Vining epiphyte; good for hanging baskets, or terrariums. Tiny pink flowers appear along the vine at the internodes.
Tropical succulent. Narrow green leaves, long vines. Small clusters of deep red flowers.
Epiphyte; stems pendant to 6ft. Spring blooms
Jungle cactus; 18″ trailing stems, small pink/purple flowers
Jungle cactus; large pink/red blooms; trailing stems
Rare 6″ Amaryllis bulb; spotted leaves, white blooms
Clusters of 6″ bulbs; spotted leaves, white blooms. Amaryllis Family.
Slow growing pale silver rosette with strongly toothed leaves and orange flowers in summer. Looks best in full sun. Great in containers.
Probably actually Disocactus and Selenicereus hybrids.
Hybrid tree-growing jungle cacti; large colorful blooms
Desert orchid. Slow-clump w/5ft. bloom stalks
Highly varied. Jungle cactus with many stems, arching to pendant. Yellow to orange flowers.
Succulent Amaryllis; stunning striped leaves, pink flowers
Long narrow green, yellow and purple variegated wax leaves on vines. Red flowers.
Fast growing vines to 8ft, medium-sized darker-green leaves, small fragrant pink flowers with yellow centers.
Epiphyte w/hollow chambers colonized by ants
Hybrid epiphytic jungle cacti cultivated and grown for the delicious fruit. Aggressive climbers that can encircle a host tree. Large night-blooming flowers.
White fragrant flowers, bright red fruit. Vining cactus, can climb 20 ft.
H. costaricensis “Kip’s Red”
Vibrant edible red fruit with dense pink flesh. Climbing cactus with fragrant night-blooming white flowers Spring through Fall.
Epiphytic or semi-erect creeping. Can grow up to 2ft. long. Lots of small creamy-pink flowers.
Terrestrial orchid, small white flowers, dark striped leaves. Shade-tolerant
Terrestrial orchid with small white flowers, sparkling variegated leaves, shade-tolerant
Tropical herb to 5ft.; lightly spiny stems, leaves close to touch
Large-leafed rare tropical epiphyte. Grown as a Houseplant can handle a variety of indoor light conditions, bright indirect is best. Fast draining soil, moderate water, high humidity. Occasionally mist the leaves. Will form a caudex, very slow growing. Red begonia-like flowers.
Epiphyte; hollow chambers in caudex colonized by ants
Terrestrial bromeliads, frost-tender, bright colors.
N. carolinae “Tricolor”
Variegated terrestrial bromeliad, frost-tender, bright colors.
Classic small Bromeliad will readily hybridize, with many cultivars available. Rosettes will show varying amounts of striping and spotting
Semi-epyphitic mounds of green rosettes; keep warm/humid
Unusual round-leafed succulent peperomia, long vines.
Vining succulent with small round thickened leaves, green with white veining. Upright red bloom stalks.