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Image of Neoregelia carolinae photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Blushing Bromeliad)

The broad, verdant rosettes of this epiphytic bromeliad blush red at their center as they bloom. It is native to tropical forests of Brazil.

Neoregelia carolinae produces evergreen rosettes of leathery, arching, strap-shaped leaves with finely toothed margins. The leaf bases at the center of the rosette form a tubular cup which catches and holds water. Mature rosettes bear tiny lavender blooms on dome-shaped flower heads that are held within the blushing "water cup." Rosettes die after...

Image of Neoregelia carolinae var. tricolor photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Tricolor Blushing Bromeliad)

Colorful at all seasons, Neoregelia carolinae var. tricoloris grown for its ivory-striped, pink-tinged leaf rosettes that blush red at their center.

An epiphytic bromeliad from tropical forests of Brazil, Neoregelia carolinae produces evergreen rosettes of leathery, arching, strap-shaped leaves with finely toothed margins. The leaf bases at the center of the rosette form a tubular cup which catches and holds water. Mature rosettes bear tiny lavender blooms on a dome-shaped...

Image of Neoregelia concentrica photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Concentric Bromeliad, Concentric Neoregelia)

A large epiphytic bromeliad from tropical forests of Brazil, Neoregelia concentrica is grown for its lush evergreen rosettes that flush deep purple at their centers.

Concentric bromeliad produces broad rosettes of waxy, yellow- to medium-green, strap-shaped leaves. The leaves are edged with spiny black teeth and are often flecked or blotched with purple. The leaf bases at the center of the rosette form a tubular cup which catches and holds water. Mature rosettes bear tiny white or lavender...

Image of Neoregelia cruenta photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Bloody Bromeliad, Painted Fingernails)

Resembling a massive starfish in the tropical garden, the bloody bromeliad's wide, strappy, light green leaves have showy magenta- red tips. This semi-epiphytic, stoloniferous perennial from Brazil can be found growing in the trees of tropical rainforests or on the forest floor. It thrives in areas that are moist, humid and warm.

The broad rosette of this bromeliad is comprised of a spreading radial spray of wide, sword-like leaves lined with tiny teeth. These olive to yellow-green leaves are...

Image of Nephrolepis exaltata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Boston Swordfern)

A common, old-fashioned plant for containers and hanging baskets, Boston swordfern is easy to grow and tolerant of summer warmth and humidity. This large, evergreen to semi-evergreen fern originates from regions in Mexico, Central America and South America as well as sub-Saharan Africa and Polynesia. It has dense, arching, lance-shaped fronds of medium green and develops a bushy to weeping habit. Plants slowly spread by rhizomes and require regular division—particularly if container grown.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Boston Fern, Boston Swordfern)

A common, old-fashioned plant for containers and hanging baskets, Boston fern is easy to grow and tolerant or summer warmth and humidity.

This large, evergreen to semi-evergreen fern originates from regions in Mexico, Central and South America. The cultivar ‘Bostoniensis’ has dense, arching, lance-shaped fronds of medium green that are broader than the standard species. When mature it develops a distinct mop-like weeping habit.

Like most ferns, Boston fern grows best in full to partial shade...

(Boston Swordfern, Dallas Jewel Boston Fern)

A new selection of an old favorite, ‘Dallas Jewel’ is a compact, vigorous Boston swordfern with spreading and arching, shiny fronds. Like all Boston ferns, it is easy to grow and tolerant or summer warmth and humidity. The parent species is an evergreen to semi-evergreen fern native to the tropical Americas, Africa and Polynesia. The fronds of ‘Dallas Jewel’ are medium green and shorter than those of the parent species, making the habit more compact. This fern spreads by rhizomes (underground stems)...

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James H. Schutte

(Boston Swordfern)

A sterile selection of the classic Boston swordfern, ‘Fluffy Ruffles’ is a compact, elegant fern with spreading and arching, shiny fronds lined with wavy-edged and incised leaflets. Easy to grow and tolerant or summer warmth and humidity, its parent species is an evergreen to semi-evergreen fern native to the tropical Americas, Africa and Polynesia. The fronds of ‘Fluffy Ruffles' are medium green to slightly yellowed, shorter and more arching than those of the parent species, all helping to make...

Image of Nerium oleander photo by: Nancy Engel

Nancy Engel

(Oleander)

Oleander is a tough Mediterranean shrub that thrives where summers are dry and hot. It is a large, evergreen shrub with bushy, rounded to vase-shaped habit. Leathery, linear, lance-shaped leaves line the branches throughout the year and emit white latex when broken. The colorful flowers appear all year around but bloom most heavily from late winter to early summer. They are borne in loose clusters at the ends of the branches and are funnel-shaped at the base with five prominent radial petals that...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Calypso Oleander, Oleander)

The red-flowered ‘Calypso’ is a large shrub with medium green foliage and greater cold tolerance than most oleanders.

Oleander is a tough Mediterranean shrub that thrives where summers are dry and hot. It is a large, evergreen shrub with bushy, rounded to vase-shaped habit. Leathery, linear, lance-shaped leaves line the branches throughout the year and emit white latex when broken. The colorful flowers appear all year around but bloom most heavily from late winter to early summer. They are borne...