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Aglonema Green

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Aglonema Green

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Aglaonema  Green is a genus of about 40 species of foliage plants in the family Araceae, native to the tropical swamps and rainforests of southeastern Asia from Bangladesh east to the Philippines and north to southern China.
Thick, elliptic to lance-shaped, dark green leaves with attractive silver-gray blotches on erect, sometimes branched stems. As a houseplant, it rarely flowers.
Requires some nitrogen for foliage development and plant growth, houseplant fertilizer tends to carry a lot of salt deposits in it which can build up in the soil.
Slow-growing plant to 2 feet tall and wide, with leaves to 8 inches long, 4 inches wide.
Common name : Philippine Evergreen
10 inch to 3 feet wide

Corton

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Corton

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Croton is a diverse and complex taxonomic group of plants ranging from herbs and shrubs to trees.[3] A well-known member of this genus is Croton tiglium, a shrub native to Southeast Asia. It was first mentioned in European literature by Cristóbal Acosta in 1578 as lignum pavanae. The oil, used in herbal medicine as a violent purgative, is extracted from its seeds. Currently, it is considered unsafe and it is no longer listed in the pharmacopeias of many countries
Croton is a plant. The oil from the seeds is used to make medicine. Despite serious safety concerns, people take croton seeds for emptying and cleansing the stomach and intestines. They also take croton seeds to treat gallbladder problems, colic, blocked intestines, and malaria.
grows best in full sun, but many cultivars can tolerate, and even prefer, light shade partial shade. Crotons are best grown in subtropical South and Central Florida. Frosts or freezes will damage them
The croton grows relatively slowly, gaining less than 12 inches of height per growing season. The plant has coarse, dense leaves and usually grows to a height between 3 and 8 feet with a spread of 3 to 6 feet
Common name-Variegated Laurel
Maximum reachable height- 6-8 feet

Dainthas

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Dainthas

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Dianthus is a genus of about 300 species of flowering plants in the family Caryophyllaceae, native mainly to Europe and Asia, with a few species in north Africa and in southern Africa, and one species (D. repens) in arctic North America.
The species are mostly herbaceous perennials, a few are annual or biennial, and some are low subshrubs with woody basal stems. The leaves are opposite, simple, mostly linear and often strongly glaucous grey green to blue green. The flowers have five petals, typically with a frilled or pinked margin, and are (in almost all species) pale to dark pink.
bloom time – Spring, summer, fall
Plant spread-7 inch (18 cm)
Common name- Dianthus flowers, pinks, garden pinks, cheddar pinks, sweet William, clove pinks, gillyflower
Maximum  reachable height – 5 in. to 3 ft. tall, depending on variety
Toxic to pets

Darcaena

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Darcaena

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Dracaena species can be classified in two growth types: treelike dracaenas (Dracaena fragrans, Dracaena draco, Dracaena cinnabari), which have aboveground stems with a single cluster of leaves at the end of each stem and rhizomatous dracaenas (Dracaena trifasciata, Dracaena angolensis), which have underground rhizomes and leaves on the surface
Dracaena houseplants like humidity and moderate watering. They can tolerate periods of drought but the tips of the leaves may turn brown
Many species of Dracaena are kept as houseplants due to tolerance of lower light and sparse watering
slow growers that can take upto 10 years to reach 5ft
Common name :  Dracaena fragnans
Maximum reachable height : 10 feet
Dracaena are vulnerable to mealybugs and scale insects.

Ixora singapuri

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Ixora singapuri

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xora is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. It is the only genus in the tribe Ixoreae. It consists of tropical evergreen trees
and shrubs and holds around 562 species.[1] Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of
diversity is in Tropical Asia.
The plants possess leathery leaves, ranging from 3 to 6 inches in length, and produce large clusters of tiny flowers in the summer.
Members of Ixora prefer acidic soil, and are suitable choices for bonsai.
Ixora also grows commonly in subtropical climates in the United States, such as Florida where it is commonly known as West Indian
jasmine.
Plant spread – Spread at least 3 to 4 inches
Common name – Jungle Geranium, Flame of the Woods, Jungle Flame, West Indian Jasmine. Rangan, Kheme, Ponna, Chann Tanea,
Techi, Pan, Santan, Jarum-Jarum
Some ixora types grow to 10-15 feet tall and 4-10 feet wide

