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Cynorkis gibbosa


3` Pot

  • sku: 03169-06208
  • 2One of the most brightly colored of all Madagascan orchids, C. gibbosa has an extremely unusual flower shape and growth habit to match its fascinating color pattern; deciduous orchid that often dies back to a tuberous roots during the winter months, which in spring produces large, oblong, and strappy leaf that is usually spotted purple on immature growths; 12`spikes appear when the plant is in active growth, and bear heads of 5-20, 1-1/2` blooms that are orange sherbet colored with or without purple spots and a quadrilobed lip that fades to cream with a bright lilac spot in the center; lateral sepals have flared tips that sometimes also fade to a creamy color and dorsal sepals and petals form a hood that hides the column; totally awesome. *Plants are completely devoid of foliage typically from September through March, strict winter dry rest is not needed for this species
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Peperomia prostrata (rotundifolia v pilosior)


3` Pot

  • sku: 07701-09815
  • 2Peperomia-prostrata (rotundifolia v pilosior)
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Solanum evolvulifolium sp. Trailing


4` Basket

  • sku: 08337-07820
  • 2Solanum-evolvulifolium sp. Trailing
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Stenoglottis longifolia


2` Pot

  • sku: 02303-09136
  • 2a gorgeous deciduous terrestrial, pointed undulated 5` leaves form dense basal rosettes, spikes up to 3 ft. long emerge from the center and carry 100 or more intricate lilac pink purple spotted 1/2` flowers, long five-fingered lip is white with large purple spots, very impressive and easy to grow, forms specimen plants quickly.
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