The Plant List

The following is a list of all plants I currently have.  Each bullet represents a unique plant species, variety or cultivar.  Plants are categorized by Family.  Multiple plants of the same variety are numbered in square brackets (i.e. [2]).  For some plants I have listed common names or identifying information in italics after the genus and species.  I have begun to transfer this catalog of my plants to MyFolia.  You can see my plant list there, as well.

Key
NOID “not identified,” meaning that I have tried to identify the particular species and have not been able to find the correct name.
sp? I haven’t put much effort into identifying my particular species.
v. variety
c. cultivar (cultivated variety).
plant name my plant has deceased since being added to the list.
aquatic, a plant that I grow in my aquariums.
Recently obtained
! I have collection data for my particular plant

Count as of 2012-09-23:  386

Acanthaceae

  • Barleria eranthemoides (Ethiopian!)
  • Ecbolium viride (Ethiopian!)
  • Justicia betonica White Shrimp plant, Squirrel’s Tail (from Hawaii)
  • Justicia brandegeana Red Shrimp plant
  • Justicia brandegeana ‘Fruit Cocktail’ Fruit Cocktail Shrimp Plant
  • Justicia fulvicoma Mexican Plume
  • Justicia scheidweileri Purple Shrimp Plant, Maracas Brazilian Fireworks
  • Pachystachys lutea Yellow shrimp plant
  • Ruellia brittoniana ‘Katie’s Pink’ Purple Ruellia

Agavaceae

  • Agave parrasana
  • Chlorophytum laxum Variegated spider plant
  • Hosta ‘Blue Cadet’
  • Yucca rupicola? Yucca cane

Alismataceae

  • Echinodorus barthii v. ‘red melon’ Red melon sword
  • Echinodorus bleheri Amazon sword
  • Echinodorus tenellus Chain sword
  • Sagittaria graminea v. graminea [4]

Amaryllidaceae

  • Amaryllis hybrids [3]
  • Crinum bulbispermum
  • Narcissus sp. Daffodils [about 50]
  • Narcissus sp. Dwarf wild Daffodils
  • Zephyranthes sp? Rain lily, Fairy Lily, Zephyr Lily

Apiaceae

  • Lilaeopsis brasiliensis Microsword

Apocynaceae

  • Adenium hybrid [2]
  • Caralluma NOID
  • Huernia aspera
  • Huernia hystrix
  • Huernia longituba
  • Huernia penzigii
  • Huernia schneideriana
  • Nerium oleander Hardy Oleander
  • Plumeria sp. Yellow plumeria, Hawai’ian lai’ flower
  • Plumeria sp. White plumeria (Hawaii) [2]
  • Plumeria rubra Pink plumeria (Hawaii)
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Black Cyclone’ seedlings
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Orange Beauty’ seedlings
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Coral Orange’ seedlings
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Top Angel’ seedlings
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Imperial Topaz’ seedlings
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Orange Butterfly’ seedlings
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Wipadelight’
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Orange Kerasin’
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Jakdao’
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Dang Siam’
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Granny Grape’
  • Plumeria rubra ‘Three Kings’
  • Salvia greggii ‘Pink Preference’ Pink Preference Autumn Sage 
  • Salvia ? Light Pink Salvia
  • Salvia ? Bright Red Salvia
  • Stapelia divaricata
  • Stapelia flavopurpurea
  • Stapelia gettleffii
  • Stapelia gigantea Carrion Flower [2]
  • Stapelia grandiflora
  • Stapelia hirsuta
  • Stapelia variegata

Aquifoliaceae

  • Ilex cornuta Chinese holly, Horned holly, Red berry holly

Araceae (Aroids)

