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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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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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Clerodendrum Macrisiphon

Clerodendrum incisum ‘Macrosiphon,’ sometimes referred to as “musical note,” strikes a winning chord in the small-shrub orchestra. This plant is not one of the well-known species in the large clerodendrum group. And unusual for a clerodendrum, it makes my “short shrub” list at 3 to 5 feet tall and four to five feet wide. It needs little pruning. This is a repeat bloomer and produces flowers almost monthly, if left unsheared.

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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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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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Bixa orellana

Achiote (Bixa orellana) is a shrub or small tree originating from the tropical region of the Americas. Central and South American natives originally used the seeds to make red body paint and lipstick. For this reason, the achiote is sometimes called the lipstick tree. The tree is best known as the source of annatto, a natural orange-red condiment (also called “achiote” or “bijol”) obtained from the waxy arils that cover its seeds. The ground seeds are widely used in traditional dishes in South and Central America, the Caribbean, and Mexico; such as cochinita pibil, chicken in achiote and caldo de olla. Annatto and its extracts are also used as an industrial food coloring to add yellow or orange color to many products such as butter, cheese, sausages, cakes, and popcorn.

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Solanum Wendlandii

Giant Potato Creeper is an evergreen large vine from Costa Rica that can grow to 10-15 ft tall and wide with 1.5 inch across deep-purple flowers that fade to lavender, then white. It flowers abundantly during warm months of the year. Leaves are highly variable in shape on the same plant, ranging from simple to pinnately compound, the blades 10-20 x 8-15 cm, about 1.2 times as long as wide, usually ovate (rarely elliptic), widest at the base. The vine is sparsely armed with hooklike spines. The leaves are also spiny. It should be planted in full to partial sun with average to abundant water.

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Stictocardia Tiliifolia

Batatilla is a climbing shrub producing stems up to 5 metres long. The plant either creeps along the ground or twines into other plants for support. The plant is sometimes harvested from the wild for its sap. The plant is often grown as an ornamental.

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