Lucky Bamboo

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Lucky Bamboo

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A perennial herb reaching a height of 100 cm (39 in), the plant has slightly twisted leaves of grey-green colour, with a length of which is up to 23 cm (9 in).
The stem is fleshy and it is a tenacious plant
It tolerates dry air and does not require constant spraying. it needs bright ventilated areas
can grow both in indoors and outdoors and a mature height for indoors is around 3 feet and 2 feet wide
Common name : Dracaena Sanderiana.
 Maximum height : 8 feet

Petra Croton

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Petra Croton

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The croton ‘Petra’ (Codiaeum variegatum ‘Petra’) is an evergreen shrub native to southern Asia and the western Pacific islands. … In
other climates, croton can be grown in containers and kept indoors during cold weather. This distinctive, variegated plant needs
special care to stay healthy in all climate zones
it is a tropical, evergreen, monoecious shrub growing to 3 m (9.8 ft) tall and has large, thick, leathery, shiny evergreen leaves,
alternately arranged, 5–30 cm (2.0–11.8 in) long and 0.5–8 cm (0.20–3.15 in) broad.
Plant your croton outdoors in a location with well-drained, humus-rich soil. For indoor growing, use a large container with unobstructed
holes in the bottom and a commercial potting soil designed to provide good drainage. Add a layer of gravel to the bottom of the pot to
improve drainage even more
Plant spread- about 8 feet tall and 6 feet wide
Common name – Codiaeum variegatum
Maximum reachable height – 8 feet
The croton can cause stomach upset or skin irritation. Do not plant this species where pets or children can access it. Crotons are
sensitive to salt spray and soil salinity and must be planted away from saline areas.

Petunia

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Petunia

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Petunias are treated as annuals in most areas, but can be grown as tender perennials in Zones 9 to 11. The flowers come in many colors and patterns, and bloom from spring until frost
Petunias are generally insect pollinated, with the exception of P. exserta, which is a rare, red-flowered, hummingbird-pollinated species. Most petunias are diploid with 14 chromosomes and are interfertile with other petunia species,
Petunias are fairly heat tolerant ,need lots of light in order to germinate. A thorough watering once a week should be sufficient
Plant spread- 18 inches to 4 feet.
Common name- Solanaceae
Petunias have few serious insect or disease pests, though aphids and slugs can be an issue. Avoid wetting the foliage and flowers when watering to help prevent disease

Sadapulli

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Sadapulli

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Catharanthus roseus is also cultivated as an ornamental plant in gardens. Several cultivars have been bred to produce flowers in many shades of pink, red, lilac, and white, or in light shades with dark throats.Seed dispersal by ant, wind and water. Catharanthus roseus pollinated by butterflies and moths.
These are perennial herbs with oppositely or almost oppositely arranged leaves. Flowers are usually solitary in the leaf axils. Each has a calyx with five long, narrow lobes and a corolla with a tubular throat and five lobes
grown in the ground on in pots. No matter how they are planted they appreciate a well-drained soil. When planting in pots or containers a bagged potting soil will be fine.
Big Periwinkles can grow up to about 1-1½ ft. tall and spreads by long trailing stems that root along the ground as they grow
Common name – Periwinkle
Maximum reachable height- 8-12 inches tall

Xerora Mini

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Xerora Mini

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xora is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. It is the only genus in the tribe Ixoreae. It consists of tropical evergreen trees
and shrubs and holds around 562 species.[1] Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of
diversity is in Tropical Asia.
The plants possess leathery leaves, ranging from 3 to 6 inches in length, and produce large clusters of tiny flowers in the summer.
Members of Ixora prefer acidic soil, and are suitable choices for bonsai.
Ixora also grows commonly in subtropical climates in the United States, such as Florida where it is commonly known as West Indian
jasmine.
Plant spread – Spread at least 3 to 4 inches
Common name – Jungle Geranium, Flame of the Woods, Jungle Flame, West Indian Jasmine. Rangan, Kheme, Ponna, Chann Tanea,
Techi, Pan, Santan, Jarum-Jarum
Some ixora types grow to 10-15 feet tall and 4-10 feet wide

Yellow Darcaena

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Yellow Darcaena

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Dracaena massangeana belongs to the dragon plant family, and its complete scientific name, D. fragrans, hints to its rare amazingly scented blooming.
Overwatering is a common cause of dracaena yellow leaves, and is most certainly the case if most of the leaves of your D. massangeana are turning yellow.
Very well-lit, even full sun, The Dracaena massangeana plant requires good soil mix that can be amended with ⅓ compost
Plant spread – 3 to 6 ½ feet (1 to 2 meters)