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Gardenia mutabilis was previously misidentified and misnamed in the trade as Gardenia gjellerupii.
Woody shrub or small tree, can reach up to 5 m tall. Flowers are solitary, initially cream-coloured to light yellow and then become orange-yellow or orange at maturity.
This species is best planted in full sun, because shady conditions inhibit flowering and result in leggy plants.
Rare gardenia with star-like tubular flowers. It is a slow growing, round shrub and has large leaves of unusual diamond shape and delicate to touch unlike most of gardenias with waxy leaves. The plant blooms sporadically several times a year - year round. Fragrance is very strong and sweet. One day the whole plant is covered with blooms that stay a few days and then drop all together. A must for rare plant collection. Read more about gardenias.
A dwarf variety suitable for bonsai. Small leaved, almost creeping version of the species. 1-2" diameter flowers, very fragrant. This is a perfect plant for both indoor gardining or small gardens and patio. The plant stays compact under 1 ft, and will be covered with fragrant white flowers from Spring to Fall. Very easy to grow to compare with other gardenias. Do not allow to dry out and remain dry. On the other hand, this gardenia is very sensitive to over-watering, so be very careful and use only well-drained soil with lots of perlite or/and bark. Use a fertilizer formulated for acid-loving plants, at half- strength. Do not fertilize while the plant is in bloom. Read more about gardenias.
Ewergreen tree, pale grey bark, veined velvety leaves, strongly scented white flowers, decoction from fruit used for tattooing.
Like Gardenia thunbergia, this species has fragrant white blossoms and woody seed pods that remain on the branches. Gardenia thunbergia possibly often confused with Gardenia resiniflua, it may be distinguished from Gummy gardenia, by its much larger fruits.
This gardenia is a true tree, although small size - 8-10 ft tall. The leaves are huge, 12-15' long and 6-7" wide. And so is the flower - 6-7" wide. The flower starts with a creamy light yellow and turns into dark gold a day or two later. Remarkable feature of this plant: on new growth amber-like drops of sap appear.
Ululani female name in Hawaiian means - heavenly inspiration. This rare gardenia is brought from Hawaii. It has large yellow highly fragrant flowers with long narrow petals (5-6 petals). Flowers open as loight yellow and change to a bright orange. Blooms on and off all year. It is a small compact evergreen tree 15-20 ft tall with glossy leaves. Very slow growing. Cold hardy to upper 20s.
A very special gardenia cultivar with variegated leaves and medium size (3") fragrant flowers. This variety grows as a small shrub and can be kept in container. Leaves may have weird designs and various carucature-like images. A colorful accent to fragrant plant collection. Easy to grow and hardy to a short period of cool weather. Read more about gardenias.
This hybrid variety is very rare and hard to find. The plant has huge double 5-6" flowers, normally semi-double, but sometimes they come in weird shapes. One of the few cultivated plants native to Polynesia. The intoxicating sweet fragrant blossoms are creamy white works of art. The biggest size gardenia flowers. Foliage is beautiful as well with its dark green shiny leaves, also large as big as 7-8" long and 4-5" wide. Read more about gardenias.