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Rose Plants

rose-plants

Rose plants are perennials of the genuus Rosa and their family is rosaceae  Rose plants are deciduous in nature. So to get a decent look of your garden, its a good idea to grow these plants among the perennials and evergreen shrubs.

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Pittosporum Tobira House Plants Perennials Growers WholeSales Suppliers

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Botanical Name

Pittosporum Tobira

Family

Genus

Pittosporum

Species

Tobira

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Type

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Hardiness

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Pittosporum tobira is ever green shrub to a small tree. It has leathery leaves. It is used as landscape plant and also in potted plants it is used as interiorscapes as well. Can be used as hedges and screens.

Glossy, dark green leaves, easy care, and a natural
mounding shape make Pittosporum a popular landscape shrub. However, rapid growth when young makes this a fairly high maintenance shrub, requiring frequent pruning but growth does slow with age. Clusters of creamy white flowers appear in spring, with a fragrance similar to orange blossoms, but they are rarely seen on shrubs because they are frequently pruned off with the regular trimming required to keep the plant in check. It is really better suited as a small tree with lower branches removed to reveal the multistemmed trunk, and branches should be left unpruned to allow the flowers to show in the spring. Prune after the flower display. Careful training and pruning can create an ornamental small tree form.

Excellent when used as a specimen, or informal shrubbery border, Pittosporum can be maintained at any desired height by selective hand pruning. The stiff branches with dense foliage can be sheared if this is begun when they are young. Plant on four to five foot centers for mass planting. Pittosporum is highly salt-tolerant and grows well on a variety of soils in full sun to partial shade. Growth rate is rapid on well-drained, acid soil of average fertility, although Pittosporum can tolerate occasional drought. It does not tolerate poorly drained or wet soil since root rot quickly infects and kills the root system. This often occurs along foundations where drainage is poor or rain water accumulates from the roof or gutters.
The cultivar ‘Wheeleri’ has a more compact growth habit and is more suited to residential landscapes. ‘Variegata’ has creamy white variegated leaves and is quite susceptible to leaf
spot diseases.

Propagation of the species is by cuttings or by seed. Problems include cottony cushion scale and aphids.
Micronutrient deficiencies become obvious on soils with a high pH.

 

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Echeveria House Plants Perennials Growers WholeSales Suppliers

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Echeveria

echeveria


Echeverias are from the Crassulaceae family which are one of the most eye catching rosette formation in all succulent plants.
Echeverias are native to
Central America.
Consequently they are able to withstand high temperatures and drought better than their  European Sempervivum relatives, but are not particularly frost-hardy. The rosettes of  Echeveria are generally much larger than  those of Sempervivum, and the range of leaf
shapes and colors is much more diverse.  The foliage colors include green, grey, blue,  pink, orange, and red, and many are edged in a contrasting color. Some Echeveria have leaves covered with soft downy hairs, but most have a powdery or waxy surface which lends a shimmering richness to the foliage color. The bell-shaped flowers, in shades of yellow, orange, red, and pink, are borne in clusters on arching st
ems. There are about 150 species of Echeveria, which have been extensively hybridized to create an astounding assortment of cultivars.

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Dracaena House Plants Perennials Growers WholeSales Suppliers

 

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Dracaena


Graceful foliage gives graceful look to genus dracaena. The word dracaena is derived from the Greek word drakaina, means a female ‘dragon’. Also called as False Palms. Because it looses its bottom leaves at maturity and gives it looks of a palm. But  closest relatives of Dracaena are lilies.


Dracaena Fragrans White Stripe

 

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Dracaena Reflexa Song of India

This Bright colored member of dracaena family have bold cream and yellow green  marginal edges. It prefers bright filtered light to maintain its colors.

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Dracaena Marginata Colorama

Colorful Sword shape foliage of green and cream color. Red and ivory band in the central part of leaves gives it great look. Grow vigorously in moist and well drained soil.

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Dracaena Fragrans Yellow-Stripe

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Dracaena Fragrans Massangeana

Also known as  Corn Plant and used as house plant. Having broad lustrous green leaves with yellow stripes.

