Fruit plants

Fruit plants

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  • bougainvillea (White) Plant

    Bougainvillea are popular ornamental plants in India and most areas with warm climates and grown both as shrub and vine. A native to the coast of Brazil. In the 1760′s the French botanist Philibert Commerson discovered the colorful vining plant and named it bouganvillea after his friend and captain, Louis A. de Bougainville, a noted lawyer, mathematician, and explorer from Canada.

  • Black Rubber Plant

    Rubber plant, also known by its botanical name, Peperomia obtusifolia, is a succulent perennial native to tropical America. Commonly grown as a houseplant in most areas of the United States, baby rubber plant thrives outdoors in USDA hardiness zones 10 and 11. Gardeners value this small, compact plant for its thick, waxy foliage, ornamental flowers and ease of care. In warm climates, the plant serves as an outdoor ground cover, although it rarely reaches over 12 inches in height.

  • 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.

  • Mussaenda (Pink) Plants

    Mussaenda 

    Mussaenda bushes are evergreens in the Rubiaceae family that bloom from spring to fall in mild-winter areas. The bloom colors can be yellow, red or creamy white with red, white or pink bracts or sepals surrounding the flowers. The variety M. 'Queen Sirikit' produces pale yellow to white flowers with red centers and pink bracts.

  • Coscombs Plant (Seasonal...

    CosCombs are annuals, grown for their showy flowers. The flowerheads may be bowl– or open cup–shaped and are atop of long stems. Cosmos are easy to grow and make good border or container plants. They make for good decorations in flower arrangements and also attract birds, bees, and butterflies to your garden.

    Cosmos produce 3- to 5-inch daisylike flowers in various colors, including pink, orange, red and yellow, white, and maroon. These beautiful plants can reach 6 feet tall.

  • Bael (Grafted) Plant

    Bael is one of the most important indigenous fruit trees of India. It had been known to Indians since prehistoric time and is sacred in Hinduism. This deciduous tree with trifoliate aromatic leaves (bilwa patra) is traditionally used in religious rituals and is a sacred offering to Lord Shiva, who is said to favour the leaves. Its fruits are also used in religious rituals in place of green coconuts. It is commonly planted in temple gardens and is a common sight across Salt Lake.

  • Rubber Verigated Plant

    Rubber Verigated Plant Capable of growing 40 to 100 feet tall when planted outdoors, variegated rubber trees are limited in size indoors only by their containers and the ceiling height. Trees that outgrow their space are pruned as you would any other woody plant, using pruners to cut back the stems above a leaf node. Staggering branch lengths will maintain a natural shape. Once your rubber tree reaches the desired size, it enjoys a light fertilizing in early spring with a foliage houseplant fertilizer; it is not fed the rest of the year unless it exhibits a nutrient deficiency.

  • Rose (Pink 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.