  • Aglaonema ‘Abidjan’
  • Aglaonema alumina v. armandii
  • Aglaonema ‘B.J. Freeman’
  • Aglaonema ‘black lance’
  • Aglaonema brevispathum
  • Aglaonema brevispathum v. hospitum
  • Aglaonema ‘Brilliant’
  • Aglaonema ‘Cassandra’
  • Aglaonema commutatum v. maculatum f. maculatum
  • Aglaonema pictum
  • Aglaonema ‘Decora’
  • Aglaonema ‘Fransher’
  • Aglaonema ‘Gold Dust’
  • Aglaonema ‘green lady’
  • Aglaonema ‘jubilee’
  • Aglaonema ‘Key Largo’
  • Aglaonema ‘Lilliput’
  • Aglaonema ‘Maria’ (aka ‘Emerald Beauty’) [2]
  • Aglaonema ‘Maria Christina’
  • Aglaonema modestum variegated
  • Aglaonema ‘Peacock’ [2]
  • Aglaonema pictum
  • Aglaonema ‘Pink Goddess’
  • Aglaonema ‘royal ripple’
  • Aglaonema ‘Silver Bay’
  • Aglaonema ‘Silver Queen’ variegated
  • Aglaonema ‘white lance’
  • Aglaonema ‘White Rain’
  • Aglaonema NOID (similar to ‘Silver Bay’)
  • Aglaonema NOID (from Fairchild)
  • Aglaonema NOID (dark green, ovate leaves)
  • Aglaonema NOID (‘Cory,’ ‘Stripes’ or nitidum?)
  • Alocasia amazonica African Shield
  • Alocasia ‘Aurora’ Pink Stem Alocasia
  • Alocasia ‘Bambino Silver’
  • Alocasia brancifolia
  • Alocasia gageana
  • Alocasia ‘Hilo Beauty’
  • Alocasia lauterbachiana
  • Alocasia ‘Maharani’
  • Alocasia x ‘Green Velvet’
  • Alocasia ‘Stingray’
  • Alocasia wentii
  • Amorphophallus albus
  • Amorphophallus atroviridis [2]
  • Amorphophallus henryi !
  • Amorphophallus konjac
  • Amorphophallus paeoniifolius
  • Amorphophallus titanum [2]
  • Amydrium zippelianum
  • Anchomanes wolwitschii
  • Anthurium amnicola !
  • Anthurium “black”
  • Anthurium bonplandii v. guayanum
  • Anthurium NOID (bird’s nest)
  • Anthurium crystallinum
  • Anthurium ‘Crystal Hope
  • Anthurium fornicifolium seedlings
  • Anthurium friedrichsthalii
  • Anthurium gracile seedlings
  • Anthurium harleyi
  • Anthurium holmnielsenii !
  • Anthurium ‘Mehani’ [2]
  • Anthurium ottonis
  • Anthurium ovatifolium
  • Anthurium pallidiflorum
  • Anthurium paraguayense !
  • Anthurium plowmanii
  • Anthurium radicans
  • Anthurium recavum
  • Anthurium scandens [2]
  • Anthurium sparreorum !
  • Anthurium ‘Surprise’
  • Anthurium verapazense !
  • Anubias afzelli
  • Anubias barteri
  • Anubias barteri v. nana [2]
  • Anubias barteri v. nana ‘marbled’
  • Anubias barteri v. nana ‘petite’ [8]
  • Anubias barteri v. coffeefolia [2]
  • Anubias congensis
  • Anubias lanceolata
  • Cercestis mirabilis
  • Cryptocoryne lucens [3]
  • Cryptocoryne lutea [2]
  • Cryptocoryne parva [3]
  • Cryptocoryne wendtii
  • Cryptocoryne x. willissii
  • Dieffenbachia ‘Brilliant’
  • Dieffenbachia oerstedii
  • Dieffenbachia ‘Panther’
  • Dieffenbachia ‘Paradise’
  • Dieffenbachia sp. Dumb cane
  • Dieffenbachia tarabitense
  • Dieffenbachia NOID
  • Dieffenbachia NOID (Kampong)
  • Epipremnum amplissimum
  • Epipremnum aureum ‘marble queen’
  • Epipremnum aureum ‘neon’
  • Epipremnum pinnatum
  • Epipremnum pinnatum v. ‘Cebu Blue’
  • Homalomena sp?
  • Gonatopus NOID
  • Monstera adansonii
  • Monstera deliciosa v. ‘Borsigiana’ [2]
  • Monstera deliciosa v. ‘Borsigiana’ variegated [2]
  • Monstera friedrichstahli
  • Monstera lechleriana
  • Monstera obliqua [2]
  • Monstera standleyana
  • Philodendron 69686
  • Philodendron atabapoense
  • Philodendron billietiae [3]
  • Philodendron bipennifolium
  • Philodendron bipinnatifidum
  • Philodendron ‘Burle Marx Fantasy’
  • Philodendron campii (= P. ‘Lynette’)
  • Philodendron camposportoanum
  • Philodendron erubescens
  • Philodendron ‘Florida’
  • Philodendron gigas
  • Philodendron gloriosum [2]
  • Philodendron ‘Golden Emerald’
  • Philodendron hastatum (= P. glaucophyllum) Silver Metal Philodendron, Blue Philodendron
  • Philodendron hederaceum
  • Philodendron hederaceum ‘Micans’ [2]
  • Philodendron hederaceum ‘Brazil’ [2]
  • Philodendron hylaeae
  • Philodendron ilsemanii
  • Philodendron ‘King of Spades’ (aka ‘Ace of Spades’)
  • Philodendron linnaei
  • Philodendron martianum [2]
  • Philodendron mayoi
  • Philodendron melinonii x pinnatifidum
  • Philodendron mexicanum [2]
  • Philodendron microstictum
  • Philodendron ‘mini belle’
  • Philodendron ‘Moonlight’
  • Philodendron ‘painted lady’
  • Philodendron ‘pincushion’
  • Philodendron pinnatifidum
  • Philodendron ‘Pink Princess’
  • Philodendron ‘Prince of Orange’
  • Philodendron ‘red duchess’
  • Philodendron ‘rojo’ or ‘rojo congo’
  • Philodendron ‘royal queen’
  • Philodendron scandens
  • Philodendron scottmorianum
  • Philodendron sodiroi
  • Philodendron ‘Strawberry Shake’
  • Philodendron squamiferum
  • Philodendron ‘Sucre’s Slim’
  • Philodendron tortum
  • Philodendron verrucosum
  • Philodendron warscewiczii [2]
  • Philodendron wendlandii
  • Philodendron ‘Xanadu’
  • Philodendron NOID (from MoBot)
  • Pinellia pedatisecta
  • Pinellia ternata
  • Pinellia tripartita
  • Rhaphidophora hayi
  • Rhaphidophora hongkongensis
  • Rhaphidophora tetrasperma ‘Ginny’ Mini Monstera, Mini Swiss Cheese Plant [2]
  • Scindapsus pictus argyraeus [2]
  • Syngonium ‘Byrd’
  • Syngonium erythrophyllum
  • Syngonium NOID (pink)
  • Syngonium podophyllum Bronze Syngonium
  • Syngonium wendlandii
  • Xanthosoma ? Green Taro (Hawaii)
  • Zamioculcas zamiifolia [2]
  • Zantedeschia albomaculata

