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Jungle Leaves is a team of 3 biologists, that grow, propagate and sell exceptional and unique plants from all over the world, also in cooperation with botanical gardens.

As a long-time collector of plants, you might be familiar with this: At some point your hobby literally grows over your head. That is why in 2019 we decided to expand from our windowsills and turn our hobbies into a business.

The result is this website, where we not only sell many rarities that are not yet available in Europe, but also report in detail on the care, propagation and biology of these plants.

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The secret of the blue leaves – iridescence and structural colors in plants

Blue iridescence in the peacock spikemoss, Selaginella willdenowii. It must have been sometime in the fall of 2014 when I first saw a picture of a Begonia pavonina, the "peacock begonia". It was in a listing on eBay for this plant and, according to the description, it was supposed to "glow at night." If you regularly search for plants on eBay, you surely know the numerous fraudulent offers with laughably badly edited pictures on which all kinds of rainbow-colored or blue plants can be seen. This begonia looked just as fake to me at the time, and then this plant...

What you can expect

In the future, we will regularly share our experiences in the care of unusual and sometimes tricky tropical plants with you in this blog. In addition, there will be interesting and detailed articles on botanical topics, and of course lots of great pictures. Stay tuned!

The secret of the blue leaves – iridescence and structural colors in plants

Blue iridescence in the peacock spikemoss, Selaginella willdenowii. It must have been sometime in the fall of 2014 when I first saw a picture of a Begonia pavonina, the "peacock begonia". It was in a listing on eBay for this plant and, according to the description, it was supposed to "glow at night." If you regularly search for plants on eBay, you surely know the numerous fraudulent offers with laughably badly edited pictures on which all kinds of rainbow-colored or blue plants can be seen. This begonia looked just as fake to me at the time, and then this plant...

What you can expect

In the future, we will regularly share our experiences in the care of unusual and sometimes tricky tropical plants with you in this blog. In addition, there will be interesting and detailed articles on botanical topics, and of course lots of great pictures. Stay tuned!