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Bromeliad ‘Neoregelia Flandriana’
Bromeliad Neoregelia Flandriana green white stripes! Neoregelia Flandriana shows great with the green and white contrast. Nice for accents or clumping. This is probably by far the most colorful genus of the whole Bromeliad family. Neoregelias produce lots of intensely colored leaves and form a round decorative, médium-sized rosette. While blooming the colors in the center of the plant become even more intense.
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Crassula Marnieriana (Worm Plant)
Crassula Marnieriana, more commonly known as Jade Necklace or Crassula Stacked or worm plant is a succulent that has thick green leaves that grow tightly along the stems. The edges of the leaves are brushed with red. As it grows tall, it begins to spill over, making “Worm Plant” a great filler for succulent arrangements. Crassula Marnieriana require very little watering making them the ideal low maintenance plant.
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Epiphyllum Anguliger (Fishbone Cactus)
Epiphyllum Anguliger (Fishbone Cactus) is an unusual cactus that has uniquely shaped long, flat stems resembling a fishbone, hence its name! A really stunning, ornamental cactus with funky foliage and glorious flowers. The leaves have beautifully wavy margins that oscillate along the stem. Flowers, when produced, are creamy white, with long lemon yellow to orange-brown outer petals and are heavily scented. Epiphyllum anguliger looks best displayed as a hanging plant.
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Philodendron ‘Autumn’ is a hybrid self-heading Philodendron. Rather than a climbing vine, the self heading type of Philodendron grows on upright stems that do not need support. Philodendron ‘Autumn’ in recent years has become a popular houseplant due to it’s pretty foliage. The new leaves emerge in colors of bronze and gold and fade to green upon maturing.
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‘Living Granite’ With Tillandsia ‘Ionantha Guatemala’
Tillandsia ‘Ionantha Guatemala’ is alway a favorites in air plants collection with its striking spiky appearance, and beautiful bright green and red coloring, it really does liven up any space it adorns. This air plant starts life with a nice healthy green coloring which transitions to a light pink/red hue that continues throughout the bloom cycle. When the ionantha guatemala does bloom, it has a purple spike that ends with delicate yellow flowers giving this plant amazing contrast with its multitude of coloring. Soak your Tillandsia Ionantha once a week in a bowl of water for 20 minutes each time.
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Agave Lophantha ‘Quadricolor’
Agave lophantha ‘Quadricolor’ is a very distinctive and attractive small agave to 12 to 18 inches tall by 2 feet wide with 6 to 12 inch long, dark green leaves edged with yellow and having a pale green midstripe. The yellow marginal stripes, highlighted by dark reddish teeth, flush red when grown in bright light to give the leaf four distinct colors. Plant in full sun to bright filtered light in a well-drained soil. Tolerates dry conditions but will grow much faster with regular summer irrigation – keep drier in winter.
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Alocasia Macrorrhiza (Giant Taro)
Alocasia Macrorrhiza is a beautiful giant elephant ear whose leaves are glossy green. The incredibly large glossy leaves are held upright on the dramatically rigit stems. This rare species requires 40% – 60% shade and can reach heights in exceess of 8 to 10 ft.
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Alocasia Cucullata (Hooded Dwarf Elephant Ear)
Alocasia Cucullata has beautiful heart shaped glossy green foliage with prominent veins on tall green stems.Upright, fleshy, rhizomatous stems bear stout, cylindrical leaf stalks topped with lush, green, heart-shaped leaves with prominent veins. Alocasia Cucullata also known as Buddha’s hand it is believed to bring good fortune and is often kept in Buddhist temples across its native Thailand and Laos.