Araliaceae

  • Polyscias balfouriana Variegated Aralia
  • Polyscias scutellaria Shield Aralia
  • Schefflera elegantissima False Aralia, Finger Aralia, Threadleaf Aralia
  • Schefflera NOID Umbrella Plant

Arecaceae

  • Chamaedorea elegans Neanthe bella palm
  • Chamaedorea sp? (from office) [2]
  • Cocos nucifera Coconut palm

Asparagaceae

  • Asparagus densiflorus Asparagus fern [3]

Asteraceae

  • Aster cordifolius ‘Wood’s Blue’
  • Aster cordifolius ‘Wood’s Purple’
  • Centaurea ‘Amethyst Dream’ Bachelor’s Buttons [2]
  • Coreopsis auriculata ‘Zamfir’ Tickseed
  • Gaillardia aestivalis v. flavovirens Prairie Gaillardias [2]
  • Gaillardia ‘Tokajer’
  • Gerbera jamesonii Gerbera daisy
  • Osteospermum ‘Orange Symphony’ African Daisy, Cape Daisy [2]
  • Osteospermum ‘Soprano Light Purple’ African Daisy [2]
  • Rudbeckia hirta ‘Moreno’ [3]

Begoniaceae

  • Begonia ‘Erythrophylla’ Beefsteak Begonia
  • Begonia ‘Bridal Veil’
  • Begonia ‘Maui Mist’ King Begonia
  • Begonia sp.
  • Begonia rex Rex begonia

Berberidaceae

  • Berberis thunbergii v. atropurpurea Rose glow barberry bush [2]
  • Nandina domestica Heavenly bamboo

