More new plant arriving this week at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Aloe ‘Hercules’

New plants arriving this week at Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

  • Aechmea recurvata (10″ pots) A bromeliad that grows 1 – 2′ tall and wide with many rosettes of green leaves that turn red when in flower in spring/summer.  Grow in bright light. Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.

Aechmea recurvata

  • Aloe ‘Hercules’ (10 gallon pot) A hybrid tree Aloe (Aloe barberae x A. dichotoma) that can grow to 30 – 40′ tall.  Plant in full sun in well drained soil.  Hardy to 20 – 30 F.

Aloe ‘Hercules’

  • Billbergia ‘Midnight’ (8″ pots) A large bromeliad to 3′ tall with very dark leaves.  Grow in bright light.  Not sure about hardiness on this variety.

Billbergia ‘Midnight’

  • Cereus peruvianus (syn. Cereus repandus) (3 gallon pots) Apple Cactus – A large cactus with irregular cylindrical blue-green stems to 4 – 8″ in diameter.  Can reach about 15′ tall.  White/cream colored flowers bloom at night for only one day.  Edible red fruits.  Plant in full sun in well draining soil.  Water only when dry.  Hardy to about 20 F.

Cereus peruvianus monstrosus

  • Dioon spinulosum (3 gallon pots) Cycad – One of the tallest cycads in the world, but in our gardens they can reach about 10 – 12′  tall and 6.5′ wide (leaf spread).  Best grown in part shade with regular water.  Hardy to about 25 F.

Dioon spinulosum

  • Euphorbia coerulescens (2 gallon pots) – A bluish-grey columnar cactus with 2″ spines to about 5′ tall and spreading underground. Yellow flowers (cyathia) occur near the ends of the branches.  Plant in full sun in well draining soil.  Only water when dry.  Hardy to about 25 F.  Be very cautious when handling and avoid the milky white sap when the plants are cut or damaged.  Can cause irritation to skin and eyes.

Euphorbia coerulescens

  • Hechtia rosea (8″ pots) Red Leaved Hechtia – A succulent forming clusters of rosettes to about 2 – 3′ tall and 3 – 4′ wide.  Red leaves to about 18″ long have very sharp teeth so handle with care.  Plant in full sun in well drained soil.  Very little water required after plants are established.  Hardy to about 25 F.

Hechtia rosea

  • Hohenbergia ‘Blushing Tiger’ (10″ pots) Bromeliad.

Hohenbergia ‘Blushing Tiger’

Hohenbergia ‘Blushing Tiger’

  • Monstera deliciosa (3 gallon pots) Swiss Cheese Vine – Large vine with large green leaves (2′ wide by 3′ long) that will need a support stake to grow on.  Best in bright light indoors or cool sun to part shade outdoors in mild climates.  Water regularly.  Hardy to 28 – 30 F.

Monstera deliciosa

  • Rhapis excelsa (5 gallon pots) Lady Palm – Palm to 10 – 12′ tall.  Grow in light shade to part sun and give regular watering.  Hardy to 20 F.

Rhapis excelsa

  • Vriesea fosteriana hybrid (8″ pots) A bromeliad to about 12″.  Plant in bright light in bromeliad medium and keeps the cups full of water at all times.  Hardy to about 30 F.

Vriesea fosteriana hybrid

Vriesea fosteriana hybrid

  • Xerosicyos danguyi (one gallon pots) Penny Plant – An evergreen succulent vine to 10 – 15′ long.  Small dioecious chartreuse flowers in late winter/early spring.  Grow in full to part sun or bright light as a house plant.  Low water needs once established, but looks best with occasional watering.  Hardy to  about 25 F.

Xerosicyos danguyi

  • Yucca linearifolia (10 gallon pots) Linear-Leaf Yucca – A slow growing Yucca with 2 – 3′ blue-green leaves on top of a thick trunk that will very slowly reach up to 4′ tall.  So nice to have a few larger specimens in stock.  Plant in full sun in well draining soil.  Low water needs once established.  Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.

