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Nierembergia sp., Cupflower

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 Nierembergia sp.
Family: Solanaceae
Cupflower
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

This excellent ground cover plant has early, bright blooms of blue-violet or dark purple. The mounding foliage has a fern-like appearance, is vigorous, and free-flowering all summer long.

The Cup Flower plant is considered a perennial in zones 7 - 10 but it can be grown as an annual in cooler zones.


 Nierembergia sp., Cupflower

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Nierembergia sp., Cupflower

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Nierembergia sp., Cupflower

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Nierembergia sp., Cupflower

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Nierembergia hippomanica


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Pararistolochia goldieana, Pararistolochia, African Corpse Flower

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 Pararistolochia goldieana
Family: Aristolochiaceae
Pararistolochia, African Corpse Flower
Origin: Equatorial Africa
Vine or creeperShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterUnusual colorUltra tropical, min. temperature 55F

A forest climber to 7 m long from a thickened rootstock, occurring in Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Fernando Po and Cameroun. This very rare, large woody vine climbs high up into tall forest trees with beautiful, glossy, heart-shaped leaves and very large, bizarre, saxophone-shaped flowers about 30 cm across that are mottled purple to red with a purplish striped throat. Pararistolochia goldieana with fly-pollinated flowers the size of a cardboard box, this liana is Africa's equivalent of Rafflesia. Common Name - African Corpse Flower. Some say it is on account of the smell of decaying flesh of the mature flower.


  


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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Family: Lentibulariaceae
Butterwort
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeBog or aquaticPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersOrnamental foliageSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Pinguicula produce micro fine sticky droplets on its broad flat leaves much like flypaper and collects very small insects on its surface. Pinguiculas are also well noted for their large long lasting flowers that come on the plant at almost any time of the year.

Pinguiculas are a shade loving plant from cooler climates and are relatively easy to care for and multiply. They are ideally suited to growing in terrariums and window sills that are not too hot. They are easily grown with ferns and under shaded benches.

Keep out of direct sun. Stand in 2cm rainwater in growing season. Keep drier in winter and only water occasionally. Rosette will be more succulent. Keep above 7 C in winter.


 Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula caerulea
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula pumila
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula moranensis
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula gigantea
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula moranensis
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula moranensis
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula moctezumae
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula kondoi
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula pumila
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula lilacina
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula moctezumae
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula cyclosecta
Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula sp., Butterwort

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Pinguicula moranensis


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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Family: Polypodiaceae
Staghorn
Origin: Tropical areas of South America, Africa, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Guinea
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterOrnamental foliage

Ferns in this genus are widely known as Staghorn or Elkhorn ferns due to their uniquely-shaped fronds. Platycerium sporophytes (adult plants) have tufted roots growing from a short rhizome that bears two types of fronds, basal and fertile fronds. Basal fronds are sterile, shield or kidney shaped and laminate against the tree and protect the fern's roots from damage and dessication. In some Platycerium species the top margin of these fronds forms an open crown of lobes and thereby catches falling forest litter and water. Fertile fronds bear spores on their undersurface, are dichotomous or antler shaped and jut out or hang from the rhizome.

Species and varieties:

Platycerium bifurcatum

Platycerium coronarium

Platycerium superbum

Platycerium wandae


 Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium superbum
Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Platycerium sp., Staghorn

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Polypodium sp., Polypody

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Family: Polypodiaceae
Polypody
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliage

Varieties: Hothouse varieties: P. albido-squamatum; P. loriceum; P. pectinatum; P. quercifolium (Oak-leaved Fern); P. verrucosum. Cool greenhouse varieties: P. aureum; P. aureum Mandaianum; P. Billardieri; P. pustulatum; P. subauriculatum; P. subauriculatum Knightiae. Hardy varieties: P. vulgare and its varieties bifidum, cristatum, elegantissimum, hesperium, occidentale and trichomanoides; P.polypodioides.


 Polypodium sp., Polypody

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Polypodium sp., Polypody

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Polypodium formosanum
Polypodium sp., Polypody

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Polypodium Excaliber
Polypodium sp., Polypody

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Polypodium sp., Polypody

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Polypodium scolopendria
Polypodium sp., Polypody

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Polypodium scolopendria


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Pyrrosia piloselloides (?), Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga

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Family: Polypodiaceae
Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga
Origin: India, Indochina, Malesia
Vine or creeperSemi-shadeEpiphyteOrnamental foliage

Pyrrosia piloselloides is a epiphytic fern. The rhisomes of the fern are exposed to the air, and water availability is limited to periods when there is rain. The folding of the cell wall may be a survival mechanism by which the fern maintains cellular structural integrity, so that when water again becomes available, cells can resume normal metabolism immediately. Gametophytes of the Pyrrosia piloselloides were able to tolerate up to 50 days of drought.


 Pyrrosia piloselloides (?), Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga

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Pyrrosia piloselloides (?), Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga

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Pyrrosia piloselloides (?), Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga

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