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Plant Size

When size matters

See also: Does Size Matter?

If you are interested in lanscaping size plants (7 gal or bigger size), please contact us. We can provide plants of any size for custom orders, as well as delivery and installation.

Our plants are grown in subtropical conditions of South Florida under hot and bright sun, they change literally every day, and some plants grow faster than others. It's impossible for us to update actual plant size in our price list every day, since we offer hundreds of species and grow thousands of plants. However, according to our inventory, we list in price-lists the container sizes in which these plants are growing at this time.

We offer for sale the best, healthiest and biggest plants that we have at the moment. The prices on the plants depend on their rarity rather than size. Small rare plant might be way more expensive than giant one that is easy to propagate and to grow.

All plants are well-rooted with a well-developed root system that usually fills out the pot. For shipping, sometimes we toss of some excess soil in order to save freight (see shipping info page).

Our standard container sizes are:

  1. 4" diameter - under 1 qt
  2. 6" diameter - 1 gal
  3. 10" diameter - 3 gal

Normally we do not ship bigger than 3 gal size plants since the shipping would be costy.

Although the root ball size usually depends on container size, the actual plant size (from root point to the top) may vary. Below are examples of plant sizes within same container size (photos of April 2004). Some of these might be trimmed soon, others will double their height within 2-3 weeks.


Jasminum Sambac
1 gal and 4" size

Plants in 4" containers

  1. Clerodendrum sahelangii
  2. Hibiscus El Capitolio Bloody Mary
  3. Hibiscus Mrs. James Hendry
  4. Ixora
  5. Bougainvillea Raspberry Ice

 

(photo May 2004)

Plants in 1 gal containers

  1. Cinnamomum zeylanicum
  2. Brya ebenus
  3. Jacaranda mimosifolia
  4. Solanum mammosum

(photo June 2004)

Plants in 3 gal containers

  1. Cordia lutea
  2. Cananga odorata
  3. Psychotria nervosa

(photo June 2004)

Caesalpinia (Dwarf Poinciana) in different sizes (photo July 2004)
Stictocardia vine in 4" pot (photo July 2004)

 

 

Please don't hesitate to ask us about actual plant size if the size really matters to you!

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