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Sauromatum venosum, Typhonium venosum, Arum venosum, Voodoo Lily

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Sauromatum venosum, Typhonium venosum, Arum venosum

Voodoo Lily
Family: Araceae
Origin: Himalayas
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeUnusual colorFragrantIrritatingSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Rare variety of Amorphophallus ralative. Typhonium venosum, probably better known under its synonym Sauromatum venosum, is a common shade-loving house or garden plant from temperate and tropical Africa and Asia. Tuberous perennial with solitary, segmented round leaf and strange, arum-like flower. It grows to around 20 inches tall from an underground corm. A large T. venosum corm can spawn multiple new corms. Inflorescences emerge before their leaves. This plant is also known as the Voodoo Bulb because of its ability to flower from a corm without soil and water. An inflorescence has a purplish-brown-spotted, yellowish spathe and a purplish-brown spadix which emit a strong odor perceived as similar to cow manure, rotting flesh, or a dirty wet dog, depending on who smells the inflorescence. The odor lasts about 2 days, and attracts carrion-feeding insects which can pollinate this plant.



Sauromatum venosum, Typhonium venosum, Arum venosum, Voodoo Lily

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Sauromatum venosum, Typhonium venosum, Arum venosum, Voodoo Lily

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Sauromatum venosum, Typhonium venosum, Arum venosum, Voodoo Lily

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Sauromatum venosum bulbs


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Sauromatum (Typhonium) venosum - Voodoo Lily

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Rare variety of Amorphophallus ralative. Typhonium...  more

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Schinus terebinthifolius, Brazilian pepper-tree

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Schinus terebinthifolius

Brazilian pepper-tree
Family: Anacardiaceae
Origin: Brazil
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterOrnamental foliageFragrantIrritatingSpice or herbAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsInvasiveEdible

Brazilian pepper is a small tree, to 30 feet tall, with a short trunk usually hidden by dense intertwining branches. The leaves have a reddish, sometimes winged midrib. Leaves have 3 to 13 finely toothed leaflets which are 1 to 2 inches long. Leaves smell of turpentine when crushed. Numerous white or yellowish flowers are born on panicles and are insect pollinated. In Florida flowers are pollinated by a native syrphid fly. The tree is dioecious. The fruits are in clusters, glossy, green and juicy at first, becoming bright red. The red skin dries to become a papery shell surrounding the seed. Brazilian pepper is a beautiful evergreen with showy bright red berries that are used by South Floridians for Christmas decorations. Honey bees make honey from the flowers. The berries are a very important food source for wintering songbirds. Skin contact with leaves and the milky sap results in red, itching rashes and the tree's allergens also cause respiratory difficulties in many people. The leaves are aromatic and have a faint turpentine scent when crushed. The seeds have a peppery taste and are sometimes sold as "pink pepper". Fruit are used for producing red pepper but can be toxic if eaten in quantity. Since their peppery taste is much weaker than real peppercorns, they are mostly used for decorative purpose in dishes. Possession and cultivation of Brazilian pepper is illegal in Florida where the species is listed on the state's official Noxious Weeds List.





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Scindapsus pictus Argyraeus, Epipremnum pictum Argyraeum, Satin Pothos, Silk Pothos, Silver Philodendron 

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Scindapsus pictus Argyraeus, Epipremnum pictum Argyraeum

Satin Pothos, Silk Pothos, Silver Philodendron
Family: Araceae
Origin: Southeast Asia
Vine or creeperShadeSemi-shadeModerate waterOrnamental foliageIrritating

This plant is cultivated for satiny dark green juvenile leaves which are heart-shaped with irregular silver spots. Light green foliage is spotted with silvery, reflective variegation. The heart-shaped leaves are velvety to the touch and matte in texture, which has led this plant to have the common names Philodendron Silver and Satin Pothos (though botanically it is neither Philodendron nor Pothos). Eventually, its vines grow quite long, making Scinapsus pictus a great choice for hanging planters.





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Scindapsus pictus Argyraeus - Satin Pothos

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Satin Pothos, Silk Pothos, Silver Philodendron. It...  more

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Senecio macroglossus, Flowering Ivy, Cape Ivy, Natal Ivy, Wax Vine

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Senecio macroglossus

Flowering Ivy, Cape Ivy, Natal Ivy, Wax Vine
Family: Asteraceae
Origin: South Africa
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftVine or creeperFull sunShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterOrnamental foliageYellow/orange flowersIrritating

Trailing or climbing vine with fleshy leaves. At first glance, Senecio macroglossus looks like a kind of ivy, but on closer inspection, the bright yellow daisy flowers amongst the foliage make it clear that it bears no real relationship to ivy whatsoever.



Senecio macroglossus, Flowering Ivy, Cape Ivy, Natal Ivy, Wax Vine

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Senecio macroglossus, Flowering Ivy, Cape Ivy, Natal Ivy, Wax Vine

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Senecio macroglossus, Flowering Ivy, Cape Ivy, Natal Ivy, Wax Vine

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Senecio macroglossus, Flowering Ivy, Cape Ivy, Natal Ivy, Wax Vine

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Solanum aculeatissimum, Solanum capsicoides, Cockroach berry, Indian Love Apple, Soda Apple, Devils Apple

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Solanum aculeatissimum, Solanum capsicoides

Cockroach berry, Indian Love Apple, Soda Apple, Devils Apple
Family: Solanaceae
Origin: South America
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterIrritatingEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.InvasiveThorny or spiny

Very spiny, low and spreading habit, with branching near the ground, large orange fruit.





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