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A dwarf shrub, at least partially woody. A chamaephyte in Raunkiær's life-form classification.

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Acanthocalycium klimpelianum
Acanthocalycium klimpelianum
= Acanthocalycium peitscherianum
A solitary cactus that forms a small, rounded, heavily armed body and white flowers with a pinkish hue. It is native to the Andes in northwestern Argentina between 1000 and 1500 m...
From EUR 4.50 In Stock
Aeonium ciliatum
This Aeonium from Tenerife in the Canary Islands grows into small shrub with a sparsely branching stem and flatish rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped leaves. ..
From EUR 4.50 Low Stock
Aeonium davidbramwellii
A low growing succulent from the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands, where it grows in the understory of pine woodlands to 1000 m elevation. It forms a low shrub with sparsely branching stems and large, flatish rosettes of succulent, spoon-shaped leaves with reddish margins. The relatively lar..
From EUR 4.50 In Stock
Aloe arenicola – Sand Aloe
This beautiful and fairly rare Aloe forms slender, creeping stems with short, thick leaves that are covered in small, white spots and are often reddish or purplish. It is native to South Africas Cape Provinces, where it grows on dry, sandy coastal plains just above sea level. It grows very localized..
From EUR 5.80 In Stock
Aloe isaloensis – Isalo Aloe
A small, shrubby Aloe with thin, clustering stems and narrow, gray-green leaves. It produces unbranched or sparsely branched, small inflorescences with scarlet flowers. Aloe isaloensis is native to the Isalo mountains in southern central Madagascar, where it grows on steep sandstone slopes between 6..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
Aloe tweedieae – Tweedie Aloe
A small to medium-sized, sometimes sparsely clustering Aloe with broad, glossy green, mottled leaves and a well branched inflorescence with pink flowers. It is widespread in grassland and sparse, deciduous woodland in Uganda and Kenya between 1500 and 1800 m elevation. It adapts well to cultivation ..
From EUR 5.60 Low Stock
Aloe viguieri
A striking, solitary or sparsely clustering Aloe native to limestone cliffs and steep slopes in southern Madagascar. It grows a slender stem to 1 m long, supporting a spreading crown of broad, grayish or pale green leaves with white, minutely toothed margins. The small, slender inflorescence holds s..
From EUR 5.50 In Stock
Anacampseros telephiastrum
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From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Annona stenophylla – Dwarf Custard Apple
This low growing shrub has adapted to its frequently burnt habitat, grasslands or woodlands in tropical Africa between 500 and 1600 m, by forming a woody underground rhizome that gives rise to many annual or perennial branches to a meter tall. The yellowish flowers are followed by plum-sized fruits ..
From EUR 38.40 In Stock
Asclepias curassavica 'Silky Gold' – Tropical Milkweed
A small, weedy subshrub that is widespread in the New World tropics and has been introduced elsewhere. It is mainly grown for its attractive flowers that appear year-round and is a popular nectar plant for butterflies. The caterpillars of Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) also feed on its leave..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Asclepias curassavica – Tropical Milkweed
A small, weedy subshrub that is widespread in the New World tropics and has been introduced elsewhere. It is mainly grown for its attractive flowers that appear year-round and is a popular nectar plant for butterflies. The caterpillars of Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) also feed on its leave..
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Asparagus aethiopicus – Sprenger's Asparagus
A small, semi-woody plant with fern-like shoots fine, needle-like foliage, native to western South Africa. It adapts well to a wide variety of situations in warm temperate and tropical climates in USDA Zones 9 and above and also makes an excellent house plant. It is widely cultivated and also often ..
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Asparagus densiflorus 'Mazeppa' – Mazeppa Emerald Fern
Asparagus densiflorus is a small, semi-woody plant with fern-like shoots, native to coastal dunes, rocky outcrops or woodlands from the southeastern Cape in South Africa north to southern Mozambique. The cultivar Mazeppa forms broad, arching shoots with fine, needle-like foliage and a conifer-like a..
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Asparagus densiflorus 'Meyersii' – Meyers Emerald Fern
Asparagus densiflorus is a small, semi-woody plant with fern-like shoots, native to coastal dunes, rocky outcrops or woodlands from the southeastern Cape in South Africa north to southern Mozambique. The cultivar Meyersii forms upright or arching, compact, cat tail-like shoots with fine, needle-like..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
Asparagus densiflorus 'Myriocladus'
Asparagus densiflorus is a small, semi-woody plant with fern-like shoots, native to coastal dunes, rocky outcrops or woodlands from the southeastern Cape in South Africa north to southern Mozambique. The cultivar Myriocladus forms ferny, fluffy, upright shoots with fine, needle-like foliage and a co..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Baccharis sagittalis – Carqueja
Baccharis sagittalis
Carqueja

= Baccharis genistelloides
This unusual small shrubby perennial produces upright, leafless stems to about 2 m tall that are distinctly winged. Baccharis genistelloides is widespread throughout South America up to 3000 m in the Andes. It is an important medicinal plant...
