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Palm / Foxtail

Latin Name: RHYNCHOSTYLIS Plant Type: Orchid Description: Small orchids with leaves in two ranks, flowers in hanging spikes. Origin: Viet Nam, Burma Environment: Suitable only for a greenhouse Foliage: No Flowering: Yes Season: FH Fragrant: Yes Growing Ease: Requires extra care Temperature: 60-85°F, 16-29°C Humidity: High humidity Lighting Needs: Does best in bright indirect sunlight [...]

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Palm / Areca

Latin Name: Dypsis lutescens Plant Type: Palm Description: Cluster palms with trunks eventually about four inches (10cm) diameter. Usually sold as multiple plants in a pot, giving dense foliage with a golden color to the stalks of the leaves and their sheathing bases. Origin: Madagascar Environment: Suitable for the home or a greenhouse Foliage: Yes [...]

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Tibouchina / Tree (STD)

Latin Name: TIBOUCHINA Plant Type: Shrub Description: Shrubs, most of them large but able to be pruned, producing large blue-purple flowers at the branch tips. Origin: Brazil Environment: Suitable only for a greenhouse Foliage: No Flowering: Yes Season: IL Fragrant: No Growing Ease: Requires a little extra care Temperature: 50-75°F, 10-24°C Humidity: Medium humidity Lighting [...]

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Agave / Blue

Latin Name: Agave americana Plant Type: Succulent Description: Full-grown this species can be 12 feet (3.5m) wide, and when flowering may reach 25 feet (8m) in height. The leaves are grey-green, and various striped forms are known. Uses: Container, Massing, Rock garden, Seashore, Specimen Origin: Mexico Environment: Suitable for the home or a greenhouse Foliage: [...]

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Alocasia / Elephant Ear

Latin Name: ALOCASIA Plant Type: Perennial Description: Most species are stemless or short-stemmed plants with arrow-shaped leaf blades carried on stalks about as long as the blade. A few are huge ôelephant earsö with upright trunk two or three feet (60-90 cm) high. Flowers in a specialized inflorescence consisting of a fleshy spike (spadix) surrounded [...]

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Wax Myrtle

Latin Name: Myrica cerifera Common Names: southern bayberry, southern wax myrtle, wax myrtle Family: Myricaceae Description This beautiful native tree grows in abundance at my place in Florida’s panhandle. It is semi-evergreen where the winters are frosty but here it is evergreen. This popular plant has an attractive rounded form and is commonly used in [...]

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Pine / Slash

Latin Name: Pinus Mugo Description:      The Mugo Pine, or Swiss Mountain Pine, is known to shape itself according to the different soil conditions and climates in which it is cultivated. It is widely grown as a shrub, but in its native European Alps, it frequently grows to a height of 60 feet, and [...]

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Pine / Screw

Latin Name: Pandanus utilis lant Type: Shrub Description: Striking plant with long sword-shaped leaves produced in a spiral rosette. As a trunk forms the tree will branch to form several heads, eventually giving a very regular conical specimen plant about 20 feet (6m) tall and wide if space allows. Origin: Polynesia Environment: Suitable for the [...]

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Sago / King

Latin Name: Cycas revoluta Plant Type: Cycad Description: Stems two to four feet tall (60-120cm) produce an umbrella of leaves at the top with tiny flowers in spike lets at the center of the rosette. Origin: South Japan, Java Environment: Suitable only for a greenhouse Foliage: Yes Flowering: No Fragrant: No Growing Ease: Requires a [...]

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Palm / Lady

Common Name: Lady Palm Latin name: Rhapis Excelsa Plant Type: Palm Description: Small palms making shoots about one inch (2.5cm) in diameter and up to ten feet (300cm) tall, The leaves are cut like the fingers of a hand and have black hairs at their bases that persist on the trunk.