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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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Dieffenbachia Jupiter

This versatile indoor plant is perfect for a coffee table or desk. Full and vibrant with attractive speckled leaves, it’s sure to delight anyone. One dieffenbachia plant arrives in a terra-cotta pot with matching saucer.

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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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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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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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Bougainvillea begum sikhendar

Bougainvillea ‘Begum Sikander’ is a tender plant, so ensure you wait until all danger of frost has fully past in your area before planting out.

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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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Vernonia Elaeagnifolia

This is a curious member of the Sunflower family. It is a creeper which finds it difficult to climb without support. So, the slender stems climb up and then fall down beautifully over a wall or railing. The tender stems, all hanging down form a curtain, hence the name Curtain creeper. Basically it is a foliage plant, grown primarily for its habit of forming a green curtain. The species name elaeagnifolia means, having foliage resembling Elaeagnus, pure olive. Dirty white flowers appear in bunches. As is the case with all members of the daisy family, these ‘flowers’ are actually made up of many small florets. Unlike the classic daisy which has two different kinds of florets, the outer ray florets or ‘petals’, and the central disc florets, members of the genus Vernonia have only one type of floret. This creeper is easy to grow and is commonly seen hanging over walls in cities. Curtain creeeper is native to Burma, widely cultivated in India, and has also naturalized here. Flowering: February-March.

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