The Nicolas Diamond is a new, rare variety of footed fern that and seems to be a unique crossing between Phlebodium and Pyrrosia. The leaves have a deep green color and are slightly curved at the ends. At its base, there is a red, furry footed root system that gives this fern a ton of character.
Vandas are captivating monopodial orchids, meaning they grow from a single stem with roots emerging from the bottom of the stem. Vandas' leaves are alternating, climbing the stem in a ladder-like progression.
These massive, commercial quality orchids stand 2-3 feet tall filling any space with elegance and grace. Commonly referred to as the "moth orchid," Phalaenopsis is one of the longest blooming orchid genera, producing flowers that last from 2 to 6 months before dropping.