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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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 Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima
Family: Malvaceae
Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow
Origin: Honduras
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Sometimes listed as Bakeridesia integerrima, Canary Tree is a showy and handsome small tree growing about 10 ft tall, with evergreen, broadly heart-shaped leaves. They are pubescent with stellate hairs and are rough to the touch on the upper surface. The flowers are 2-3" across and resemble those of a hibiscus. The five petals are bright yellow, each with a reddish blotch at the base. It is an excellent tree for container culture or for a small garden, doing best with full sun and good drainage. It has a long winter span, and blooms are attractive to bees and butterflies.


 Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Bakeridesia integerrima, Abutilon chiappardi, Abutilon chittendenii, Abutilon chitenendii, Sida integerrima, Velvetleaf, Canary Tree, Indian Mallow

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Canary Tree. Sometimes listed as Bakeridesia integerrima, Canary Tree is a showy and handsome small tree growing about 10 ft tall, with evergreen, broadly heart-shaped leaves. They are pubescent with stellate hairs and are rough to the touch on the upper surface. The flowers are 2-3" across and resemble those of a hibiscus. The five petals are bright yellow, each with a reddish blotch at the base. It is an excellent tree for container culture or for a small garden, doing best with full sun and good drainage. It has a long winter span, and blooms are attractive to bees and butterflies.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
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Gossypium sturtianum, Sturt's Desert Rose

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Family: Malvaceae
Sturt's Desert Rose
Origin: Australia
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterPink flowers

The genus Gossypium is noteworthy for its several species that produce the cottons of world commerce. G.sturtianum is widely distributed in the interior of Australia and is the floral emblem of the Northern Territory. The genus is closely related to the well known Hibiscus. G.sturtianum is a shrub to about 4ft in height with large ovate leaves. A characteristic feature of Gossypium is the presence of small, dark glands in most parts of the plant. These glands contain the substance gossypol which is toxic to non-ruminant animals. The flowers are hibiscus-like, pink to mauve in color with a dark red centre. Flowers are seen for most of the year with a peak in late winter. The species adapts well to cultivation, particularly in hot, dry climates, but can be grown in more humid areas in a well drained, sunny position. In colder climates the plants can be difficult to maintain. Free air circulation around the plant is essential to prevent fungal diseases. The plant is frost sensitive, although the var. nandewarense is able to withstand light frosts. Propagation is relatively easy from both seed and cuttings.


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Ixora sp., Jungle flame, Needle flower

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Family: Rubiaceae
Jungle flame, Needle flower
Origin: India and tropical Africa
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSeaside, salt tolerant plantUnknown name

Ixora - from the name of an Indian deity - is a genus with about 400 species, some of which rival Hibiscus as garden shrubs. I.javanica, one of the most often used, is a sizeable shrub with largish, pointed leaves and red-orange or pure red flowers that appear in rounded clusters of as many as sixty at the tips of the branches. I.cocdnea is smaller, with glossy, more ovate leaves; usually red, but there are white, pink, yellow, and orange varieties, and a dwarf often used as a low hedge. I.jinlaysoniana, a native of Thailand, can become a small tree and has large, fragrant, pure white flowers. In full sun or light shade, Ixora flowers almost continuously needing little pruning except for a more formal shape. When grown as a house plant, it needs high humidity, warm temperatures, and exposure to strong light. Propagation is easiest by air-layering. Species and varieties:

Ixora casei

Ixora chinensis

Ixora coccinea

Ixora congesta

Ixora ebracteata

Ixora finlaysoniana

Ixora hybrid Crimson Star

Ixora hybrid Hindu Rope

Ixora hybrid Sea Green

Ixora lobbii

Ixora longistipula

Ixora macrothyrsa

Ixora odorata


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Ixora macrothyrsa (?)
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Ixora macrothyrsa (?)
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Ixora casei
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Ixora Maui Yellow
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Variegated Thai Snow
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Ixora finlaysoniana (?) variegata
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Ixora variegata Thai Snow
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Ixora duffii cv. Super King
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Ixora variegata Thai Snow

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The Thai Snow Ixora is a rare and lesser known Ixora Hybrid from Thailand. It has small rounded leaves glossy medium to deep green leaves that vary from splashed and speckled with white variegation to almost solid creamy white new growth.
The growth habit is semi-dwarf, maturing at around 2 feet with and a dense, tight, growth habit. It blooms in clusters of white to near white star shaped florets beginning in early summer. The flowers are nectar rich and attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Its best and most interesting feature however is the variegated foliage and slower growth habit. This is one makes especially nice potted plants and works well as in light shade to brighten and add texture. It does not bloom as prolifically and is not as showy as most of the green leaved ixoras, so the primary feature to consider when placing is the strikingly pretty variegated leaves which vary from being lightly mottled and sprinkled cream on the older to leaves to near solid creamy white barely dusted with emerald green.
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Lavatera maritima, Tree Mallow 

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Lavatera maritima 'Bicolor'
 Lavatera maritima
Family: Malvaceae
Tree Mallow
Origin: Mediterranean region
Large shrub 5-10 ftSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Lavatera maritima hort is a soft-branched shrub growing to up to 6 ft in height, but more usually to 3-4 ft.

