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Rare and Unusual

Our interest at Suncrest is in exploring the diversity of the plant kingdom for beautiful plants adaptable to cultivation in coastal California. Some of our offerings are widely shared in the nursery industry; many others, especially those from the wild and gifts from other plant enthusiasts, are either unusual or genuinely rare. Their beauty, not their rarity, is the object. But it is worth noting when something is out of the ordinary line of cultivated plants.

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Plant Name Capsule Description
Illicium floridanum Bushy, to 6-10 feet. Glossy fragrant green leaves, many-parted maroon flowers.
Incarvillea arguta Stems to 3 feet+ high ; feather-like leaves, pink trumpets.
Incarvillea sinensis Stems to 1 foot+ high ; feather-like leaves, pink trumpets.
Iris gracilipes Diminutive iris. Soft green leaves; crested lavender blue flowers.
Iris innominata 'Ed Wood' Small, slender-leaved native. Dainty. Purple flowers in spring.
Iris laevigata 'Variegata' To 2 feet+, dense, upright. Cream-margined leaves, lavender blue flowers.
Iris longipetala To 2 feet. Flowers lavender with darker veins. Erect leaves.
Iris macrosiphon 'Mt. Madonna' Small, narrow-leaved native; dainty, purple flowers.
Iris pallida 'Variegata' To 3 feet. Lavender blue flowers, cream and green leaves.
Iris unguicularis Winter iris. Evergreen wide clumps; scented blue flowers.
Ischyrolepis subverticillata 5-7 feet. Erect, horsetail like stems and branches, clumping.
Isomeris (Peritoma) arborea Bladderpod. Silvery green divided leaves; yellow flowers.
Isoplexis canariensis To 5 feet. Erect stems, long leaves, irregular orange flowers.
Isoplexis chalcantha 3 feet+. Erect flower stems. Buff-orange irregular flowers.
Isopogon formosus Drumsticks. 5 feet. Cut leaves, rose-lavender heads.
Ixia monadelpha 2 feet flower stems. Flowers lilac to white with central blotch.
Ixia paniculata To 2 feet; branched stems, long-tubed salmon flowers.

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