More new plants arriving Friday at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Haworthia limifolia

More new plants arriving Friday at Peacock Horticultural Nursery including:

  • Asplenium x ebenoides (4″ pots) Dragontail Fern – (A. platyneuron x A. rhizophyllum) – An evergreen fern to 4 – 12″ with variable fronds with assorted shaped and sized lobes. For part shade and very hardy.

Asplenium ebenoides

  • Athyrium felix-femina ‘Frizelliae’ (4″ pots) Tatting Fern – Deciduous fern to about 12″ tall with very narrow fronds (1″) and ball-like pinnae attached to the midrib like a string of beads.  Plant in part shade to full shade.

Athyrium felix-femina ‘Frizelliae’

  • Banksia ericifolia Compact Form (one gallon pots) Heath Leaved Banksia – Shrub to 4 – 6′ tall and 6 – 8′ wide with 10″ orange-red bottlebrush-like flowers from fall to spring.  Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.

Banksia ericifolia Compact Form

  • Berberis thunbergii ‘Orange Rocket’ (one gallon pots) Japanese Barberry – Great foliage plant for your garden because of it coral to ruby red color in full sun.  Deciduous shrub to 4 – 5′ tall and 2 – 3′ wide. Hardy to -20 F

Berberis ‘Orange Rocket’

  • Cordyline ‘Design-A-line-Burgundy’ (one gallon pots) A clump forming Cordyline to 3 tall and wide with burgundy weeping foliage.  Plant in full sun near the coast to part shade inland.  Hardy to 15 – 20 F.
  • Cyperus papyrus (one gallon pots) Papyrus – A clumping aquatic plant to 10 – 15′ tall.  Plant in up to 12″ of water or in moist soil.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Cyperus papyrus ‘Little Tut’ (one gallon pots) Dwarf Papyrus – A dwarf clumping plant to 4 – 6′ tall.

Cyperus papyrus ‘Little Tut’

  • Haworthia herbacea (4″ pots) – Small clustering succulent to about 3″ with margins covered with white spines.  Best in bright shade, but can take part sun.  Soil should be moist in summer and only water when completely dry in winter.  Protect from frost in winter.
  • Haworthia limifolia (4″ pots) – File leafed Haworthia – Small clustering succulent to about 4 – 5″ with raised ridges on leaf that resemble a course file. Best in bright shade, but can take part sun. Soil should be moist in summer and only water when completely dry in winter. Protect from frost in winter.

Haworthia limifolia

  • Leucadendron discolor ‘Pom Pom’ (one gallon pots) – Shrub to 7′ tall and 5′ wide with bright red pollen cones surrounded by white bracts.  Plant in full sun in well draining soil.  Mulch. Hardy to about 20 F.

Leucadendron discolor ‘Pom Pom’

  • Mahonia eurybractea ‘Soft Caress’ (one gallon pots) A 3′ tall and wide evergreen shrub with yellow flowers from fall to spring.  Plant in part shade.  Hardy to 5 F and low water needs once established.
  • Mahonia gracilipes (5 gallon pots) – A shrub to 4 – 5′ tall with a waxy white underleaf and pink orange flowers in late fall followed by fruit.  Plant in part sun to bright shade.  Average to moist water needs.
  • Origanum Kirgami (Quart pots) Ornamental Oregano – A trailing non-culinary oregano with attractive purple flower bracts to 10″ tall and 14′ wide.

Origanum Kirigami

  • Polystichum setiferum Divisilobium Group (4″ pots) – Soft Shield Fern – An evergreen fern to 1- 3′ for part shade to shade and average to moist watering.

Polystichum setiferum Divisilobium Group

  • Pteris cretica Wimsettii (4″ pots) Cretan Brake Fern – Evergreen fern to 1 – 2′.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.

Pteris cretica ‘Wimsettii’

  • Russellia x ‘St Elmo’s Fire’ (Quart pots) – Coral Fountain or Firecracker Plant to 4 – 6′ tall and 6 – 8′ wide for full to part sun.  Red 1.5″ flowers from spring till fall much loved by hummingbirds. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.

Russelia equisetiformis

More new plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery – Palms, Tree Ferns, more Aloes!, and a few other plants.

More new plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery – Palms, Tree Ferns, more Aloes!, and a few other plants:

  • Aloe ‘Blue Elf’ – Growing to 18″ tall x 2′ wide with gray-blue leaves and orange flowers blooming in winter/spring. Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Aloe ciliaris ‘Firewall’ – Groundcover Aloe – Growing to 2′ tall by 10′ wide or more over time with scarlet-red flowers blooming year-round. Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.
  • Aloe arborescens x ferox ‘Tangerine’ – A large Aloe to 6 – 8′ with orange flowers in winter.  Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.
  • Aloe maculate hybrid
  • Beccariophoenix alfredii – High Plateau Coconut Palm – This palm originating from Madagascar looks like a coconut palm but produces no coconuts and is hardy to mid 20’s F.
  • Cordyline ‘Design-a-Line Burgundy’ – A clump forming Cordyline to about 3′ tall and wide with weeping burgundy leaves.  Hardy to about 20 F.  Grows best here in Sebastopol in part sun with regular watering.
  • Cyathea cooperi – Australian Tree Fern to 15 – 20′ tall.  Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Dicksonia Antarctica – Tasmanian Tree Fern growing slowly to 15′.  Grows slower and shorter than the Australian Tree Fern (Cyathea cooperi).  Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Dypsis baronii hybrid red petiole – A Sugar Cane Palm – A clustering Palm tree originating from Madagascar to 15 – 20′.  Hardy to about 28 F.
  • Leucadendron ‘Safari Goldstrike’ – Yellow Conebush – Like a  yellow flowering version of L. ‘Safari Sunset’ to 6′.  Hardy to around 20 – 25 F.
  • Phoenix roebelenii – Pygmy Date Palm – A slow growing Palm to 10′.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Trachycarpus takii  – Kumaon Palm – Very hardy slow growing Palm to 20′ originating from India.  Hardy to about 20 F.