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  • Anigozanthos “Black

    (Kangaroo Paws)

    Evergreen Perennial

    Flower stalks and buds come in dusted in black, open to green. Its small stature fills in nicely for smaller gardens and for borders. Protect from frost.

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  • Echeveria “Blue Curls”

    Medium pink-edged blue rosettes, curly-leafed. Rose-pink flowers.

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  • Drosera binata

    (Forked-Leaf Sundew)

    Deciduous Carnivore (Evergreen if Grown Indoors)

    Dew covered multi-forked leaves turning bright red in the sun. Sticky dew captures insects. It forms a large insect-catching bush. Best grown in 50/50 peat moss and sand. Also grows well in standing water. Water Daily.

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  • Orbeanthus hardyi

    (Carrion Flower)

    Orbea hardyi

    Low, creeping with trailing speckled stems. Grayish-green with mottled purple. Starfish-shaped carrion flowers with bowl-shaped center. Protect from frost.

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  • Opuntia microdasys v. rufida

    (Cow Blinder Cactus)

    Dotted with minute orange glochids, shrubby to 2ft. Can handle some shade. Keep away from walkways or other places people might brish against it. Glochids release easily with touch or wind.

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  • Alocasia “Silver Dragon”

    (Dwarf Dragon Scale Plant)

    A. baginda “Silver Dragon”

    Large heart-shaped leaves, dark silvery green with prominent black veins. Likes warm and humid. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate water, some humidity.

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  • Darlingtonia californica

    (Cobra Lily, California Pitcher Plant)

    Temperate Carnivore

    Native Californian carnivore that grows best outdoors with cool roots and night time temperatures. Keep pots sheltered from hot afternoon sun. Grow in Carnivorous Plant Blend or long fibered sphagnum.

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  • Calathea “Flamestar”

    Stunning patterned leaves with reddish undersides. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water. Occasionally mist the leaves.

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  • Haworthia glauca v. herrei

    Haworthiopsis glauca var. herrei

    Mini rosettes with a bluish-green hue, 1/2″ diameter and elongate to 6″. Will vigorously form clumps, branching at the base.

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  • Dischidia astephana

    Rare tropical climbing succulent. Paired leaves. Can be grown mounted or in a terrarium, keep in warm and humid environment, not too hot.

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  • Sarracenia × swaniana

    (Pitcher Plant)

    Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa x minor var. minor

    Perennial Carnivore

    Deep red rounded hood opens up and out, small mouth to the pitcher. Fragrant flowers.

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  • Cyphostemma juttae

    (Tree Grape)

    Giant caudex to 6ft w/thick branches at top, peeling bark. Small berries on tall stems rise above the leaves. Deciduous in winter.

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  • Bursera fagaroides

    (Mexican Frankincense, Copal, Elephant Tree)

    Bonsai tree, large caudex w/fragrant sap and peeling bark. Can grow 5ft tall and lots of wild branches. Deciduous in winter.

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  • Ctenanthe “Compact Star”

    (Fishbone Prayer Plant)

    C. setosa “Compact Star”

    Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate (distilled) water but prefers not to sit in water. Occasionally mist the leaves.

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  • Philodendron squamiferum

    (Hairy Philodendron)

    Bright glossy green leaves with speckled red bristled stems. Leaves will form deep lobes as they mature. Epiphytic, w/climbing vines that can be trained. Tropical Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate water, some humidity.

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  • Opuntia engelmannii

    (Cactus Apple)

    Large edible fruit. Shrubby w/many pads, will sprawl to 10ft. Variable yellow to orange blooms.

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  • Jatropha podagrica

    (Buddha's Belly)

    Large irregular caudex, stems to 24″; broad leaves, small red blooms

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  • Euphorbia mahabobokensis

    Small caudiciform with thin branches, large green leaves and rose-pink petioles. Caudex to 6″

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  • Cereus forbesii

    C. hankeanus
    C. validus

    Tree-like. Blue stems will grow wide and branchy. Long spines, come in red fade to gray. Large pink flowers with burgundy-red sepals.

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