Bignoniaceae

  • Campsis radicans Trumpet vine
  • Pyrostegia venusta Flame vine

Bromeliaceae

  • Aechmea sp.
  • Aechmea nudicalis
  • Ananas bracteatus Pineapple plant [2]
  • Neoregelia carolinae var. tricolor Blushing Bromeliad
  • Neoregelia ‘Fireball’
  • Neoregelia wilsonii
  • Tillandsia albida

Cactaceae

  • Epiphyllum anguliger
  • Epiphyllum NOID
  • Hatiora salicornioides
  • Opuntia sp.
  • Schlumbergera sp. Christmas cactus, Easter cactus, Holiday cactus [2]

Caesalpinioideae

  • Cercis reniformis Oklahoma redbud [2]

Cannaceae

  • Canna sp. Yellow canna [2]
  • Canna x. pfitzeriana ‘Futurity Rose’ Futurity Rose Canna

Celastraceae

  • Euonymous fortunei ‘Wolong Ghost’

Commelinaceae

  • Callisia repens Bolivian jew
  • Tradescantia pallida Purple heart wandering jew

Convolvulaceae

  • Ipomoea batatas Ornamental sweet potato vine ‘Blackie’
  • Ipomoea batatas ‘freckles’ Variegated sweet potato vine
  • Ipomoea lobata Spanish Flag
  • Ipomoea quamoclit Cypress vine [hundreds each year]

Cornaceae

  • Cornus sp. Dogwood shrub

Crassulaceae

  • Crassula ovata Jade plant
  • Kalanchoe sp.
  • Kalanchoe daigremontiana Mother of Thousands
  • Sempervivum sp. Hens and chicks

Crocoideae

  • Crocus sp. [8]

Cupressaceae

  • Juniperus procumbens Green mound juniper [4]

Davalliaceae

  • Davallia sp. Italian fern
  • Davallia canariensis Rabbit’s Foot Fern

Dilleniaceae

  • Dillenia suffriticosa

Dioscoreaceae

  • Tacca chantrieri Black Bat Plant

Elaeagnaceae

  • Elaeagnus sp. (pungens?) Silverthorn shrub

Ericaceae

  • Azalea x. Southern Indica ‘Formosa’ Formosa azalea
  • Erica carnea Pink mountain heather

Euphorbiaceae

  • Euphorbia aeruginosa
  • Euphorbia cotinifolia Caribbean Copper Plant
  • Euphorbia ‘Diamond Frost’ [3]
  • Euphorbia sp? (lactea or trigonum, maybe) African milk tree
  • Euphorbia longifolia ‘Excalibur’ Spurge
  • Euphorbia martinii ‘Tiny Tim’
  • Euphorbia milii Crown of Thorns
  • Euphorbia pulcherrima Poinsettia [5]
  • Pedilanthus tithymaloides
  • Synadenium grantii ‘rubra’

Fabaceae

  • Baptisia australis v. minor Blue False Indigo 
  • Lablab purpureus Purple hyacinth bean vine
  • Lupinus texensis Texas Bluebonnet
  • Trifolium incarnatum Crimson Clover

Gesneriaceae

  • Aeschynanthus longicaulis Lipstick plant ‘Black Pagoda’
  • Episcia reptans Flame Violet
  • Saintpaulia sp. African violet
  • Streptocarpus saxorum False African violet

Heliconiaceae

  • Heliconia sp. Lobster Claw, False Bird of Paradise 

Hemerocallidaceae

  • Hemerocallis ‘Mini Mauve’ Mauve daylily

Hyacinthaceae

  • Ledebouria socialis? Silver Squill
  • Scilla socialis ‘Violacea’ Silver squill
  • Ornithogalum longibracteatum Pregnant onion [5]

Iridaceae

  • Belamcanda chinensis Blackberry Lily
  • Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora
  • Dietes iridioides Fortnight Lily, Cape Iris 
  • Iris sp. Bearded iris [~20]
  • Iris foetidissima
  • Neomarica gracilis Apostle plant, Walking iris
  • Sisyrichium sp. Purple flowering Blue-Eyed Grass

Lamiaceae

  • Leonotis leonurus Lion’s Ears (Ethiopian!)

