Fruit plants

Fruit plants

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  • Bismarckia Palm Plant

    Bismarckia Palm It’s no wonder the scientific name of the exceptional Bismarck palm is Bismarckia nobilis. It’s one of the most elegant, massive and desirable fan palms you can plant. With a stout trunk and symmetrical crown, it makes a great focal point in your backyard. Planting Bismarck Palm Trees Bismarck palms are huge, gracious trees native to the island of Madagascar, off the east coast of Africa. If you are planting Bismarck palm trees, be sure that you reserve enough space

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    Aglaonema is a genus of about 40 species of foliage plants in the family Araceae, native to the tropical swamps and rainforests of southeastern Asia, from northeastern India across southern China and Indonesia through New Guinea. All species are herbaceous. The generic name means “shining stamen” in Greek. No common name is widely used, though they are sometimes called "Chinese Evergreens".

  • Rose (peach) Plant

    Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

    Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

  • Ixora Dwarf (Peach) Plant

    Ixora may be the most common flowering shrub seen in the tropical gardens and hold around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Most of the species and varieties flower very freely in summer and rains. They can grow on any soil but respond to treatment with manure when the plant is bursting into bloom. Pruning after flowering is beneficial.

  • Rose (Red) Plant

    Rose Though roses are shrubs, we have categorized them with flowers since most people tend to look for them here!)

    Rose shrubs come in a variety of forms, from miniature to climbing. They are grown for their attractive and often fragrant flowers, which bloom mainly in early summer and fall.

  • Lantana Plant

    Lantana Plant  There are over 150 species of lantana, from trailing groundcovers to 6-foot tall shrubs. A cousin to verbena, lantana is native to the tropics, where it grows as a perennial or shrub.

    Lantana foliage feels coarse and rough, with a pungent scent. Some varieties of lantana produce pretty (but poisonous!) purple berries while other sterile varieties skip the berries in favor of more blooms.

     

  • Jatropha Verigated Plant

    Jatropha Verigated Plant Jatropha has many uses in today's world. Each and every part of the plant is useful in some ways. Even the seed cake produced as a by product is used as an excellent organic fertilizer. Some parts of the plant are used for medical purposes. In short all the parts of the jatropha plant can be used or sold.