Colasanti's Tropical Gardens

Quick View 2.5" Tiger Jaw Succulent

2.5" Tiger Jaw Succulent

Faucaria tigrina Tiger Jaw is a perennial succulent belonging to the stone plant family. Its fleshy leaves are low-growing and form clumps of star-shaped rosettes. Tiger Jaw is named for the soft,...
Quick View 2.5" Zebra Haworthia

2.5" Zebra Haworthia

Haworthias are small succulents known best for their exotic façade and striking leaves. They make great indoor plants for window sills, desks, counters, and much more. Lots of Haworthia types are on...
Quick View 2.5" Bird's Nest Fern at Colasanti's Tropical Gardens

2.5'' Bird's Nest Fern

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This bird’s nest variety isn’t your typical fern.Recognized for its crinkled or wavy, bright green fronds that grow from the central rosette, the unique bird’s nest fern is sure to bring a touch of...
Quick View Calathea makoyana, Peacock plant grown at Colasanti's Tropical Gardens

2.5'' Calathea Makoyana

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Calathea makoyana is commonly called the Peacock plant because of the ornate patterning on its lush foliage. The leaves are a vibrant green with dark green spots and a feathering effect starting...
Quick View 2.5'' Calathea Vittata

2.5'' Calathea Vittata

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Calathea vittata has stunning bright green foliage with creamy white stripes that look as if they were painted. Like other varieties of Calathea, expect the leaves to open and close with the...
Quick View 2.5'' Day of the Dead Pot

2.5'' Day of the Dead Pot

This glazed, ceramic planter has a beautiful yet spooky patterning and fits up to a 2.5" plant. It can also be used as a candy dish, accent piece on charcuterie boards and countertop craft supply...
Quick View 3.25" Flapjack Succulent at Colasanti's Tropical Gardens

3.25" Flapjack

Kalanchoe thyrsiflora The Flapjack succulent, also known as Paddle Succulent, is named for its wide, fleshy leaves that grow in rosette clusters. These leaves are typically green to pale white with a...
Quick View 3.25" Grafted Moon Cactus

3.25" Grafted Moon Cactus

It’s hard to mistake a Grafted Cactus when you see one. You’d quickly notice a cute and brightly-colored sicon (usually a Moon Cactus) sitting atop another type of cactus, like Hylocereus, that acts...