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Pencil cactus Thornless

Pencil Tree Euphorbia tirucalli, they can reach 8 feet tall are quite easy to grow if placed in direct sunshine or  bright indirect light. When your plant becomes to tall, cut it back to the desired height. Wear gloves and a long sleeve shirt when pruning Pencil Cactus. Pencil cactus is not a true cactus but a member of the Euphorbia family from tropical parts of Africa and India. Tiny leaves appear at the ends of new branches when new growth occurs, but they quickly fall.Native to Central Africa This thorn-less succulent thrives in full sun. Treat as you would any houseplant. -Feel free to browse my flower photo gallery online
Pencil cactus Thornless

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Here I am offering a 2 Quart Plants of Pencil Tree Euphorbia tirucalli for the price of 1. They can reach 8 feet tall and are quite easy to grow if placed in direct sunshine or very bright indirect light. When your plant becomes to tall, cut it back to the desired height. Wear gloves and a long sleeve shirt when pruning Pencil Cactus. Pencil cactus is not a true cactus but a member of the Euphorbia family from tropical parts of Africa and India. Tiny leaves appear at the ends of new branches when new growth occurs, but they quickly fall. Native to Central Africa This thornless succulent thrives in full sun. Treat as you would any houseplant.



Pepper Black Pearl

Starter plant of this  unusual plant that is part of the ornamental pepper family, although I have never eaten it but is said to be  hot. This is a real show stopper, especially in the late spring if you can keep them growing through the winter.  Gleaming black 1 inch peppers on  dark variegated leaves. Grows to about 2 feet tall and spreads about 12 inches.
Pepper Black Pearl

Only One Available

Starter plant of this very unusual plant that is part of the ornamental pepper family, although I have never eaten it but is said to be very hot. This is a real show stopper, especially in the late spring if you can keep them growing through the winter. Gleaming black 1 inch peppers on very dark variegated leaves. Grows to about 2 feet tall and spreads about 12 inches.



Peppermint Mentha ? piperita, M. balsamea Willd Plant

Starter plant of this  unusual plant that is part of the ornamental pepper family, although I have never eaten it but is said to be  hot. This is a real show stopper, especially in the late spring if you can keep them growing through the winter.  Gleaming black 1 inch peppers on  dark variegated leaves. Grows to about 2 feet tall and spreads about 12 inches. Starter plant of this  unusual plant that is part of the ornamental pepper family, although I have never eaten it but is said to be  hot. This is a real show stopper, especially in the late spring if you can keep them growing through the winter.  Gleaming black 1 inch peppers on  dark variegated leaves. Grows to about 2 feet tall and spreads about 12 inches.
Peppermint Mentha ? piperita, M. balsamea Willd Plant

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A starter plant A beautiful variegated peppermint with bright green leaves that are mottled with cream; violet flowers rise above in a mid summer show of color; great container plant and it is suggested that planting within a pot in the ground will curtail invasiveness. Variegated Peppermint features bold spikes of violet flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. It's attractive fragrant pointy leaves remain green in color with showy creamy white variegation throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. Zones 4-11.



Persicaria microcephala Red Dragon

Starter plant Persicaria microcephala Red Dragon. This perennial is grown for it is beautiful variegated pink/red/green/white foliage
Persicaria microcephala Red Dragon

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Starter plant Persicaria microcephala Red Dragon. This perennial is grown for its variegated pinked/green/white foliage. Grow in full or part sun with average watering needs. Growing 12 to 24 inches tall and is hardy in zones 6 to 9.



Physalis edulis | Cape Gooseberry

Starter Plant of physalis edulis or cape gooseberry. These, native to warm temperate and subtropical regions, herbaceous plants produce delicious hard to find super sweet fruits which are a relative of and similar to the common tomato. The Cape gooseberry is a useful small crop for the home garden. The fruit is expensive to purchase as it is labor intensive in commercial gardens. Very easy to grow from seed, similar to tomatoes, it is not cold-hardy at 26F, though it can overwinter outdoors in mild areas or when grown in warm positions such as against a sunny wall, where some will tolerate temperatures down to about 14F. Developing a straw colored husk much larger than the fruit which take 70 to 80 days to mature. As the fruits ripen, they begin to drop to the ground, but will continue to mature and change from green to the golden yellow of the mature fruit. Self pollinated but pollination is enhanced by a gentle shaking of the flowering stems or giving the plants a light spraying with water.
Physalis edulis | Cape Gooseberry

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Starter Plant of Phyllanthus Embelica Indian Gooseberry. Amla is known as amritphala in Sanskrit, which literally means the fruit of heaven or nectar fruit. The tree is small to medium in size, reaching 3 to 1 feet in height.The fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, quite smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows.Ripening in autumn, the berries are harvested by hand after climbing to upper branches bearing the fruits. The taste of Indian gooseberry is sour, bitter and astringent, and it is quite fibrous. In India, it is common to eat gooseberries steeped in salt water and turmeric to make the sour fruits palatable. Experimental preparations of leaves, bark or fruit have shown potential efficacy against laboratory models of disease, such as for inflammation, cancer, age related renal disease, and diabetes. Hardy in zones 8 to 11.



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