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CATALOG OF OUR CURRENTLY AVAILABLE PLANTS.
YOU WILL FIND CAUDEX PLANTS, SUCCULENT PLANTS AND BULBOUS PLANTS. WE OFFER, ALSO, FROM TIME TO TIME, SOME ORCHIDS, BROMELIADS, INSECTIVOROUS PLANTS AS WELL AS MYRMECOPHILA.

TO KNOW THE SIZE OF THE PLANTS SHIPPED, ONLY THE DESCRIPTION IS VALID. THE FIRST PHOTO SHOWS, USUALLY, AN ADULT PLANT, IN CULTURE OR IN THE NATURE, THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT THE PLANTS WILL BECOME IDENTICAL IN CULTURE, TAKING ACCOUNT OF EACH CONDITIONS, THESE ARE JUST SUGGESTIONS! SOME PHOTOS MAY LOOK LIKE THE PLANTS THAT WILL BE SHIPPED, BUT THIS REMAINS ACCURATE AND WITHOUT COMMITMENT ON OUR PART.

SHIPMENTS ARE ESSENTIALLY AT THE BEGINNING OF THE WEEK. THE PLANTS ARE SENT, MAINLY WITHOUT THE POTS, BETWEEN 1 AND 2 WEEKS AFTER THE ORDER, DEPENDING ON THE QUANTITY RECEIVED AND THE MANDATORY WORK OF PLANT PREPARATION. THE DELIVERY TIMES INDICATED AT THE CARRIER LEVEL CORRESPOND ONLY TO THE TIME THAT THE PACKAGE TAKES BETWEEN SHIPMENT AND ITS ARRIVAL AT YOU.

THE FINAL SHIPPING COSTS ARE SHOWN ONLY AT THE TIME OF CHOOSING THE CARRIER, THE ONE SHOWN TO YOU AT THE START IS AN ESTIMATE.

OUTSIDE THE EEC, WE DO NOT SHIP WITHOUT A PHYTOSANITARY CERTIFICATE, YOU MUST THEREFORE TAKE ONE. PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ADEQUATE SECTION CAREFULLY. ELSEWHERE, WE DO NOT SHIP PLANTS WHICH REQUIRE A CITED CERTIFICATE OUTSIDE THE EEC.

OUR MINIMUM ORDER IS € 15

Author : (Grisebach) Castellanos Family : Bromeliaceae Habitat : Bolivia, Peru Small rosette of stiff, pointed leaves, growing in dense cushions. The old specimens are formed of several hundred rosettes, which gives a very particular aspect, in the shape of a wave or a dome. The leaves of this species are very short, which gives an even more...
Author : Carl Linnaeus, 1759 Family : Bombacaceae, Malvaceae Habitat : Kenya The big and beautiful tree-like succulent appears only in the southern part of Africa (and brought around by Arab traders to i.e. Madagascar and Oman). It was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1759. It belongs to the Bombacaceae* family. The trunk will get op to...
Author : Carl Linnaeus, 1759 Family : Bombacaceae, Malvaceae Habitat : Kenya The big and beautiful tree-like succulent appears only in the southern part of Africa (and brought around by Arab traders to i.e. Madagascar and Oman). It was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1759. It belongs to the Bombacaceae* family. The trunk will get op to...
Author : Henri Lucien Jumelle & Joseph Marie Henry Alfred Perrier de la Bâthie, 1909 Family : Bombacaceae Habitat : Madagascar This member of the Bombacaceae* family was given this name by Henri Lucien Jumelle and Joseph Marie Henry Alfred Perrier de la Bâthie 1909. It is found on the west coast of Madagascar from Itampolo in the...
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ADENIA epigea

Author: Joseph Marie Henry Alfred Perrier of The Bâthie, 1940 Family: Passifloraceae Habitat: MADAGASCAR griming species with wart caudex and taking various colors from green to brown 3 years old seedling, 1 cm caudex. 15 cm. OUR PLANTS ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE CONSULT OUR CONDITIONS OF SALE BECAUSE NO GUARANTEE...
Author : Schinz. Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Afrique du sud Woody deciduous plant with glabrous caudex. There are male and female plants. Caudex: large, fleshy, smooth-skinned melon-shaped to irregularly spherical, dark green, up to more than 60 cm in diameter, and also grows with much of its upper part out of the ground. 3/4 cm...
Author : Schinz. Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Afrique du sud Woody deciduous plant with glabrous caudex. There are male and female plants. Caudex: large, fleshy, smooth-skinned melon-shaped to irregularly spherical, dark green, up to more than 60 cm in diameter, and also grows with much of its upper part out of the ground. 4/5 cm...
Author : Schinz. Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Afrique du sud Woody deciduous plant with glabrous caudex. There are male and female plants. Caudex: large, fleshy, smooth-skinned melon-shaped to irregularly spherical, dark green, up to more than 60 cm in diameter, and also grows with much of its upper part out of the ground. 5/6 cm...
Author : Schinz. Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Afrique du sud Woody deciduous plant with glabrous caudex. There are male and female plants. Caudex: large, fleshy, smooth-skinned melon-shaped to irregularly spherical, dark green, up to more than 60 cm in diameter, and also grows with much of its upper part out of the ground. 6/7 cm...
Author : Schinz. Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Afrique du sud Woody deciduous plant with glabrous caudex. There are male and female plants. Caudex: large, fleshy, smooth-skinned melon-shaped to irregularly spherical, dark green, up to more than 60 cm in diameter, and also grows with much of its upper part out of the ground. 2 years...
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ADENIA ovata