Laxmanniaceae

  • Cordyline australis Cabbage Palm ‘Pink Stripe’ [3]
  • Cordyline fruticosa ‘Maria’ Ti plant [3]

Liliaceae

  • Tulipa sp. [~200]

For now, I am not overly concerned with classifying my hundreds of tulip bulbs.  I don’t have anything out of the ordinary.  If I become a tulip fanatic in the future (not unlikely) I will probably put more work into classifying my bulbs from this genus.

Lomariopsidaceae

  • Bolbitis heudelotii Water Fern

Lythraceae

  • Lagerstroemia sp? Pink crape myrtle [3]

Magnoliaceae

  • Magnolia grandiflora Southern magnolia
  • Magnolia x soulangeana Saucer magnolia

Marantaceae

  • Calathea concinna
  • Calathea loesneri
  • Calathea louisae
  • Calathea musaica
  • Calathea lancifolia Rattlesnake plant
  • Calathea makoyana Peacock plant
  • Calathea roseopicta ‘Mia’
  • Calathea roseopicta ‘Saturn’
  • Ctenanthe burle-marxii [2]
  • Ctenanthe lubbersiana ‘Brazilian snow’
  • Ctenanthe setosa ‘Grey Star’
  • Maranta leuconeura Prayer plant
  • Maranta leuconeura (kerchoveana variegatus?)Variegated Prayer plant
  • Maranta leuconeura erythroneuro Red-veined Prayer plant
  • Stromanthe sanguinea ‘Triostar’

Melastomataceae

  • Medinilla sp.

Moraceae

  • Dorstenia elata
  • Ficus benjamina ‘mini lucie’
  • Ficus destruens
  • Ficus elastica ‘Burgundy’ Burgundy rubber plant
  • Ficus deltoidea
  • Ficus religiosa Bodhi Tree [2]
  • Ficus sp. Simple ficus tree [6]

Myrsinaceae

  • Cyclamen sp. White Cyclamen [2]

Nyctaginaceae

  • Bougainvillea glabra Paper flower

Nymphaeaceae

  • Nymphaea sp. Water lily, Lotus

Oleaceae

  • Olea europaea European Olive Tree

Onagraceae

  • Oenothera lindheimeri ‘Crimson Butterflies’ Crimson butterfly Gaura
  • Oenothera lindheimeri ‘Passionate Rainbow’ Passionate Rainbow Gaura

