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Dypsis lutescens
Butterfly Palms
About an Areca Palm An Areca palm, Dypsis lutescens, is part of the Arecaceae family (also known as Palmae).  Sold both as a large, fast-growing outdoor plant for warm climates and an inexpensive, large indoor plant, the... Read More
Syngonium podophyllum
Nephthytis
About An Arrowhead Plant, also called a Syngonium or Nepthytis, is an excellent, easy to care for plant that originated in the rain forests of Central and South America. In nature, it is a woody, vining plant that c... Read More
Asparagus aethiopicus
Sprengeri Fern
About an Asparagus Fern An asparagus fern (Asparagus aethiopicus) is not a true fern at all but rather a member of the Lily family and a close relative of such plants as the tulip, amaryllis, and hosta. The name asparagus fer... Read More
Rhododendron
An Azalea plant is the national flower of Nepal, and is part of an ancient group of plants dating back million of years. They are related to rhododendrons and blueberries and are descendents of Asian shrubs. Azaleas can also be us... Read More
Helxine soleirolii
Babys Tears Plant Baby Tears Plant
About A Baby's Tears plant, Helxine soleirolii, is native to Italy, Corsica, Sardinia, and throughout the northern Mediterranean area. For a very small plant, it has a great many common names: Bits and Pieces plant, Corsican Creep... Read More
Chamaedorea seifrizii
Reed Palms
About A Bamboo Palm is part of the larger Chamaedorea genus of about 105 species of palms. Chamaedorea palms are native to the tropical and subtropical parts of Mexico and Central America. Compared to other palms growing in the fo... Read More
Begonia
About A Begonia plant, part of the Begoniaceae  family, is often considered to be an outdoor plant, but they also make excellent indoor plants that can bloom the entire year. Begonia plants originally came from the ... Read More
Begoniaceae
Rex Begonia
About A Begonia Rex (Begonia rex-cultorum) is also called a Painted-Leaf Begonia, Fancy-Leaf Begonia, or King Begonia. This is a colorful, perennial, flowering plant that originally came from India. Today there are hundreds of hyb... Read More
Strelitzia Reginae
A Bird of Paradise plant (Strelitzia) is native to South Africa and part of the Strelitziaceae family.  Outdoor Bird of Paradise Plant There are five main types of Bird of Paradise plants; and, while some are perfect to grow ... Read More
Asplenium nidus
Birds Nest Fern
About A Bird’s Nest Fern, Asplenium nidus, is member of the Asplenium genus which contains hundreds of different fern species. It is native to the rain forests of Asia, Africa, and Australia which explains why warm tem... Read More
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