Yucca linearifolia

More new plants today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Schefflera pueckleri variegata

New plants that arrived today include:

  • Abrometiella brevifolia (Deuterocohnia brevifolia) – Small bromeliad 1 -2″, slowly forming mats of mounding growth.  Hardy to 20 F, but does not like wet leaves in winter.
  • Adromischus c. Pillow Feet – Succulent prefers Bright light and no frost.  Keep dry in winter.
  • Aechmea recurvata – Bromeliad with dark green leaves  (1 – 2′) and a beautiful red inflorescence.  Hardy to 20 F.  Can be grown outside here in Sebastopol.
  • Alcantarea imperialis (Vriesea imperialis) – Large Bromeliad with leaves 6″ wide and up to 5′ long.  Mature plants bloom with inflorescence 6′ tall.  Hardy only to 30 – 35 F.
  • Aloe ‘Hercules’ – Specimen hybrid tree Aloe growing to 25+ feet with salmon colored flowers.
  • Aloe petricola – Stone Aloe – Growing 1 – 2′ tall and 2 – 3′ wide with yellow and orange flowers in winter.  Hardy to about 25 F.
  •  Aloe speciosa – Tilt-head Aloe – Tall single stem Aloe to 10′ with a large rosette of leaves that are held tilted to one side.  Flowers are green and white in Fall to winter.
  • Arenga englerii – Dwarf Sugar Palm – Suckering Palm tree to 8 – 12′ tall.  Prefers part shade inland. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Beaucarnea recurvata – Ponytail Palm – Not a true palm – more closely related to Nolina. Provide protection when temperatures are expected to drop into the high 20’s F.  Grows to 10′ + outdoors, usually 4’+ indoors in a pot in very bright light.
  • Cereus peruvianus – Apple Cactus – Grows to 10 -12’+ with night blooming white flowers.  Hardy to 20 -25 F
  • Dyckia ‘Brittle Star’ – Grows about 1 foot tall and wide with orange flowers. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Dyckia ‘Grand Marnier‘ – Grows less than one foot tall and wide. Grows in cool sun to light shade.  Protect from frost in winter.
  • Euphorbia coerulescens – Columnar cactus growing to 4 – 6′.  Hardy to  about 25 F.  Warning: The milky sap in Euphorbias can be irritating tp people and pets.  Do not touch face or eyes if exposed to the sap.
  • Pachypodium lamerei – Madagascar Palm – to 6′ as indoor plant, larger in frost free areas outside.  Needs protection from frost.
  • Schefflera pueckleri variegate (Tupidanthus calyptratus) – Beautiful leaves splashed with creamy yellow.  Can grow up to 20′ outside, but not very hardy and would need winter protection from frost.
  • Vriesea sanguinolenta – Large Bromeliad to 6′ with deep burgundy leaves.  Protect from freezing and grows in part sun to part shade.
  • Xerosicyos danguyi – Penny Vine to 10′.

Dyckia ‘Grand Marnier’

Euphorbia coerulescens

Aloe ‘Hercules’

Dyckia ‘Brittlestar’

Cereus peruvianus

New plants this week at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Leucadendron Little Bit

Happy almost Spring.  New plants this week at Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

