Rare Exotics ( A - B )

Adenia fruiticosa

Adenia fruiticosa

  Green flowers, orange fruit. Davy Transvaal, S. Africa. Grows a greenish, large fat caudex to 1m wide, leaves a…

$29.50

Agapetes serpens

Agapetes serpens

  Ericaceae. A very attractive epiphyte native to the Himalayas Mts. that grows a very large tuber and has very at…

$19.50

Alluadia dumosa

Alluadia dumosa

  Distinct member of the Didiereaceae with no leaves and reduced thorns. Drake Native to the S. coastal strip of …

$16.50

Alluadia humbertii

Alluadia humbertii

  Forms a tree to 5m high. Choux Didiereaceae. Native to the southern coastal plain of Madagascar, forms a tree t…

$12.50

Alluadia procera

Alluadia procera

  Fast, can be used for grafting stock for Dideria. Drake Native to the S. coast strip of Madagascar from Tulear …

$0.00

Aloe dominella

Aloe dominella

Yellow flowers. Reynolds Grass Aloe. Native to Natal & Swaziland. Forms tufts of grass-like leaves on as many as 50…

$12.50

Aloe inyangensis

Aloe inyangensis

A rare ‘grass aloe’. Christian A rare ‘grass aloe’ named for its grass-like leaves. Native to t…

$12.50

Anredera beselloides

Anredera beselloides

Forms disjoint ‘glob’ caudex. Baillon Madera vine. Native from Mexico to Argentina. Forms disjoint ‘g…

$14.50

Beaucarnea gracilis

Beaucarnea gracilis

One of the “ponytail palms”, although not a palm at all but in the Liliaceae. Type is nr. Tehuacan, Pue. …

$9.50

Bursera arida

Bursera arida

Mature trees have reddish peeling bark and very finely divided leaves. (Rose) Standl. BLM 1318 Native to the Tehuacan-C…

$0.00


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