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Houseplants

If you are looking for that house plant that you used to have years ago or perhaps you remember a relative having then this is a great place to start. Some of these once common house plants are now difficult to find. Here is a selection of our 'hidden gems' where you might find that elusive specimen you've been trying to track down for years. If you cannot see what you are looking for then please feel free to get in touch, we may be able to help.

 

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Elettaria cardamomum

Elettaria cardamomum

A ginger relative with spicily aromatic leaves. White flowers with violet veins may appear in summer if kept above 10C.

£6.50
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Euphorbia phosphorea

A tall upright branching succulent. With mostly leafless stems and insignificant flowers it makes a striking architectural plant for a sunny place indoors.

£6.50
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Ficus punctata

Ficus punctata

An uncommon relative of F. pumila with glossy evergreen sickle shaped leaves. Hardiness unknown, but probably more tender. Rescued un-named from a local garden centre.

£7.50
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Gloxinia nematanthodes 'Evita'

Gloxinia nematanthodes 'Evita'

A member of the Gesneriad family, with fresh green leaves which set off the beautiful vivid orange tubular flowers. May be hardy in a sheltered garden.

£5.50
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Hoya wayetii

A trailing species which is easier to grow than some other species, attractive when not in flower with waxy green leaves, The flowers are dark pink and have a sweet sugary smell.

£15.00
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Iresine herbstii

Iresine herbstii

Beefsteak Plant

Jolly little foliage plant with beetroot coloured leaves, with broad shocking pink veins. Great for outdoor bedding, or as a pot plant indoors.

£6.50
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Kalanchoe 'Oakeaf'

Dwarf Velvet Plant

Smaller and more compact than the normal K. beharensis, this makes a very attractive plant, sure to attract attention. The furry grey leaves have wavy margins, with a brown tinge.

£6.50
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Kalanchoe  beauverdii

Kalanchoe beauverdii

Beauverd's Widow's-Thrill

(Syn. Kalanchoe scandens.) An unusual climbing succulent, when supported, with long purplish leaves.

£7.50
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Kalanchoe prebella

A pretty little succulent with masses of tubular orange flowers in spring. Resents wet compost so add grit, and water sparingly in the winter, and only when top half of compost has dried in the summer. Keep in a smallish pot. Likes sun.

£5.50
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Kalanchoe 'Dorothy Brown'

Kalanchoe 'Dorothy Brown'

Common Name: Pussy Ears

An unusual variety similar to, or related to, K. tomentosa, with fleshy furry leaves, browny green with rusty brown edges.

£6.50
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Bergenia ciliata

Bergenia ciliata£6.50

Elephant`s Ears

Perennial with huge fleshy hairy leaves and spikes of pale pink-white flowers in early spring.

Tellima grandiflora 'Delphine'

Tellima grandiflora 'Delphine'£5.50

Fringe Cups/Arumroot

A very pretty prennial for shade producing clumps of evergreen yellow and green mottled leaves, above which dainty spays of greenish lightly scented flowers appear in late spring. Good for dry shade under trees and shrubs.

x Mukgenia 'Nova Flame'

x Mukgenia 'Nova Flame'£6.00

A hybrid between Bergenia and Mukdenia, with serrated red-edged leaves and deep pink flowers appear in spring-early summer. Excellent in shade
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