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Image of Pentas lanceolata

Jessie Keith

(Egyptian Starcluster, Pentas, Starflower)

Sure to draw a fluttering dance of butterflies and hummingbirds, Ruby Glow Egyptian starcluster is a tall, upright clumping plant with vivid red flowers. This tropical tender perennial has dark green, lance-shaped leaves and bears many clusters of small tubular, star-shaped, red flowers when temperatures are warm. It is everblooming and appreciates regular deadheading to ensure a continual flush of new blossoms.

Heat, humidity and drought tolerant once established, 'Ruby Glow' prospers in full...

(Egyptian Starcluster, Pentas, Starflower)

Talk about a butterfly magnet for summertime! Egyptian starcluster is a tropical, shrubby, evergreen perennial that is often grown as an annual in temperate climates. The Bahamas Series is regarded for is upright, mounding plants with sturdy stems that hold up well to pounding thunderstorm rains and flowers that don't fade in intense sunshine. These everblooming North African natives have dark green, lance-shaped leaves and bears many large clusters of small tubular, star-shaped flowers that are...

Image of Pentas lanceolata (GRAFFITI SERIES) photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Egyptian Starcluster, Pentas, Starflower)

Kaleidoscopes of butterflies flock to these plants. Members of the Graffiti Series are more compact than standard Egyptian starcluster. These tropical, shrubby tender perennials have dark green, lance-shaped leaves and bear many clusters of small tubular, star-shaped flowers that may be red, pink, white or lavender, depending on the cultivar. These are everblooming and appreciate regular deadheading to ensure a continual flush of new blossoms.

Heat, humidity and drought tolerant once established,...

Image of Pentas lanceolata (NEW LOOK SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Egyptian Starcluster, Pentas, Starflower)

A location for a convention of butterflies, members of the New Look Series are a small, compactly sized group of the Egyptian starcluster. These tropical, shrubby tender perennials have dark green, lance-shaped leaves and bear many clusters of small tubular, star-shaped flowers that may be red, pink, white, rose or violet, depending on the cultivar. These ball-forming plants are everblooming and appreciate regular deadheading to ensure a continual flush of new blossoms.

Heat, humidity and drought...

(Winged Peperomia)

A denizen of the dark humid swamps of southwest Florida, the West Indies and Central and South America, winged peperomia is an herbaceous perennial. Though it is common in the wild, particularly in the West Indies and Central America, it is not often found in cultivation.

Spreading by underground stems (rhizomes), winded peperomia is upright or spreading and the stems are meagerly branched. Smooth waxy thick leaves alternate each other on the stems. They are elliptical to lance-shaped, dark...

Image of Peperomia argyreia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Watermelon Begonia)

This radiator plant hails from the forest of South America and is commonly known as watermelon peperomia. It is an herbaceous tender perennial and a very popular houseplant.

This peperomia has an unusual but attractive rosette growth habit. It produces dark green leaves and silvery-gray bands radiating from the plant center. There are varieties with brown or red hues behind the silver bands. The leaves are rounded or heart-shaped, slightly cupped and held on long red petioles (leaf stems)....

Image of Peperomia caperata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Emerald Ripple)

A compact Peperomia long grown as a houseplant, emerald ripple is native to the forests of South America, primarily Brazil. This appealing evergreen foliage plant is valued for its highly textured leaves and easy culture indoors or out.

Emerald ripple has a low-growing growth habit and produces dark green leaves that are heart or oval- shaped with deeply impressed veins giving them a quilted appearance. The foliage is supported by long reddish petioles (leaf stems). Several cultivars...

(Baby Rubber Plant)

This radiator plant hails the West Indies and Venezuela and is commonly known as red-edged peperomia. It is an herbaceous tender perennial and a very popular houseplant.

An upright growth habit and large leaves make this a good choice for containers. Red-edged peperomia produces thick dark green leaves egg-shaped leaves with red margins. They are slightly concave and held on petioles (leaf stems) alternating along the thickish stems. The pale green flowers are minute and packed tightly on slender...

Image of Peperomia clusiifolia

James Burghardt

(Baby Rubber Plant)

Pretty variegated leaves grace Peperomia ‘Ginny.’ Also known as ‘Tricolor’ or ‘Rainbow,’ the parent species radiator plant hails from the West Indies and Venezuela. It is an herbaceous tender perennial and a very popular houseplant.

This cultivar has an upright growth habit and large leaves make it a good choice for containers. Ginny has thick elliptical leaves which are medium green edged in creamy white blushed with rosy-pink. They are slightly concave and held on pink-red petioles...

Image of Peperomia glabella photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Wax Privet)

A denizen of southwest Florida, the West Indies and northern South America, cypress peperomia is an herbaceous perennial. It can become epiphytic (growing on other plants or structures) or grow sprawling along the shady forest floor .

Spreading by underground stems (rhizomes), cypress peperomia is upright or vine-like in form. The root systems are limited and fragile and in the wild often the plants grows on trees for supports taking nutrients and water through leaves and stems. Smooth waxy...