Petrocosmeas

'Asa Blue' - $8.99

Sibling to Imperial Butterflies, selected due to floriferousness, blooms heavily and young. Same cross (nervosa x flaccida). Can get large.

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barbata 'Keystone' - $8.99

Mutation of standard barbata (above). Large, pure white flowers, lobes more pointed, and with a big deep yellow spot in the throat. Larger plant than typical barbata.

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begoniifolia - $8.99

Quilted and shiny leaves are dark green with a discriminating hair pattern.

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cavaleriei - $8.99

Deep velvety green leaves, silver undersides. Flowers blue lobes, white throat. Stays compact. (A newly collected species from China.)

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'Chidori' - $8.99

Cute litte hybrid with tiny, soft, pebbled, leaves.  Blooms are periwinkle blue with white throat, very tiny upper lobes, larger lower lobes.

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sp. 'China 2005' - $9.99

LOTS of deep blue flowers, white throat...very floriferous. A species imported in 2005 from China...closely related to P. cryptica (formerly rosettifolia)

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cryptica - $8.99

(formerly listed here as rosettifolia)

Shiny, ovate, forest green leaves with lighter veining and distinctive hair. The sweet little white flowers, sport five lower lobes and a short upper throat. One of our most popular varieties!

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flaccida - $8.99

Dark violet blooms, waver above medium green foliage, that's just hairy enough to give this variety a distinguished silvery look.

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'Fluffer Nutter' - $8.99

Cute little variety with perfectly growing, soft, fuzzy leaves. Does not bloom easily, but the foliage is very nice.

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formosa - $8.99

Velvety green leaves, white pansy shaped blooms with yellow upper throats, and occasional hints of wisteria blue on lower petals.

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forrestii - $8.99

Velvety and hairy, medium green foliage, forms a perfect rosette. Pale lavender blossoms have yellow on the throat, that is framed in white.

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sp.'HT-2' - $9.99

Medium green, round foliage, forms a perfect rosette. Lavender-blue blooms.

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'Imperial Butterflies' - $8.99

Heavy ruffled lobes, deep purple flowers with double or triple the number of lobes in a typical Pet flower. Foliage heavy substance, silvery leaves. A remake of the cross from which 'Momo' resulted (nevosa x flaccida).

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kerrii - $8.99

Cordate, quilted leaves are velvety green, and attractively covered with white hairs. Flowers with dainty upper petals are creamy yellow and lower petals are white.

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'Keystone's Bantam' - $9.99

The first dwarf or mini Petrocosmea hybrid...same cross as 'Rosemary Platz' but this one has huge, pure white flowers...larger than the leaves. Mature rosettes usually under 3" in diameter. Yellow veining in center of deep green leaves with good light.

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'Keystone's Belmont' - $8.99

Dark purple flowers with a white halo in the center of the flower and extra purple petals in the center...a semidouble flower. (A cross between the hybrid 'Asa Blue' x begoniifolia.)

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'Keystone's Bluejay' - $8.99

Large deep green round leaves with silvery "curly Q" configuration in the center of the rosette. Large blue flowers with dark purple blotch. Flowers have six or seven lobes as opposed to typical five lobes. (P. sericea x minor veined leaf form)

Won First place "New hybrids" and "Second Best Plant in Show" at recent AV and Gesneriad Society of Western NY show - March 2010.

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'Keystone's Brilliance' - $8.99

Flat begoniifolia type leaves of bright glossy green with purple margins to the leaves. Flowers look like bright blue begoniifolia flowers with yellow and white in the throat. (A cross between the hybrid 'Asa Blue' x begoniifolia.)

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'Keystone's Little Rascal' - $9.99

Small forrestii type foliage with lots of flowers that look like miniature duclouxii flowers...light silvery lavendar with a dark purple blotch in the center...usually six to seven lobes per flower. Flowers heavily! (A second miniature from a cross between forrestii x duclouxii (floribunda))

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'Keystone's Slippery Rock' - $8.99

Description pending.

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menglianensis - $8.99

Glossy, pointed, very pebbly and tiny leaves that form a perfect rosette. Tiny, pale lilac blooms.

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minor - $8.99

Shiny, bright green, quilted leaves, shape perfectly beneath the cute, wild violet blooms. A must have for your collection!

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parryorum - $8.99

Medium green, orbicular leaves, grow larger than many varieties. The orchid to blue-violet blossoms have a white throat.

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'Keystone's Paul Kroll' - $9.99

Medium green leaves. Lavender flowers with prominent white centers. Grows and shapes nicely!

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'Rosemary Platz' - $9.99

Large, silvery lavendar flowers, yellow and white throat. Leaves are a glossy deep green, with lighter veining. (A cross between P. cryptica (formerly rosettifolia) x sericea.)

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'Short'nin' Bread' - $8.99

Medium green leaves covered with silver hairs give the foliage a soft, fuzzy look. Forms a perfect rosette. Lavender flowers.

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species 'No. 5' - $8.99

Glossy, thick leaves similar to 'minor' except with deep veining. Flower stems are quite fuzzy with silver hairs. Flower color is purple & white with a dark purple spot in the throat.

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'Yuki No Sei' - $8.99

Description pending.

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sp. 'Yumebutai' - $8.99

A collected species from China, that came to an attendant at the Yumebutai Garden Center in Japan...hence the name. Large rosettifolia type leaves with lots of deep purple flowers. Flowers heavily when mature.

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