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Medinilla myriantha Ballerina


Here I am offering Seeds from Medinilla myiantha Ballerina. This is an elegant cultivar of Medinilla myiantha. This would be a seed for the rare plant collection. This particular cultivar is not well known or documented. UDSA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11

Medinilla myriantha Ballerina

Medinilla myriantha Ballerina

Medinilla myriantha Ballerina

Medinilla myriantha Ballerina
Medinilla myriantha Ballerina

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Here I am offering Seeds from Medinilla myiantha Ballerina. This is a tropical epiphyte shrub with woody branched stems. An epiphyte grows on another tree for support but does not draw any nutrition from the tree like a parasite would. A epiphyte can live off of nutrients that it takes directly from the air and rain. Many epiphytes are house plants because of their minimal requirements for soil and water. It is an elegant cultivar of Medinilla myiantha. This would be a seed for the rare plant collector. This particular cultivar is not well known or documented. UDSA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11








Medinilla speciosa | Showy Asian Grapes


Here I am offering Seeds from Medinilla speciosa, also known as Showy Asian Grapes. This is a tropical shrub with woody branched stems. This plant only requires light shade and it cannot be outdoors during the Winter in most places and that is why it makes a spectacular house plant. Happy inside and not requiring direct sunlight make this a real show stopper in the house. In some areas this plant is considered a protected species. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11

Medinilla speciosa Showy Asian Grapes

Medinilla speciosa Showy Asian Grapes

Medinilla speciosa Showy Asian Grapes

Medinilla speciosa Showy Asian Grapes
Medinilla speciosa | Showy Asian Grapes

6 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Medinilla speciosa, also known as Showy Asian Grapes. This is a tropical epiphyte shrub with woody branched stems. An epiphyte grows on another tree for support but does not draw any nutrition from the tree like a parasite would. A epiphyte can live off of nutrients that it takes directly from the air and rain. Many epiphytes are house plants because of their minimal requirements for soil and water. This plant only requires light shade and it cannot be outdoors during the Winter in most places and that is why it makes a spectacular house plant. Happy inside and not requiring direct sunlight make this a real show stopper in the house. In some areas this plant is considered a protected species. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11