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¡¡Monanthes muralis Perfecto para un futuro jardín de hadas! Monanthes muralis Perfect for our future fairy garden!

Monotropa uniflora. PNW native, zones 4-8.  Shade 'ice plant'

Habitat: In humus in low- to mid-elevation closed-canopy forests Bloom time: June - August Range: In Washington, primarily west of the Cascades, with populations in the wet forests of northeast Washington

I saw one of these at the Portland Rare Plant Society open house and I'm kicking myself for not getting one! Ugh!                                                                                                                                                      More

ABC das Suculentas- one of the many 'Mother of Thousands', the coolet way to view them is from above.

Christia obcordata, common names are ‘Swallowtail,’ ‘Butterfly,’ or ‘Stripe’ for obvious reasons. This is a somewhat obscure specimen first imported and made available in the United States by a fellow Portlandian, Burl Mostul of Rare Plant Research. A conversation piece in any garden, the wing-shaped leaves and chartreuse-maroon color combination is stunning in an area that gets bright indirect light.

Christia Obcordata Swallowtail Plant - Perennial herb from Ryukyu Islands and Taiwan,

Carnivorous plant Nepenthes villosa... I should really stop looking at these pictures. Too many rare plants Ill never get

Nepenthes villosa is an extremely beautiful plant that is considered an ultra-highlander that needs very cool nights to grow properly and thus has a reputation as a difficult plant to grow.

Aphelandra sinclairiana - Panama Queen - a very rare plant with extremely tropical look, fragrant flowers of unusual color combination: orange and pink.

Aphelandra sinclairiana - Panama Queen Panama Queen - a very rare plant with extremely tropical look, fragrant flowers of unusual color combination: orange and pink.

Baseball Euphorbia (Euphorbia obesa) - to 8", This interesting succulent plant has a rounded shape like a baseball. Its gray-green flesh is marked with burgundy stripes.

Baseball Euphorbia (Euphorbia obesa) - to This interesting succulent plant has a rounded shape like a baseball. Its gray-green flesh is marked with burgundy stripes. I have one of these, and just this week it has begun to flower just like this one.

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Caudex plant-Sinningia bullata succulent Rare plant

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