This rare Marcgravia isn’t seen often in cultivation and is rather slow-growing. It has a nice pink stem and light green leaves. It grows up a background nicely, but if placed in the foreground will develop a compact little mound, unlike many Marcgravia. It has a very whimsical look to it.
This lovely little fern is one of the easiest and fastest terrarium suitable ferns. Its fronds only grow to about 1/2 inch, and it is tolerant of a wide range of conditions. It does best mounted but will also grow terrestrially in sphagnum moss. Given time, it will make a dense mat. It is from […]
This small Begonia only grows to about 4″ diameter for an entire plant. The leaves are around 1.5-2.5 inches. It is from Sumatra and was found in 2008.
This Marcgravia stays very small and has exceptional color in every stage of growth. New leaves are bright reddish-orange, and more mature growth is a light olive green with hints of orange. The stems are a nice red. It is from Limon, Ecuador.
This Philodendron resembles the ‘Condor’ Philodendron, although unfortunately this one didn’t come with locality information. It is a true miniature, only getting as large as you see in this photo (leaves around 3″). The petioles are a light pink, while the main stem is green. Leaves have a red tint to them and are much […]
This Melastome stays under 5″, and is propagated easily with leaf cuttings (as pictured here). In bright light it is the color below, and in moderate-low light it is a deep purple red.
This is a very small Selaginella from north-central Ecuador.