Dendrobium

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Dendrobium forms the largest group of orchids, containing more than 1,500 species and probably thousands of hybrids.They are widespread in eastern and tropical Asia to Australia. Dendrobium orchid’s dimensions vary widely – some are smaller than a matchbox, while others are robust specimens, measuring more than 1 meter in height. Like most orchids, Dendrobiums are […]

Yucca

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The Botanical Name of Yucca is Yuccafilamentosa “Variegata” and it is part of the family called “Agavaceae”. The type of the plant is evergreen and the best time for planting is anytime. If you want to place it your house, you should put it in front of a window, because it needs a lot of […]

Parma Violet

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Very delicate houseplants, Parma violets require a lot of attention from one who cares. If they are given the right conditions, violets can bloom continuously. The plant must be located in a room with indirect light, temperature having an important role in plant’s growth, so it can vary from 17 degrees to 24 degrees, which […]

Cyclamen

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Cyclamens is highly prized houseplants because its flowers appear throughout the cold season, from November until March. The scientific name comes from the Greek word Cyclamen Kuklos, which means circle, representing an allusion to the flowers talks that tend to twist in the spiral, before and after blooming. Cyclamen looks like bush, with fleshy leaves, […]

Stapel

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Stapel is a succulent flower that comes from South Africa and Namibia, and includes about 50 species. Flowers are strange, star-shaped with five petals red, purple or yellow, often striped. Surface can be glossy or petals covered with brush, and most species produce an odor of putrefaction to attract insects. Most species are easily grown […]

Lilium

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Lilium is a small part of the big Liliaceae family. It looks like an herbaceous summer flowering plant, which can be exposed in full sun and at a medium watering. Lilies are flowers of different colors from white to yellow, orange, pink to red, with petals and thin leaves bent or twisted. There are two […]

Calathea Croce

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Calathea genus comprises about 300 species of green permanent, perennial, originating in the subtropical regions of South America. These indoor flowers are grown for their beauty and decorative effect conferred by characteristic ellipsoidal leaves; they show on the top designs in shades of dark green and light green (colors vary depending on the species) who […]

Amaryllis

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Every autumn, Europeans buy more than half a million amaryllis bulbs. And no wonder – Amaryllis is a plant easy to grow, a marvel that produces spectacular flowers throughout winter. Even the most negligent “growers” may be very well influenced if they grow amaryllis. These are plants without problems, rarely attacked by diseases or insects. […]

Aeschynathus

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Originated from tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, Aeschynanthus (Eschinantus) are epiphytic plants, in other words the ones which do not grow on the ground, but hung on large forest trees. It is characterized by the presence of numerous strains flexible, long and climbing, with elliptical leaves, dark green, fleshy and rigid, distant from each […]

Campanulas

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These beautiful herbaceous plants are cultivated for ornamental purposes in gardens, on terraces and balconies but also in pots. Sometimes these deliberately plants have a role to cover unsightly walls in some nice way. Most commonly plants which refer to Campanulas actually belong to the botanical genus of the same name, which lists about three […]