The leaves are tomentose, simple, sub-orbicular, palmately 5-lobed and crenate. Flowers almost like a Hibiscus. The outer parts of the petals are a pale purple (nearly white), with darker veins. The veins converge and darken to make the base a medium-deep purple. These flowers bloom year-round and the peak bloom period is early spring to late fall.


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Lavatera maritima 'Bicolor'


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Malvaviscus arboreus penduliflorus, Sleepy Hibiscus, Mexican Turk's Cap

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Family: Malvaceae
Sleepy Hibiscus, Mexican Turk's Cap
Origin: Costa Rica, Nicaragua
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Evergreen shrub to 10 feet. This shrub is an uncommon cousin of Malvaviscus drummondii. It needs protection from summer heat. Turk's Cap is an inexpensive way to add color to your yard. It grows quickly and so is good for adding bulk to new gardens. It is drought resistant, mostly pest-free, and requires little maintenance.


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Pavonia bahamensis, Bahama Marsh-Bush , Bahama Swamp-Bush, Bahama Hummingbird Bush

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Family: Malvaceae
Bahama Marsh-Bush , Bahama Swamp-Bush, Bahama Hummingbird Bush
Origin: West Indies
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Pavonia bahamensis, a member of the hibiscus family produces nectar-filled, small, yellow-green flowers which are irresistible to hummingbirds.


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Pavonia bahamensis - Bahama Hummingbird Bush

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Pavonia bahamensis, a member of the hibiscus family produces nectar-filled, small, yellow flowers which are irresistible to hummingbirds.
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Thespesia acutiloba, Thespesia populnea var. acutiloba , Small-leaved Tulip-tree 

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Family: Malvaceae
Small-leaved Tulip-tree
Origin: South Africa
Big tree > 20 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Thespesia acutiloba is similar to Thespesia populnea except that leaves with three sharply-pointed lobes. Small drooping tree with yellow to orange Hibiscus-like flowers.


  


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Thespesia grandiflora, Montezuma speciocissima , Maga

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Family: Malvaceae
Maga
Origin: Puerto Rico
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterRed/crimson/vinous flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

This giant hibiscus is endemic to the humid forests of Puerto Rico.

Thespesia grandiflora is the official national flower of Puerto Rico.


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Thespesia Portica Asiatica, Asian Portoe, Dwarf Asian Portia, Sea Hibiscus

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Family: Malvaceae
Asian Portoe, Dwarf Asian Portia, Sea Hibiscus
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSeaside, salt tolerant plant

This tropical small tree demands a warm, frost-free climate and prefer moist, well-drained soil with full sun. Flowers change color from yellow to red with age within 1-2 days. Water freely during warmer months. Propagate from seed in spring or cutting in summer.


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Wercklea ferox, Prickly Umbrella

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Family: Malvaceae
Prickly Umbrella
Origin: Costa Rica
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliageYellow/orange flowersSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Wercklea ferox is a stunning rare shrub in the Hibiscus family originally from Costa Rica. A gem for tropical plant collector! This plant gets huge, up to 24" across green round leaves with gorgeous red veins. Red color seems more visible on the underside of the leaves. This plant starts by forming red buds, only to pop out a yellow delicate Hibiscus-like flower. They are quite pretty as well but often hidden from the beautiful large leaves. You can see them during the warmer months. This plant can be grown in full sun to bright filtered light. It takes a bit of room to grow and makes a captivating focal point in the garden, and it is a conversation piece between gardeners since it is so rare and not often seen. It is a rare plant for collectors who value the exotic. If it overgrows its given space, it can be pruned back to its original form and it will regrow quickly.


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Wercklea ferox, Prickly Umbrella

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Wercklea ferox - Prickly Umbrella

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Wercklea ferox is a stunning rare shrub in the Hibiscus family originally from Costa Rica. A gem for tropical plant collector! This plant gets huge, up to 24" across green round leaves with gorgeous red veins. Red color seems more visible on the underside of the leaves. This plant starts by forming red buds, only to pop out a yellow delicate Hibiscus-like flower. They are quite pretty as well but often hidden from the beautiful large leaves. You can see them during the warmer months. This plant can be grown in full sun to bright filtered light. It takes a bit of room to grow and makes a captivating focal point in the garden, and it is a conversation piece between gardeners since it is so rare and not often seen. It is a rare plant for collectors who value the exotic. If it overgrows its given space, it can be pruned back to its original form and it will regrow quickly.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
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Tropical Allure - Smart-Release Booster
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Grown in 6"/ 1 gal pot

7 plants in stock

$52.00

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