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Dizygotheca Elegantissima INR   0 INR  0
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Dizygotheca Elegantissima

The lacy juvenile leaves of false aralia are made up of 7 to 10 slender, jagged leaflets arranged like fingers of a hand. They are coppery in color when they unfold but then become a very dark grey-green. The mature foliage looks entirely different and is heavier with broader leaflets, giving a coarser silhouette. Both types of leaves can be present on the plant at the same time.

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Solanum Seaforthianum

Solanum seaforthianum or Brazilian Nightshade is a flowering evergreen vine of the Solanum family native to tropical South America. As a member of the Solanum genus, it is related to such plants as the tomato and potato. It is characterized by clusters of four to seven leaves and can climb to a height of 20 ft (6 m) given enough room. It blooms in the mid to late summer with clusters of star-shaped purple inflorescence followed by scarlet marble-sized berries. The plant is highly heat resistant, but cannot tolerate frost conditions. The plant contains modest amounts of various tropane alkaloids such as atropine, scopolamine and hyoscyamine and should be considered mildly toxic and inedible.[1] The species has become widely naturalised outside its native range and is an invasive species in Australia, Africa, Indochina, the Pacific Islands and India, choking native vegetation and poisoning livestock.[2]

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Victoria Regia

The species has very large leaves, up to 3 m in diameter, that float on the water’s surface on a submerged stalk, 7–8 m in length. The species was once called Victoria regia after Queen Victoria, but the name was superseded. V. amazonica is native to the shallow waters of the Amazon River basin, such as oxbow lakes and bayous. It is depicted in the Guyanese coat of arms. The flowers are white the first night they are open and become pink the second night. They are up to 40 cm in diameter, and are pollinated by beetles.

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Salvania Aurucalata

Salvinia auriculata is a species of plant in the Salviniaceae known by the common names eared watermoss, African payal, and butterfly fern. It is native to the Americas from Mexico south to Argentina and Chile. It is cultivated as an ornamental plant and it has become naturalized in the wild in some places.

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Thunbergia Grandiflora

Plants may grow to about 20 metres in height and have a tuberous root system with a deep tap root.[2] The stalked, opposite leaves, which have a rough surface, are quite variable in shape. They may be triangular or ovate and the margins may be toothed, lobed or entire. Length is up to 20 cm and width is up to 6 cm.[2] The blue to mauve flowers are about 8 cm across with a 4 cm long tube that is pale yellow inside.[2] These are followed by pods containing seeds that are ejected several metres upon ripening. Plants also reproduce from segments that are washed down watercourses.[2] With a minimum temperature of 10–13 °C (50–55 °F), this plant is cultivated as a houseplant in temperate regions,[4] and has gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.[5] The species has become a serious environmental weed in Australia on disturbed land along watercourses and in the wet tropics where it smothers other vegetation. It is commonly seen north of Sydney where it has been cultivated for many years.[2]

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Tecoma Jasmnoides Variegiata

Alba (white), Rosea (pale pink). Bushy, twining vine with pinnate, evergreen foliage. Woody stemmed. Fragrant, creamy yellow flowers with red or purple markings in throat. Moderate rate of growth. Found in South Africa and in frost-free parts of Florida. Plant in moist, fertile, well drained soil. Nematodes might become a problem.

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Mandovillia

Mandevilla is a genus of tropical and subtropical flowering vines belonging to the dogbane family, Apocynaceae. It was first described as a genus in 1840. Bushy, half-bushy or climbing, Mandevilla is a vine that thrives depending on the climat. The branches can be as long as 5 meters. When branches become vine, they curle around any kind of support. This behaviour is typical of the Apocynaceae family and the curling generally occurs counter clockwise.

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Echites Caryophyllata

The plants become almost covered with numerous clusters of white flowers during late summer and the rains.It grows well in semi-shade and also in full sun.Thinning of shoot after flowering is an annual practice for obtaining enormous flowering next year and a thorough pruning is necessary every second of third year.It is propagated by cutting and layering.An ideal climber for growing on pergola,porch,wall and arbour in a sunny location.

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