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This form of Amorphophallus bulbifer has intense stem markings and more pink in the spathes than the species.
Amorphophallus bulbifer is an unusual member of the arum family with intriguing pink and cream spathes and beautiful stems and foliage.
Amorphophallus nepalense has amazing yellow-green spathes, mottled stems and cool foliage.
A weird and wonderful plant from the Arum family, Amorphophallus paeoniifolius, is one of the most dramatic of the genus with a burgundy spathe, a creamy-white central spadix.
Amorphophallus 'Konjac' forms an incredible red inflorescence with unmistakable "aroma" followed by gorgeous stems and foliage.
An unusual fern with fertile fronds resembling flower spikes.
Anigozanthos 'Bush Gold' has tubular golden flowers that look like kangaroo's paws and bloom for months.
Tubular golden flowers that look like kangaroo's paws and bloom for months.
Anigozanthos 'Bush Ranger' has tubular red and green flowers that look like kangaroo's paws and bloom for months.
Anigozanthos 'Bush Tango' has tubular orange, apricot and red flowers that look like kangaroo's paws and bloom for months.
Tubular pink flowers that look like kangaroo's paws and bloom for months.
The monkey puzzle tree (Araucaria araucana) is a special tree for coastal BC related to the Norfolk Island pine.
Arbutus 'Marina' is a hybrid that resembles our native A. menziesii but is easier to grow in a garden situation.
Arisaema consanguineum is one of the most dramatic and stately of the the cobra lilies reaching 4-5 feet!
'The Perfect Wave' is an Arisaema consanguineum with dramatic blue and silver umbrellas of undulating leaves.
Arisaema galeatum has burgundy-red spathes grading into green at the top with white stripes. Dramatic foliage.
Arisaema griffithii is a cobra lily with big, bold, deep burgundy spathes and green markings.
Arisaema intermedium has green spathes with white striping.
Arisaema jacquemontii forms green spathes with white stripes growing 3-4 feet tall often with reddish stems.
Arisaema speciosum has huge, tropical-like foliage and big burgundy spathes on a bold cobra lily.
Variety magnificum is like normal Arisaema speciosum except bigger in all respects.
Arisaema taiwanense 'Silver Form' has propeller-like leaves with a silver sheen. Very choice.
Arisaema ternatipartitum is a cute little colony-forming cobra lily with three-part leaves and shiny, brown spathes.