it grows in moist forest at mid elevation. The Tavilo Palm produces a prominently ringed, very stout trunk to 40 cm (16 in.) in diameter and to 12 m (40 ft.) tall, which supports a large crown of keeled, dense..
From USD 5.07 In Stock
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Ficus brandegeei – Desert Fig
An attractive, medium-sized tree native to the deserts of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico. It has heart-shaped leaves and very light bark and makes a wonderful and very drought tolerant ornamental for dry tropical and frost free warm temperate climates in USDA Zones 10 and above...
From USD 5.62 In Stock
Ficus palmeri – Rock Fig
A small tree, usually 6 to 10 m tall, native to Mexico, where it grows in Baja California in dry, often rocky areas. It has dark glossy green, heart-shaped leaves with light green veins and green flowers followed by non-edible figs. Ficus palmeri does well in USDA Zones 10 and above, in full sun or ..
From USD 5.62 In Stock
Geoffroea decorticans – Chañar, Chilean Green Wood
A small, upright, winter and dry-deciduous tree in the Fabaceae, native to dry thorn forests in southern South America. The pinnate foliage is bluish green, and the peeling bark on the trunk is beautifully mottled green and brown. Small yellow flowers are produced in profusion before the leaves appe..
From USD 10.24 In Stock
Gompholobium scabrum – Painted Lady
A pretty shrub native to southwestern Australia with small, needle-like leaves and masses of lovely, pink to purple flowers in winter and spring...
From USD 5.29 In Stock
Greigia sphacelata – Hardy Pineapple
This large, clustering bromeliad forms rosettes of narrow, leathery leaves with spiny edges and drooping tips. It produces edible and divinely flavored fruits, known as 'chupones' that are said to combine the flavor of pineapple, coconut and kiwi in a single fruit. Native to southern central Chile, ..
From USD 7.05 In Stock
Iochroma edule 'Sweetheart'
A shrub with simple, grayish green leaves and attractive, reddish, tubular flowers in terminal clusters, followed by cherry-sized, golden yellow, heart-shaped fruits that are edible and sweet. It is native to the Andes mountains in northwestern Peru at elevations around 2800 m. In cultivation it is ..
From USD 5.40 In Stock
Libocedrus cupressoides – Patagonian Cypress, EU ONLY
A giant conifer from Patagonia with a massive, grey trunk and finely divided branches with tiny, scale-like leaves. It is best adapted to cultivation in climates with cool summers and mild winters. ..
From USD 25.22 In Stock
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Lobelia giberroa – Giant Lobelia
This stunning, herbaceus small tree forms and unbranched, slender stem to 5 m tall with large, simple leaves to 80 cm long that have attractive purplish stalks and midribs. Its upright, terminal inflorescence can add another 3 m to the plants height. Lobelia giberroa is widespread in montane forests..
From USD 4.96 In Stock
Lobelia telekii 'Mt. Kenya' – Giant Lobelia
Albeit totally unrelated, this giant rosette plant is stunningly similar to the Tower of Jewels, Echium wildpretii from the island of Tenerife. It forms a large rosette of narrow, hairy leaves that eventually produces a giant inflorescence to 3 m tall, protected by masses of long, silvery hairy brac..
From USD 4.74 In Stock
Macrozamia stenomera
This beautiful and most unusual dwarf cycad is found on poor soils in the undergrowth of dry Eucalyptus woodland above 1400 m (4600 ft.) in northeastern New South Wales, Australia, where it even gets snowed on occasionally. Its stiff, narrow bluish-green leaflets are forked up to five times, which g..
From USD 37.12 In Stock
Olneya tesota – Desert Ironwood
An evergreen or semi-deciduous shrub or small tree to about 10 m tall with bluish green, pinnate leaves and masses of purple and white flowers. Native to the Sonora desert in Arizona, southern California and northwestern Mexico, it makes a highly drought tolerant and very long lived ornamental for d..
From USD 5.62 In Stock
Pararistolochia goldieana – African Corpse Flower
This very rare, large woody vine climbs high up into tall forest trees with beautiful, glossy, heart-shaped leaves and very large, bizarre, saxophone-shaped flowers about 30 cm across that are mottled purple to red with a purplish striped throat. The flowers imitate rotting flesh and emit a scent to..
