Other Aroids

* the size specifications refer to probable maximum values of the leaf size. They are not related to the sizes to be supplied. .

The family Araceae comprises approx. 130 genera with over 4000 species.  Their range covers almost the whole earth, but most species occur in the tropics. Our offer includes primarily the species of the South American tropics, but more and more plants from Asia and partly also from Africa are added. On these pages you will find a large, constantly changing selection of araceae, which are finding an ever-increasing number of enthusiasts because of their fantastically coloured, sometimes huge leaves.
The plants offered here have been propagated in the main nursery in Ecuador, and are now being cultivated here in the local nursery until they find their way into your home. We make sure that they are well rooted. Unfortunately, damage or stains in the foliage can occur during transport despite the best packaging, but these are not grounds for complaint. If you would like to avoid this, please visit us at the nursery and select your desired plant here on site.

Please note: as each plant is unique by nature, you will not get exactly the plant shown in the photos. We always try to publish 4 pictures per species:

1. The upper leaf side of a fully grown plant
2. The underside of the leaves of an adult plant
3. A picture of the habitus, so that you get an impression of the growth behaviour.
 4. A detailed picture of the leaf surface.

We send a vigorous, rooted plant that may not always resemble the pictures in growth height, appearance and volume.

PLEASE NOTE: Those of the Araceae are little and insufficiently studied in botany. Tom Croat (Missouri Botanic Garden) has found many new plants of these genera in recent years. These plants are to a large extent not yet validly described. Araceae change leaves and flower with age, leaf shape and colour is also very dependent on light and culture. How the plants behave when they are sown is also not yet clear. This complicates the exact identification and makes changes in the nomenclature necessary.
If you have received a plant that at first sight does not correspond exactly to the specifications, it is very likely that it is a young plant that has not yet developed its final form. If in doubt, please contact us with a picture, we will be happy to help you.

The abbreviation cf. is often found on this page. This abbreviation stands for the Latin "confer", translated "compare". This addition is used when the plant offered is not clearly distinguishable from the basic form/nominal form, but does show clear differences.

hort.: is also an abbreviation from botany and indicates that this species is not yet correctly described, but is in horticultural use. The origin from nature and the original location from nature should be known, however.

* the size specifications refer to probable maximum values of the leaf size. They are not related to the sizes to be supplied. . The family Araceae comprises approx. 130 genera with over... read more »
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Other Aroids

* the size specifications refer to probable maximum values of the leaf size. They are not related to the sizes to be supplied. .

The family Araceae comprises approx. 130 genera with over 4000 species.  Their range covers almost the whole earth, but most species occur in the tropics. Our offer includes primarily the species of the South American tropics, but more and more plants from Asia and partly also from Africa are added. On these pages you will find a large, constantly changing selection of araceae, which are finding an ever-increasing number of enthusiasts because of their fantastically coloured, sometimes huge leaves.
The plants offered here have been propagated in the main nursery in Ecuador, and are now being cultivated here in the local nursery until they find their way into your home. We make sure that they are well rooted. Unfortunately, damage or stains in the foliage can occur during transport despite the best packaging, but these are not grounds for complaint. If you would like to avoid this, please visit us at the nursery and select your desired plant here on site.

Please note: as each plant is unique by nature, you will not get exactly the plant shown in the photos. We always try to publish 4 pictures per species:

1. The upper leaf side of a fully grown plant
2. The underside of the leaves of an adult plant
3. A picture of the habitus, so that you get an impression of the growth behaviour.
 4. A detailed picture of the leaf surface.

We send a vigorous, rooted plant that may not always resemble the pictures in growth height, appearance and volume.

PLEASE NOTE: Those of the Araceae are little and insufficiently studied in botany. Tom Croat (Missouri Botanic Garden) has found many new plants of these genera in recent years. These plants are to a large extent not yet validly described. Araceae change leaves and flower with age, leaf shape and colour is also very dependent on light and culture. How the plants behave when they are sown is also not yet clear. This complicates the exact identification and makes changes in the nomenclature necessary.
If you have received a plant that at first sight does not correspond exactly to the specifications, it is very likely that it is a young plant that has not yet developed its final form. If in doubt, please contact us with a picture, we will be happy to help you.

The abbreviation cf. is often found on this page. This abbreviation stands for the Latin "confer", translated "compare". This addition is used when the plant offered is not clearly distinguishable from the basic form/nominal form, but does show clear differences.

hort.: is also an abbreviation from botany and indicates that this species is not yet correctly described, but is in horticultural use. The origin from nature and the original location from nature should be known, however.

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Monstera siltepecana
Monstera siltepecana

12cm pot. botanical species
maximum leaf size
ca. 35cm broad, 60cm high*

€29.90 *
Monstera siltepecana
Monstera siltepecana

12cm pot. botanical species
maximum leaf size
ca. 15cm broad, 30cm high*

€24.90 *
Monstera spruceana
Monstera spruceana

12cm pot. botanical species
maximum leaf size
ca. 40cm broad, 70cm high*

€51.00 *
Monstera subpinnata
Monstera subpinnata

12cm pot. botanical species
maximum leaf size
ca. 30cm broad, 40cm high*

SPECIAL OFFER
€35.00 *
Ulearum donburnsii 'Crown'
Ulearum donburnsii 'Crown'

9cm pot. botanical species
maximum leaf size
ca. 10cm broad, 20cm high*

€50.00 *
Ulearum donburnsii 'Green Zafire'
Ulearum donburnsii 'Green Zafire'

9cm pot. botanical species
maximum leaf size
ca. 10cm broad, 20cm high*

€50.00 *