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Washingatonia Palm Plant

 Washingtonia genus of palm trees includes only two species; the Washington fan palm (Washingtonia robusta), which is also called the Mexican fan palm, and the California fan palm (W. filifera). These trees are native to arid areas of California, Nevada, Arizona, Florida and northwestern Mexico, depending on the species. These palm trees grow up to 100 feet tall and have lifespans of up to 100 years. They are cold hardy to around 18 degrees Fahrenheit, making them appropriate for gardens as far north as USDA climate zone 8.

 

Phoenix Palm Plant

 Phoenix are common in warm zones of the United States. The fruit is an ancient cultivated food that has importance in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and other tropical to subtropical areas. Cultivar choice and zone are important information when considering how to grow date trees. There are varieties with some cold tolerance, but they rarely bear fruit. Learn how to care for a date palm and enjoy the elegant tree and perhaps some fruit if you are lucky

 

Zamia Furfurea ZZ Plant

 Zamia love a plant with a descriptive and evocative name. Cardboard palm plant (Zamia furfuracea) is one of those ancient plants with a lot of character that can grow inside or outside depending upon your gardening zone. What is a Zamia cardboard palm? In fact, it isn’t a palm at all but a cycad – like the sago palm plant. Knowing how to grow Zamia palms starts with knowing your USDA planting zone. This little guy is not winter hardy in the majority of North American regions, but it makes an excellent container or houseplant anywhere.  

 

Sedum Angelina Golden Plant

Sedum is a perennial with thick, succulent leaves, fleshy stems, and clusters of star-shaped flowers. There are many types of sedums, which all have different uses: use low–growing varieties for ground covers and rock gardens and tall varieties for back borders. Sedums are easy to care for and are good for cut flowers.

Donkey Burros tail plant

This plant eventually grows to 4′ long which will take around 6 years or so. As it grows it gets very thick with those trailing stems heavily laden with overlapping plump, juicy leaves which form a groovy braided pattern. As you can imagine, a mature plant gets very heavy. This plant is not for a flimsy pot with a flimsy hanger. It’s best grown in a hanging basket, in a large pot like mine, in a pot that hangs against a wall or trailing out of a rock garden

Areca-Palm Air purifier-Tree

Areca palm  (Chrysalidocarpus lutescens or Dypsis lutescens), also called the yellow butterfly palm, bamboo palm and golden cane palm, is one of the easiest palm trees to grow indoors. It's relatively disease-free and topped a NASA study of the 10 best air purifying plants. This palm tree tree, with its long, graceful feather-shaped fronds, will add a tropical feel to your home and is especially well suited for screened patios and atriums.

Begonia (Red) Plant

Begonia (Begonia spp.) are available in many different varieties, including Rex, wax, tuberous and cane-stemmed types. These plants fall into the tropical and subtropical category of perennials, growing well in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 11. Many varieties with ornamental leaves and blossoms grow well outside in USDA zones 10 and 11, while hardy begonias survive winters in USDA zones 6 through 9 with proper care.

Syngonium (Pink) Air...

Syngonium or the Goosefoot Plant is a simple but elegant and versatile houseplant. On our scale of Easy, Intermediate or Difficult, we ranked it Intermediate. It's actually "Easy" to look after in most homes, however because it has a unruly nature and tendency to creep quietly around your home (if allowed), it needs a certain amount of maintenance and pruning that other plants ordinarily don't. This is needed to keep Syngonium indoors looking great and to avoid the ugly flop effect, also because all parts of the plant are poisonous you really do want to know where all parts of the plant are growing and creeping around, especially if you have curious children or hungry pets around.

Syngonium (Red Green) Air...

Syngonium or the Goosefoot Plant is a simple but elegant and versatile houseplant. On our scale of Easy, Intermediate or Difficult, we ranked it Intermediate. It's actually "Easy" to look after in most homes, however because it has a unruly nature and tendency to creep quietly around your home (if allowed), it needs a certain amount of maintenance and pruning that other plants ordinarily don't. This is needed to keep Syngonium indoors looking great and to avoid the ugly flop effect, also because all parts of the plant are poisonous you really do want to know where all parts of the plant are growing and creeping around, especially if you have curious children or hungry pets around.

Syngonium Podophyllum...

Syngonium or the Goosefoot Plant is a simple but elegant and versatile houseplant. On our scale of Easy, Intermediate or Difficult, we ranked it Intermediate. It's actually "Easy" to look after in most homes, however because it has a unruly nature and tendency to creep quietly around your home (if allowed), it needs a certain amount of maintenance and pruning that other plants ordinarily don't. This is needed to keep Syngonium indoors looking great and to avoid the ugly flop effect, also because all parts of the plant are poisonous you really do want to know where all parts of the plant are growing and creeping around, especially if you have curious children or hungry pets around.

aglaonema-jubilee-petite...

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".

aglaonema butterfly plant

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".

aglaonema costatum,chinese...

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".

aglaonema siam aurora...

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".

aglaonema stripes plant

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".

aglaonema tiara aglaonema...

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".