Bromeliads are in the Pineapple Family and include plants from the rainforest to deserts to the high Andes, even the Spanish Moss of the Gulf Coast. They are usually epiphytes (they grow on other...Read More
Agapanthus is typically known as Lily of the Nile, although they are not true lilies (They are in the Amaryllis Family) and most are native to South...Read More
The mother plant of ours had leaf blades 4 feet long and the whole plant was 15 feet in diameter. If you keep this going in a bright window over the winter, you might approximate this measurement...Read More
Amorphophallus konjac, (previously Amorphophallus rivieri) commonly called devil's tongue, konjaku, konnyaku, or voodoo lily,...Read More
Brassia verrucosa is a prolific bloomer and easy to grow. It is native to Central American wher if festoons trees in the mid-altitude mountain highlands. Flowers are...Read More
Cycads are an ancient group of seed plants with a crown of large compound leaves and a stout trunk. They are a minor component of the flora in...Read More
We have a number of aquatic plants, including: water hyacinth, purple taro, arrowhead, wool grass, sedges, and sweet flags.
SAV (submerged aquatic vegetation): Ceratophyllum...Read More
Eucharis grandiflora is a lovely, tropical, flowering plant in the Amaryllidaceae, native to western Colombia and western Ecuador. With the flowers, it is about 2 feet...Read More
These delicious bananas grow to only 6' - 8' (in contrast to the usual 12'), and the stems are a beautiful red color. The fruit has the flavor of banana mixed with a little apple, and is smooth...Read More
We have quite a few tropical orchids in stock, Including Phragmipedium Schlimii, sedenii, and a few others. Some of...Read More
These are beautiful epiphytes that usually grow on the trunks of rainforest trees, their roots absorbing water and nutrients from the forest above. They trap debris in the shield (sterile frond)...Read More
Stephanotis is an evergreen, tropical vine with a scattered distribution in several tropical and subtropical regions.
They are are grown for their strongly...Read More
Strelitzia reginae is a monocotyledonous flowering plant indigenous to South Africa. Common names include strelitzia, crane flower or bird of paradise....Read More