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Dracaena Fragrans Green Stripe

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Dracaena Fragrans

Dracena Fragrans produces aromatized flowers.

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Yucca House Plants Perennials Growers WholeSales Suppliers


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Yucca

Yucca Elephantipe Silver Star

Yucca elephantipe is also known as spineless yucca and is an evergreen plant, and fast growing plant in its family. It leaves have soft tips on its edges. It is quite hardy plant, it is drought, frost and salt tolerant plant. It is used in landscapes.
This specie of yucca given the name of elephantipe, because of its large thickening of its stem in the  bottom.

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Yucca Jewel

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Schefflera House Plants Perennials Growers WholeSales Suppliers


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Schefflera

It is evergreen shrub. One of the easiest of   plants to grow.

This evergreen shrub has attractive dark green, glossy, palmate leaves densely covering flexible, green stems which gently fan out into a rounded crown. Plants are usually seen with multiple stems sprouting from the base. Branching can be encouraged by pinching the stems, which forms a denser shrub. It can be pruned into a small tree over a period of years where it would make an accent or patio tree. The tree remains a green mass, not changing during the year, except when it displays the brilliant orange-yellow fruit in the winter.

A popular house plant, Dwarf Schefflera performs well in a variety of outdoor settings. It can be used as a hedge, specimen planting, poolside container plant, and even trains well into an espalier on the wall of a building. Aerial roots
originate from the lower portions of the trunks and branches, and root into the ground.
Dwarf Schefflera is adaptable to sun, part sun or deep shade and does best on light, sandy, well-drained soils. The plant prefers soil which is kept on the dry side. One of the best
hedges for shady areas. There is a cultivar available with variegated foliage.

Propagation is by seed, cuttings, or air-layers.
Scale and spider mites may be a problem when Dwarf
Schefflera is grown indoors but outdoors pest problems are
rare. Occasionally scale may infest this tree.


Schefflera  Arboricola Teinett

Variegated cream and green leaves.

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Schefflera Arboricola Carolien

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Schefflera Arboricola ‘Sofia’

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Beaucarnea recurvata Nolina Recurvata Ponytail Palm House Plants Perennials Growers WholeSales Suppliers

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Botanical Name

Beaucarnea recurvata

Family

Genus

 Beaucarnea

Species

Recurvata

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Type

Height

Hardiness

Beaucarnea recurvata

nolina-recurvata

Synonym: Nolina Recurvata
Commonly know as Ponytail which has very unique appearance. It is drought tolerant plant having bottle like or big onion like base. Its leaves are long and narrow like a strap which arch and hang laxly.

This upright, fine-textured evergreen tree grows
very slowly up to 30 feet in height but rarely exceeds
10 feet. A distinctive plant, ponytail palm has
a greatly swollen trunk base (sometimes to seven feet
across) which narrowly tapers and eventually branches
in older specimens. The light green leaves, up to five
feet long and 3/4 of an inch wide, are produced in
tufts clustered at the tips of branches. The cascading
nature of the leaves gives much the appearance of a
pony’s tail. Creamy yellow flowers are quite showy
as they are held above the foliage in spring or summer
for several weeks. The tree will occasionally flower
two or even three times a year. This plant makes a
great conversation piece, whether grown as a
specimen, a container plant, near patios, or placed in
rock gardens. It can also be used as a houseplant.
Ponytail palm grows in full sun or partial shade on
a wide range of soils. Soil must have good drainage
as plants have a tendency to develop root rot on
poorly-drained soils. Plants moved from indoors to
permanent outside locations should be gradually
exposed to the increase in light and temperature
change.

Trunk/bark/branches:
routinely grown with, or
trainable to be grown with, multiple trunks; grow
mostly upright and will not droop; showy trunk; no
thorns
Pruning requirement:
needs little pruning to develop
a strong structure
Breakage:
resistant

Culture
Light requirement:
tree grows in part shade/part sun;
tree grows in full sun

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