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Dracaena Compacta

The Dracaena Compacta Plant, a compact, slow growing member of the Dracaena family, is native to South East Africa. It is often referred to as Dracaena fragrans or Dracaena deremensis. The closest relative of the Compacta is the Dracaena janet craig, but the Compacta Plant is quite different in appearance.

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Anthurium Andreanum

Anthurium andreanum, often called the flamingo flower, has heart-shaped leaves that come in red, white, pink and variegated colors. This plant is originally from wet tropical mountain forests of Central and South America, so it does best in warm, wet climates. This is one of the few plants that can move its leaves toward or away from the sun (another heliotrope is the sunflower).

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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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Alocasia Black Velvet

Black-leaved plants have always intrigued me, probably because of some deep-seated emotional attachment to my first car, but that’s another story. One of the blackest plants I know is a houseplant belonging to the philodendron family called Black Velvet Alocasia (Alocasia reginula). The leaves look more like a lump of charcoal than a plant. Black Velvet alocasia is one of several species of alocasias native in Southeast Asia, with this plant probably coming from the jungles of Borneo. It and its kin were collected during the 1860s by English plant collectors who scoured the jungles of the world looking for new orchids and houseplants.

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Alocasia Amazonica

Alocasia Amazonica is a hybrid member of the scientific family Araceae popularly known to growers as aroids. Although at least one plant seller claims the plant is “Straight from the Rainforest to Your Home” when offering Alocasia Amazonica for sale (correctly pronounced alo-CAY-see-a) this plant has never existed in the rain forests of the Amazon or South America. It has never been observed naturally in any rain forest in the world.

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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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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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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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