Chocolate Raspberry, Pseuderanthemum Iguana Mia. Tri-color... more
Pseuderanthemum x carruthersii Chocolate Raspberry (Tricolor)
Chocolate Raspberry, Pseuderanthemum Iguana Mia. Tri-color hybrid of Black Varnish that has an amazing combination of purple, dark green, and black colors of the leaves. Leaves change color as they mature and also depending on light and season. Spikes of spectacular deep mauve flowers sprinkled with pink from Winter to Spring. The plant may flower several times a year. If grown in filtered light, leaves get larger and darker. A must for every tropical plant collection, it can be easily grown as a house plant.
This late ripening primocane variety produces loads... more
Rubus idaeus x occidentalis - Nantahala Primocane Raspberry
This late ripening primocane variety produces loads of lush red raspberries, excellent flavor. Everbearing red raspberries, also called primocane raspberries, are able to grow flowers during the first year. These varieties produce fruit at the tips of the primocanes. During the second year, they can produce a summer crop on the lower part of the same canes. In a class by itself, Nantahala ripens slightly later than standard everbearing varieties and is well worth the wait. It delivers two great crops of large berries that rate consistently firmer, more flavorful, more attractive and with overall higher quality than others. The beautiful, red fruit is ideal fresh off the vine, baked into pies, processed into jams and syrups, or frozen. Grows 2-5' tall, depending on location. Full to part sun. Hardy to Zone 6.
Glencoe (Glen Coe) Raspberry - incredibly luscious... more
Rubus x albescens - Glencoe Raspberry
Glencoe (Glen Coe) Raspberry - incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries.. A remarkable summer fruiting variety producing unusual velvety-purple raspberries with an intensely sweet flavor. It has a vigorous habit, and will quickly form a multi-stemmed clump of bushy raspberry canes that show good disease resistance. Plants are self-fruitful, so a single plant will supply ample fruit from early to late summer. Plenty of berries for fresh eating, jams, and sorbet. Glencoe plants are compact enough to be grown in a large container.