Orchidaceae

  • Aliceara ‘Pacific Heights’
  • Anacheilium abbreviata (=Encyclia abbreviata)
  • Anacheilium cochleata (=Encyclia cochleata)
  • Brassavola nodosa
  • Brassoepidendrum Femme Fatale ‘BJ’
  • Brassolaeliocattleya Golden Tang
  • Brassolaeliocattleya (Lc Time-Life x Blc Lisa Irene ‘Melinda’)
  • Bpl. Golden Peacock ‘Orange Beauty’
  • Bulbophyllum clandestinum ‘Elizabeth’
  • Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Ethiopian!)
  • Cattleya araguaiensis
  • Cattleya Joyce Hannington x Empress Bells ‘White Sands’
  • Cirrhopetalum cuminghii
  • Cirrhopetalum makoyanum
  • Cymbidium Araluen ‘Fantasy’
  • Cymbidium paniculatum
  • Cymbidium NOID
  • Cymbidium NOID
  • Cymbidium NOID
  • Dendrobium alexanderae (FWBG)
  • Dendrobium NOID (maroon from Calverts)
  • Dendrobium NOID (yellow from Butch)
  • Dendrobium NOID (from Keys)
  • Dendrobium NOID (yellow and purple from Keys)
  • Dendrobium NOID (white)
  • Dendrobium NOID (from OOS)
  • Dendrobium NOID (from OOS)
  • Dendrobium ‘Little Green Apples’
  • Dendrobium anceps
  • Dendrobium atroviolaceum
  • Dendrobium auriculatum
  • Dendrobium atroviolaceum
  • Dendrobium canaliculatum
  • Dendrobium discolor
  • Dendrobium faciferum
  • Dendrobium kingianum
  • Dendrobium lichenastrum v. prenticei
  • Dendrobium ‘Marie McFarlane’
  • Dendrobium ‘Micro Chip’
  • Dendrobium nobile
  • Dendrobium pachyphyllum
  • Dendrobium peguanum
  • Dendrobium ‘Rosy Pink’
  • Dendrobium stratiotes
  • Dendrobium ‘Sun Chuli’
  • Dendrobium victoria-reginae
  • Dendrochilum stenophyllum
  • Dockrillia cucumerina Cucumber Orchid
  • Dockrillia linguiforme
  • Dockrillia rigidum
  • Dockrillia wassellii
  • Encyclia abbreviata
  • Encyclia altissima
  • Encyclia cochleata x sibling
  • Encyclia cordigera
  • Encyclia cyperifolia
  • Encyclia dickinsoniana
  • Encyclia ‘Gay Rabbit’
  • Encyclia guatemalensis
  • Encyclia plicata
  • Encyclia polybulbon
  • Encyclia prismatocarpum
  • Encyclia profusa x fowliei
  • Encyclia randii
  • Encyclia tampensis
  • Epicattleya Rene Marques ‘Tyler’
  • Epidendrum ‘Mabel Kanda’
  • Epidendrum NOID (orange)
  • Eulophia petersii
  • Eulophia streptopetala
  • Hamelwellsara June ‘Indigo Sue’
  • Holcoglossum wangii
  • Leptotes bicolor [2]
  • Lockhartia oerstedii
  • Ludisia discolor Black Jewel orchid [3]
  • Macodes lowii Jewel orchid
  • Macodes petola Jewel orchid 
  • Masdevallia velifera x deformis
  • Maxillaria friedrichstahlii
  • Maxillaria tenuifolia Coconut scented orchid
  • Maxillaria variabilis
  • Miltassia shelob ‘Tolkien’
  • Miltassia Dark Star ‘Darth Vader’
  • Oeceoclades maculata [2]
  • Ornithocephalis iridifolius x Zygostatus alleniana
  • Panarica (Encyclia) brassavolae
  • Paphiopedilum NOID
  • Phaius tankervilliae Nun’s Orchid
  • Phalaenopsis stuartiana
  • Phalaenopsis NOID (striped)
  • Phalaenopsis NOID (harlequin)
  • Phalaenopsis NOID (purple)
  • Phalaenopsis NOID (peach)
  • Phalaenopsis NOID (OOS red leaf)
  • Phalaenopsis NOID (Miami yellow)
  • Phalaenopsis Sweet Jenny [2]
  • Phalaenopsis Ever SPring Fairy Snow Princess
  • Pleurothallis stricta
  • Polystachya paniculata (Ethiopian!)
  • Potinara Haw Yuan Glory
  • Ryncholaelia (Brassavola) glauca ‘Woltmon’
  • Sarcoglottis sceptrodes Jewel orchid 
  • Sedirea japonica
  • Spiranthes lacera var gracilis
  • Stanhopea occulata
  • Stanhopea spindleriana ‘Monster’
  • Stanhopea wardii
  • Tolumnia ‘Genting volcano’ (FWBG)
  • Vanda hybrid
  • Vandopsis parishii v. Mariottiana (FWBG)
  • Vanilla planifolia Vanilla bean orchid
  • Zygonisia Cynosure ‘Blue Birds’ (Hawaii)
  • Zygopetalum Advance ‘Australia’
  • Zygopetalum syd monkhouse

Orobanchaceae

  • Castilleja sp. (angustifolia?) Indian paintbrush

Oxalidaceae

  • Oxalis triangularis Purple oxalis (pink bloom)
  • Oxalis crassipes Green oxalis (pink bloom)

Papilionaceae

  • Phaseolus vulgaris Ying Yang Bean (beans to plant)

Passifloraceae

  • Passiflora ‘Lady Margaret’
  • Passiflora ‘Sunburst’
  • Passiflora x alatocaerulea ‘Pfordtii’ Hybrid Passionflower
  • Passiflora coriacea Batwing Passionflower
  • Passiflora edulis

Plantaginaceae

  • Nuttallanthus texanus purple Texas Toadflax

Platanaceae

  • Platanus sp. Sycamore

Polemoniaceae

  • Phlox subulata Pink Creeping Phlox
  • Phlox subulata Purple Creeping Phlox

Polypodiaceae

  • Microsorum pteropus Java fern [4]
  • Microsorum pteropus ‘Windelov’ Java fern ‘Windelov’ [4]
  • Platycerium sp. Staghorn fern

Portulacaceae

  • Portulacaria afra ‘Variegata’ Elephant bush, Small leaf Jade

Primulaceae

  • Lysimachia nummularia Moneywort

Pteridaceae

  • Adiantum capillus-veneris Maidenhair Fern (Hawaii)
  • Adiantum sp?