From EUR 10.70 Low Stock
Barleria obtusa – Bush Violet
A very pretty evergreen, spreading dwarf shrub to about 1 m tall with purplish flowers, native to South Africa. Easily grown from seeds and robust and uncomplicated to grow in most warm temperate climates...
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Begonia dregei – Maple Leaf Begonia
A caudex-forming Begonia with lobed leaves and small, white flowers, native to South Africa's eastern Cape Prov. and Kwazulu-Natal, where it grows in the undergrowth of forests and on rocky outcrops in damp situations to 1200 m. It is considered endangered in habitat but is well established in culti..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Begonia incarnata
An evergreen, scrambling perennial with asymmetric, dark green leaves with a metallic sheen and small, pink flowers. Begonia incarnata is native to montane forests in southern Mexico between 1000 and 2700 m. It makes an attractive ornamental...
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Begonia urticae
A gorgeous, herby, scrambling shrub or epiphyte with small, asymmetric leaves and profuse clusters of bell-shaped, pendulous, pink to bright red flowers. Widespread along the Andes from Costa Rica to Peru, it is found at higher elevations, between 1100 and 4100 m in damp, mossy montane or cloud fore..
From EUR 5.10 In Stock
Bowenia spectabilis – Zamia Fern
A beautiful dwarf cycad with a clustering underground stem that carries several long-stalked, bipinnate, fernlike leaves that hold numerous, glossy green leaflets. Bowenia spectabilis is distributed in north-eastern Queensland, Australia, where it grows in moist, humid forest to an altitude of 700 m..
From EUR 19.00 In Stock
Butia matogrossensis – Dwarf Jelly Palm
A rare dwarf palm native to cerrado scrubland on sandy soils in eastern Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. It forms only a very briefly upright stem that holds a crown of attractive, neatly arching and strongly keeled, pale bluish green leaves. It is very rare in cultivation and seeds are almost never avai..
From EUR 7.80 In Stock
Calliandra eriophylla – Pink Fairy Duster
A beautiful, low desert shrub to about 1.5 m tall with small, pinnate leaves and pink, powderpuff-like flowers. Calliandra eriophylla is widespread in scrubland from the southwestern U.S. to northern Mexico between sea level and 2200 m elevation...
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Carpobrotus virescens – Coastal Pigface
An attractive succulent growing on coastal limestone cliffs and sand dunes in southwestern Australia, with creeping stems that hold upright, finger-like, triangular, green leaves and showy daisy-type, pink to purple flowers, white toward the base, followed by red, fleshy, globe-shaped fruits. Carpob..
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Catharanthus roseus – Madagascar Periwinkle
A perennial herb or subshrub with dark green foliage and attractive pink flowers produced in profusion. While endangered in its native habitat in Madagascar, it has naturalized in other parts of the world and is widely cultivated as an ornamental as well as for its medicinal properties. Several alka..
From EUR 4.20 In Stock
Celmisia viscosa – Sticky Mountain Daisy
A cushion-forming alpine Celmisia in the daisy and sunflower family (Asteraceae), found in high elevation grassland or on rocky slopes on the South Island of New Zealand. It forms a low subshrub, i.e. a large mat of small rosettes with short, rigid, recurved, silvery leaves that are longitudinally r..
From EUR 5.10 In Stock
Centropogon costaricae
A small, scandent shrub with reddish stems, simple leaves with reddish edges and tubular, carmine flowers. Centropogon costaricae is native to th understory of cloud forests and paramo in Costa Rica and Panama between 1500 to 3400 m. It is apparently not in cultivation but will make an easily grown,..
From EUR 4.50 In Stock
Chelonanthus alatus
A beautiful, large herb or herbaceous shrub with stalkless, heart-shaped leaves and branched inflorescences with many fairly large, bell-shaped, greenish yellow flowers. Chelonanthus alatus is widespread from southern Mexico to Bolivia and usually found as a pioneer plant at low and moderate elevati..
From EUR 4.20 In Stock
Clerodendrum paniculatum – Pagoda flower
A stunning, short-lived shrub to about 1 m tall with large, rounded, shallowly lobed leaves and a breattaking,huge, terminal red inflorescence with hundreds of small flowers. Clerodendrum paniculatum is widespread in lowland rainforests throughout much of tropical Asia and a highly popular ornamenta..
From EUR 5.10 In Stock
Coccocypselum lanceolatum – Creepy Blue Velvet
A perennial, creeping herb or dwarf shrub with softly hairy, often colorful leaves and small violet flowers followed by clusters of bright blue fruits that are edible. Coccocypselum lanceolatum is widespread in Central and South America from low elevations to 2900 m and grows in a wide variety of ha..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
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