  • Adiantum hispidulum – Rough Maidenhair Fern
  • Alcantarea imperialis (Vriesea imperialis)  Very large Bromeliad – up to 5′ after many years.
  • Aloe ‘White Fox’ – Small green and white Aloe – 3 – 6″ tall and wide.
  • Blechnum brasiliense ‘Volcano’ – Dwarf Brazilian Tree Fern – Good choice for smaller gardens as the trunk only reaches about  one foot.
  • Cordyline ‘Electric Flash’  – Clump forming Cordyine with chocolate and cream foliage to about 4′.
  • Dianella ‘Clarity Blue’ – Flax Lily – Blue foliage to 2 – 3′ tall.  Part shade to full sun on the coast.  Blue flowers.
  • Dianella ensifolia Variegata – Flax Lily -Variegated foliage to 2 – 3′.  Part shade to full sun on the coast.  Blue flowers and berries.
  • Dicksonia Antarctica – Tasmanian Tree Fern to 12 – 16′ tall.
  • Echeveria Mahogany Hybrids – Green-bronze foliage with 6″ wide rosettes.
  • Leucadendron ‘Little Bit’ – Smaller size Leucadendron to 2 – 3′ with creamy white and orange flower bracts.
  • Leucadendron s. ‘Strawberry Blonde’ – New variety for me with Ivory and Pink flowers to 3 – 4′ (?).
  • Manfreda u. ‘Chocolate Chips’ – Wavy, thin leaves spotted with chocolate colored spots.  To 1′ tall and 2’+ wide.
  • Parthenocissus henryana – Deciduous vine to 15’+. Nice Fall color.
  • Pelargonium g. ‘Colocho’ – Little scented geranium (rose scented ?) with twisted leaves.
  • Protea cynaroides – King Protea tp 3 – 5′ with huge pink flowers.
  • Ribes x gordonianum – A hybrid flowering current with red and yellow flowers in early spring. Deciduous shrub to 6′ tall and 8′ wide.
  • Woodwardia fimbriate – CA native Giant Tree Fern to 4- 6 tall and wide.

Echeveria Mahogany Hybrids

Leucadendron Strawberry Blonde

Dianella Clarity Blue

Blechnum brasiliense Volcano

Blooming Bromeliads at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Blooming Bromeliads at Peacock Horticultural Nursery.

Aechmea gamosepala

Aechmea covata

Aechmea recurvata Red Form

Aechmea recurvata ‘Aztec Queen’

Sarracenias (Pitcher Plants) are in bloom at Peacock Horticultural Nursery and a few other photos from this evening.

Sarracenias (Pitcher Plants) are in bloom at Peacock Horticultural Nursery and a few other photos from this evening:

Sarracenia leucophylla ‘Tarnok’

Vriesea sp.

Acer pseudoplantanus ‘Esk Sunset’

Sarracenia x ‘Abandoned Hope’

Sarracenia x ‘Hank’

Sarracenia flauva

New shipment of Tillandsias (Air Plants/bromeliads) arriving today @ Peacock Horticultural Nursery!

New Tillandsias (Air Plants/bromeliads) arriving today.  All of these new plants will be in bud.

  • Tillandsia aeranthos Purple Giant
  • Tillandsia aeranthos Purple Leather
  • Tillandsia bradeana x Roland-Gosselinii
  • Tillandsia bulbosa
  • Tillandsia butzii x seleriana
  • Tillandsia capitata Rubra
  • Tillandsia cereicola
  • Tillandisa comarapaensis
  • Tillandsia concolor x Rodrigueziana
  • Tillandsia excerta x fasciculata
  • Tillandsia excerta x velutina
  • Tillandsia fasciculata Golden Torch
  • Tillandsia fasciculata x ionantha
  • Tillandsia latifolia
  • Tillandsia paucifolia Red Hybrid
  • Tillandsia stricta v. Maharja
  • Tillandsia xerographica x concolor

Tillandsia velutina

Tillandsia bulbosa

Tillandsia xerographica x concolor

Tillandsia fasciculata x ionantha

Tillandsia exserta x fasciculata

Tillandsia capitata Rubra

Tillandsia aeranthos Purple Leather

New Tillandsias (Air Plants) @ Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Tillandsia capitata Red

Tillandsia capitata Red

New Tillandsias (Air Plants/Bromeliads) @ Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

  • Tillandsia brachycaulos x concolor
  • Tillandsia capitata Dominican Republic
  • Tallandsia capitata Red
  • Tillandsia capitata Yellow
  • Tillandsia chiapensis
  • Tillandsia duratii
  • Tillandsia juncea hybrid
  • Tillandsia lautneri
  • Tillandsia neglecta
Tillandsia duratii

Tillandsia duratii

Tillandsia capitata Yellow

Tillandsia capitata Yellow

Tillandsia grandis

Tillandsia grandis

Frogs like Tillandsias too!

Frogs like Tillandsias too!