Epiphytes (non orchids)

£ 5.00(5.69 €)

Asplenium antiquum is a species from the birds nest fern group and is found in Japan, China and Korea. In the wild this species is found growing in forests as an epiphyte or lithophyte. The leaves measure up to 60cm and has a prominent mid-rib.

£ 11.00(12.51 €)

Begonia carolineifolia is a species found in central America. In the wild this species is found growing in forests as an epiphyte or lithophyte at elevations below 1,000 metres. The plant grows upwards on a rhizome or 'trunk' and can reach heights of 60cm. The plant produces pretty pink flowers with yellow centres.

£ 18.50(21.05 €)

Columnea ericaeis a species found in Peru, Columbia and Ecuador. In the wild the plant inhabits lowland mossyforests as an epiphyte at elevations between 100 and 1,000 metres. Plants grow rapidly from branches/stemswhen grown in the right conditions. Its leaves are attractive with their red markings and the flowers are long because they are pollinated by hummingbirds in their habitat.

£ 19.00(21.62 €)

Columnea ornatais a species found in Costa Rica. In the wild the plant inhabits mountainousmossyforests as an epiphyte. Plants grow rapidly from branches/stemswhen grown in the right conditions. Its leaves are attractive with their red markings on their undersides and the red flowers are long because they are pollinated by hummingbirds in their habitat.


£ 25.00(28.44 €)

Elaphoglossum crinitum is a species epiphytic fern from Central America and the Carribean. In the wild this species inhabits wet rainforests. The plant is slow growing and bears large hairy leaves.



£ 6.50(7.39 €)

Peperomia rotundifoliais a species found in South and Central America. In the wild the plant inhabits lowland to montane forests as an epiphyte. Plants spread rapidly when grown in the right conditions. Pinching longer stems at nodes will encourage bushier growth.

£ 6.00(6.83 €)

Philodendron scandens is a species found in South and Central America. In the wild the plant inhabits lowland forests as an epiphyte and terrestrial.Stems measure approximately 1 metre when fully grown.


Rhipsalis cereuscula
£ 10.00(11.38 €)

Rhipsalis cereuscula is a species found in Brazil and Uraguay. In the wild the plant inhabits lowland forests as an epiphyte. The inflorescences measure 10cm and bear white flowers that each measure 1cm across. The plant mostly blooms during the spring and the flowers are scented.