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Dizygotheca Elegantissima Castor INR   0 INR  0
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Dizygotheca Elegantissima Castor

Dizygotheca elegantissima needs partial shade to full shade with a well drained moisture retentive soil. Plants should be kept moist at all times, but not waterlogged. Since the plants are tropical, there is no winter dormancy period. Plants should be kept moist, but be careful during the winter months as the plants don’t use as much water as in the hot summer. Propagation: Dizygotheca elegantissima are easily propagated by stem cuttings taken any time during the year.

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Alocasia Macrorhiza Variegata INR   0 INR  0
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Alocasia Macrorhiza Variegata

No two leaf color patterns are alike on the variegated giant elephant ear. With origins in a wide-spreading tropical region from Sri Lanka and India through Southeast Asia into Indonesia, it grows best in warm soils and high humidity. Cultivar ‘Variegata’ can reach impressive size in warm, moist, well-drained clays and loams, but also in sand if enriched with lots of organic matter. It tends to be slower growing that other green-leaved selections, and seemingly more intolerant of cool weather. Heat develops more variegation in the new, unfurling foliage. Leaves are the crowning jewel of the plant with immense size and being held on long variegated green and white stems. The shield of the leaf is held upright — like an A — each deep green with variably sized and shaped creamy white blobs and streaks and speckles of light green, ivory and white. Occasionally in the warmth of summer short yellow stems rise with a white, ivory and green flower with a finger-like spadix partially surrounded by a cloak-like spathe.

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Daedalacanthus Nervosus

This sub-shrub, native to the Himalayas, is exceptional for its rich blue flowers which occur in terminal spikes during the early winter season. The 3- to 6-inch-long flower spikes are borne above the large, rounded and prominently veined leaves. It is a popular garden plant. The plant even looks great in foliage without flowers. One prominent way in which it differs from its wild cousin Rosy Eranthemum (Eranthemum roseum) is that the flowers are completely scentless, whereas those of Rosy Eranthemum have a strong odour. Blue Sage will attain a height of 4 to 6 feet and has a 1 to 3 foot spread. After a season or two each of the branches dies back to the soil line. If conditions are reasonable numerous new shoots come up.

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Bougainvillea mary palmer

The hybrid ‘Mary Palmer’ bougainvillea (also known as ‘Surprise’ and ‘Snow Cap’), a cross of Bougainvillea spectabilis and B. peruviana, is a lovely semi-evergreen vine that usually flowers multiple times across the year. The small flowers are creamy-white and are surrounded by colorful papery bracts that are coppery when young and then mature to white and vibrant shades of pink. Some bracts can have marbling of the two colors. Occasionally the plant may revert to bracts that are only pink. The large, dark green leaves are smooth and are held year-round, depending on temperature and soil moisture. It is a thorny, vigorous plant that is needs room.

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Bougainvillea Mahara

Grow ‘Mahara’ in full sun and well-drained, even slightly dry, soil. It bloom most heavily in dry, hot conditions. Over-watering, even in the desert, produces more foliage and less bloom. Like all bougainvilleas, it has a root system that resents disturbance. When planting a nursery purchase, keep the rootball intact. Use this climber for masses of color walls, arbors, fences, pergolas and gates, or even climbing onto roofs and into trees. In cold climates, it may be as an annual in hanging baskets or pots.

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Strophanthus Grandiflorus

It has slender, twining stems set every few inches with flat, heart-shaped leaves up to 4in long. The flowers are reminiscent of those of the Lagerstroemia in form, each petal expanding abruptly from a narrow basal claw. They measure a little over 1in across and are brilliant yellow in color. It thrives in sun or light shade and well drained soil, with moderate watering.

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stigmaphyllon periplocifolium

It has slender, twining stems set every few inches with flat, heart-shaped leaves up to 4in long. The flowers are reminiscent of those of the Lagerstroemia in form, each petal expanding abruptly from a narrow basal claw. They measure a little over 1in across and are brilliant yellow in color. It thrives in sun or light shade and well drained soil, with moderate watering.

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Water Alacasia Black

Alocasia indoor planting requires conditions that closely replicate its natural outdoor environment, which is warm and very humid. It is particular about its soil and light conditions and needs to be planted in a specific way. If you’re willing to go the extra mile in Alocasia plant care, you’ll be richly rewarded with an eye catching addition to your indoor garden.

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