Author : W.J.de Wild. Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Tanzania Stunning species native to East Africa caudex diameter, about 3/4 cm OUR PLANTS OUR ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE CONSULT OUR CONDITIONS OF SALE BECAUSE NO GUARANTEE IS GIVEN REGARDING THEIR RETURN. THEY ALSO TRAVEL AT YOUR OWN RISK, THE CARRIER YOU HAVE...
Author : Harms. Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Namibia It consists of a large, somewhat hemispherical, above-ground caudex, reaching 90 cm on a taproot, the fat base is topped by eccentrically arranged non-climbing stems. These stems are grey-green, succulent, and without spines, making it look like a hedgehog or an oddly shaped rock...
  Auteur : Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler, 1891 Famille : Passifloraceae Habitat : East Africa This member of the Passifloraceae family was described by Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler in 1891. It is found in eastern and southern Africa, growing in well-drained soil with some water and quiet some sun. The flowers are green, and beside...
  Auteur : Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler, 1891 Famille : Passifloraceae Habitat : East Africa This member of the Passifloraceae family was described by Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler in 1891. It is found in eastern and southern Africa, growing in well-drained soil with some water and quiet some sun. The flowers are green, and beside...
Author: N.C. Family: Passifloraceae Habitat: MADAGASCAR Climbing species taking remarkable and varied colors from green to brown on the thick stems. Heavily cut leaves. Seedlings. Unbranched plant. Caudex diameter less than 1 cm total height, about 10 cm. Similar to pic 2 and 3 OUR PLANTS ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE...
Author : Burtt. Davy Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Afrique du sud Very similar to Adenia glauca but with spines 10/12 cm Caudex OUR PLANTS OUR ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE CONSULT OUR CONDITIONS OF SALE BECAUSE NO GUARANTEE IS GIVEN REGARDING THEIR RETURN. THEY ALSO TRAVEL AT YOUR OWN RISK, THE CARRIER YOU HAVE...
Author : Burtt. Davy Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Afrique du sud Very similar to Adenia glauca but with spines 4/5 cm Caudex OUR PLANTS OUR ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE CONSULT OUR CONDITIONS OF SALE BECAUSE NO GUARANTEE IS GIVEN REGARDING THEIR RETURN. THEY ALSO TRAVEL AT YOUR OWN RISK, THE CARRIER YOU HAVE...
Author : Burtt. Davy Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Afrique du sud Very similar to Adenia glauca but with spines 7/8 cm Caudex OUR PLANTS OUR ARE SENT WITH THE POT OR BARE ROOTS. PLEASE CONSULT OUR CONDITIONS OF SALE BECAUSE NO GUARANTEE IS GIVEN REGARDING THEIR RETURN. THEY ALSO TRAVEL AT YOUR OWN RISK, THE CARRIER YOU HAVE...
Author: Harms Family: Passifloraceae Habitat: Southern Africa Adenia stenodactyla is a monoecious (or rarely hermaphroditic), herbaceous climbing plant measuring 2.5 m long, derived from a tuberous rootstock. The caudex serves as a water reservoir in periods of drought. Plant generally entirely hairless. 1/2 cm Caudex. OUR PLANTS ARE...
Author: Harms Family: Passifloraceae Habitat: Southern Africa Adenia stenodactyla is a monoecious (or rarely hermaphroditic), herbaceous climbing plant measuring 2.5 m long, derived from a tuberous rootstock. The caudex serves as a water reservoir in periods of drought. Plant generally entirely hairless. 7 cm Caudex OUR PLANTS ARE...
Author: Harms Family: Passifloraceae Habitat: Southern Africa Adenia stenodactyla is a monoecious (or rarely hermaphroditic), herbaceous climbing plant measuring 2.5 m long, derived from a tuberous rootstock. The caudex serves as a water reservoir in periods of drought. Plant generally entirely hairless. 4 Caudex. IMPORT. Similar plant as...
Superbe Adenia à caudex de Tanzanie aux feuilles plus ou moins dissectées Cette plante de la famille des Passifloracées appartient à un genre où l'on rencontre des végétaux assez variés qui sont la plupart du temps grimpants et qui possèdent un caudex. TRES RARE   EXEMPLAIRE PROPOSE : Plante d'importation âgée d'environ 6/7 années...
Author : (H.Perrier) Hearn Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Madagascar The Adenia stylosa is a shrub or vine pachycaul forming a tangle of twisted stems radiating in all directions from an extraordinary, hard, conical, irregular and bumpy green caudex resembling a candle in the shape of a mountain with melting wax. The male and female...
Author : Forssk. Family : Passifloraceae Habitat : Yemen Adenia venenata is a semi-succulent climbing plant, almost tree-like, from 1 to 8 m in height. It produces an inflated lower trunk in the shape of a bottle with few or many voluble glabrous stems emerging from its top which goes up high in the trees. It is one of the most remarkable...
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