Ranunculaceae

  • Clematis sp.
  • Clematis sp.

Rosaceae

  • Chaenomeles speciosa Flowering quince bush
  • Miss Willmott Potentilla Potentilla nepalensis ‘Miss Willmott’
  • Prunus glandulosa Pink flowering almond bush
  • Prunus persica Flowering peach tree
  • Spiraea thunbergii Baby’s breath Spirea/White firecracker

Ruscaceae

  • Beaucarnea recurvata Ponytail palm [2]
  • Dracaena ‘Janet Craig’
  • Dracaena marginata [3]
  • Dracaena reflexa ‘Anita’ Pleomele, Anita Dracaena
  • Dracaena sanderiana
  • Dracaena ‘Spikes’ [2]
  • Dracaena deremensis ‘Warneckii’
  • Dracaena deremensis ‘Warneckii lemon’
  • Liriope muscari Monkey grass
  • Polygonatum odoratum Variegated Solomon’s Seal
  • Sansevieria cylindrica
  • Sansevieria trifasciata Mother-in-law tongue, Snake plant, Sansevieria ‘Moonshine’‘ [2]
  • Sansevieria sp. ‘Chahinian 549’
  • Sansevieria ? Dark green
  • Sansevieria ? Tall, dark green

Rutaceae

  • Citrus aurantifolia Key lime tree
  • Citrus ? Unknown citrus tree
  • Citrus x paradisi. Grapefruit tree [2]

Sapindaceae

  • Acer palmatum Japanese maple tree
  • Acer rubrum Red maple tree

Saururaceae

  • Houttuynia cordata Chameleon plant

Schrophulariaceae

  • Buddleja davidii Butterfly bush

Solanaceae

  • Brugmansia versicolor ‘Peaches and Cream’ Variegated Angel Trumpet
  • Datura metel Double Yellow Angel Trumpet
  • Datura wrightii Sacred Datura
  • Solandra maxima Golden Chalice Vine, Cup of Gold

Strelitziaceae

  • Strelitzia nicolai White Bird of Paradise

Urticaceae

  • Pellionia pulchra Satin Pellionia
  • Pellionia repens
  • Pilea cadierei minima Aluminum plant

Verbenaceae

  • Verbena canadensis Purple Verbena

Xanthorrhoeaceae

  • Aloe cameronii
  • Aloe ‘Lizard Lips’

Zamiaceae

  • Zamia furfuraceae
  • Zamia vazquezii

Zingiberaceae

  • Alpinia purpurata Red Ginger (Hawaii)
  • Alpinia ? Blue Ginger (Hawaii)
  • Alpinia zerumbet Shell ginger
  • Burbidgea scheizocheila Golden Brush, Golden Ginger (2010-11-28)
  • Hedychium coronarium White Ginger (Hawaii)
  • Hedychium flavescens Yellow Ginger (Hawaii)
  • Hedychium gardnerianum Kahili Ginger (Hawaii)

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3 thoughts on “The Plant List”

  1. Hello, I am interested in obtaining a rooted cutting of monstera deliciosa variegata. Do you sell them, or trade for them, or do you know where I can obtain a cutting?
    Thank you ,

    Deborah Ahonen
    Sarasota, FL

  2. Actually, if you research Dracaena Sanderiana, you’ll see that they simply survive in aquatic environments, yet will eventually rot if left submerged for extended periods of time. They should be repotted in dirt and then will live a happy, healthy life.

    I love your dracaena garden and have a mini one myself, thanks to your inspiration. 🙂

    Tyler S.
    Shoreview, MN

  3. My husband bought me a Philodendron Totem and i was trying to find information on this type of flower but cant find hardly any. I would like to know how to take care of it-how to take cuttings off of it and so forth.I was also looking for pictures of this type of plant but was not able to find any can you help me with my problem?

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