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Dieffenbachia Tropic Snow INR   0 INR  0
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Dieffenbachia Tropic Snow

Dieffenbachia or (to use its common name) Dumb Cane has a bad reputation. It will kill your children, it will commit murder most foul and its even been known to burn down houses! A Dieffenbachia camilla (Dumb Cane) photo taken by LucaLucaAll true stories if you believe those annoying email chains / Facebook shares. The reputation isn’t completely wrong, but its undeserved and you most certainly have no need to go Norman Bates on your Dumb Canes (these emails recommend you gather all your Dieffenbachia plants together and burn them as quick as possible!).

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Cordyline Mahatma

A new and distinct cultivar of Cordyline plant named ‘Maroon Magic’, characterized by its upright, uniform and vigorous growth habit; slender stems with short internodes; dense and bushy growth habit; long arching linear leaves that are glossy and uniformly dark burgundy to brown in color with dark purple-colored margins; and excellent keeping quality.

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Aspidistra Milky Way

Aspidistra elatior ‘Milky Way’- is more commonly called a variegated cast-iron plant. It grows to be 18 to 24 inches tall and about 12 to 15 inches wide. It is grown for its evergreen foliage. This Aspidistra features upright elongated, dark-green leaves with creamy-white specks that resemble paint splatters. It does well in partial sun to full shade. It is drought tolerant and only requires regular watering.

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Dombeya Natalensis

Dombeya is a flowering plant genus. Traditionally included in the family Sterculiaceae, it is included in the expanded Malvaceae in the APG and most subsequent systematics. These plants are known by a number of vernacular names which sometimes, misleadingly, allude to the superficial similarity of flowering Dombeya to pears or hydrangeas (which are unrelated). Therefore, the genus as a whole is often simply called dombeyas. The generic name commemorates Joseph Dombey (1742–1794), a French botanist and explorer in South America, involved in the notorious Dombey affair, embroiling scientists and governments of France, Spain, and England for more than two years.

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Datura Metel Florepleno

A unique cousin of the common Datura. The flowers are held upright. They are semi-double and a beautiful shade of purple-blue. Plants do best in full sunlight. They grow to a height of around one meter. Should be trimmed & kept in shape.

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Hedychium Coronarium

The white ginger lily (Hedychium coronarium) is a perennial flowering plant originally from the Himalayas region of Nepal and India. It was introduced in Brazil in the era of slavery, brought to the country by African slaves who used its leaves as mattresses, and is now so common that it is considered an invasive weed. It is also considered an invasive species in Hawaii.

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Crossandra Undulaefolia INR   0 INR  0
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Crossandra Undulaefolia

It is an erect, evergreen subshrub growing to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) with glossy, wavy-margined leaves and fan-shaped flowers, which may appear at any time throughout the year. The flowers are unusually shaped with 3 to 5 asymmetrical petals. They grow from four-sided stalked spikes, and have a tube-like ¾ inch stalk. Flower colours range from the common orange to salmon-orange or apricot, coral to red, yellow and even turquoise.

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Clerodendrum Paniculatum

Clerodendrum paniculatum was first described in 1767 by the ‘father’ of modern biological nomenclature – the Swedish botanist, Carl Linnaeus. The species epithet refers to the large ‘paniculate’ clusters of flowers (inflorescences), the feature which makes this such a visually-striking plant. The pagoda flower is commonly encountered in the Asian tropics, where it is popular as an ornamental and known for its medicinal uses.

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Clerodendrum Walachii

This graceful shrub grows up to 7 ft and has pointed narrow leaves 4 to 9 inches long. The white fragrant flowers are held in loose panicles, which are more or less pendulous. Cascades of flowers appear around Thanksgiving. Keep it out of the wind, and avoid putting it where it will get late afternoon sun. Blooming in fall-spring. The genus Clerodendrum consists of over 450 species of trees or shrubs, sometimes climbing, native to the tropics, but mostly to the Eastern Hemisphere. The name is derived from the Greek kleros, chance, and dendron, a tree, and is supposed to be in reference to the variable medicinal qualities of certain plants belonging to this genus. This shrub grows up to 7 ft. and has pointed narrow leaves 4 to 9 inches long by ¾ inch wide.

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