From USD 13.33 In Stock
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Passiflora macrophylla – Giant Leaved Passion Flower
A beautiful and rather bizarre small shrub that is identifiable as a passion flower only by the white or greenish and yellow flowers that cluster below an umbrella-like crown of a few very large leaves atop a thin, sparsely branching stem. Native to rainforests in western Colombia and Ecuador from l..
From USD 6.83 In Stock
Pentagonia lanciloba
Described as a new species as recently as 2010, this exciting Pentagonia from lowland rainforests in northwestern Ecuador has an unbranched or sparsely branched stem to about 5 m tall, large, broadly pinnate leaves and compact inflorescences with red flowers in the leaf axils, followed by small, rou..
From USD 6.06 In Stock
Pentagonia macrophylla
A stunning small tree to about 10 m tall, native to lowland and montane rainforests to 1700 m from Costa Rica to Peru. It produces a slender, usually unbranched trunk with a compact, terminal crown of huge, broad, entire leaves to 80 cm long. The waxy, cream, star-shaped flowers are followed by smal..
From USD 5.62 In Stock
Phenakospermum guyannense – South American Travellers Palm
Not many people know about the existence of this forgotten South American cousin of the Madagascan Travellers Palm (Ravenala madagascariensis). At home in northern South America, P. guyannense, or the "South American Travellers Palm," makes a desirable and very fast growing ornamental for tropical a..
From USD 5.40 In Stock
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Piper imperiale
A marvelous,sparsely branched shrub or small tree with giant, heart shaped leaves, native to rainforests from Costa Rica to Ecuador from low elevation to over 2000 m...
From USD 5.29 In Stock
Puya raimondii – Queen of the Andes, Giant Bromeliad
This largest and most magnificent of all Bromeliads is native to the barren highlands of the Andes in Bolivia and Peru between 3200 and 4800 m. It forms a giant rosette of stiff, broad leaves atop a stout trunk to 3 m tall. The remarkable flower spike can reach about 10 m tall and appears after 80 o..
From USD 5.73 In Stock
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Ravenea lakatra – Ironwood Palm
In its native Madagascar, this palm carries the name Tsilanitafika, which, in English, means "cannot be cut down by an Army," as the trunk of this palm is so extraordinarily durable. It is rather slender and can reach up to about 14 m (47 ft.) tall and carries an upright crown of pinnate leaves that..
From USD 5.73 In Stock
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Puya raimondii – Queen of the Andes, Giant Bromeliad
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This largest and most magnificent of all Bromeliads is native to the barren highlands of the Andes in Bolivia and Peru between 3200 and 4800 m. It forms a giant rosette of stiff, broad leaves atop a s...

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Phenakospermum guyannense – South American Travellers Palm
From USD 5.40

Not many people know about the existence of this forgotten South American cousin of the Madagascan Travellers Palm (Ravenala madagascariensis). At home in northern South America, P. guyannense, or the...

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Passiflora macrophylla – Giant Leaved Passion Flower
From USD 6.83

A beautiful and rather bizarre small shrub that is identifiable as a passion flower only by the white or greenish and yellow flowers that cluster below an umbrella-like crown of a few very large leave...

Acoelorrhaphe wrightii 'Azul' – Blue Paurotis Palm
From USD 10.24

A marvelous and rare form of of the well known Paurotis Palm or Everglades Palm with powdery blue leaves. Native to Cuba, it surprisingly is almost unknown in cultivation.

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Ficus palmeri – Rock Fig
From USD 5.62

A small tree, usually 6 to 10 m tall, native to Mexico, where it grows in Baja California in dry, often rocky areas. It has dark glossy green, heart-shaped leaves with light green veins and green flow...

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