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Ixora coccinea

Common Names: ixora, jungle flame, flame-of-the-woods Family: Rubiaceae (madder Family) Description Although there are some 400 species in the genus Ixora, only a handful are commonly cultivated, and the common name, ixora, is usually used for I. coccinea. Ixora is a dense, multi-branched evergreen shrub, commonly 4-6 ft...
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Ficus microcarpa

Common Names: The Pot Belly Fig, Ginseng Plant, Banyan Fig, Taiwan Ficus, Indian Laurel, Curtain fig, Small-fruited Fig, Chinese Banyan Family: Moraceae Synonymous: Ficus aggregata Ficus cairnsii Ficus condoravia Ficus dahlii Ficus dyctiophleba Ficus littoralis Ficus naumannii Ficus nitida Ficus regnans Ficus retusa Ficus retusiformis Ficus rubra Ficus...
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Ficus elastica Decora

Common name: Rubber Plant Ficus elastica Decora is a robust plan and has long been used as a reliable decorative houseplant. Large, fleshy, burgundy leaves with a high glossy finish are carried on a stout trunk. Add beauty and style to courtyards, patio and verandahs with Ficus elastica...
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Ficus sagittata

Common Names: Variegated Rooting Fig Synonyms: Ficus radicans Ficus compressicaulis Family: Moraceae Distribution and habitat: Ficus sagittata is native to warm temperate and tropical regions of Asia. It is a root climber with thin, young green shoots that become brown when older, lance-shaped leaves with slightly rippled through...
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Vitex agnus-castus

Common Names: hemp tree, chaste tree, monk Family: Verbenaceae (verbena or vervain Family) Description The chaste tree is a beautiful little deciduous tree or large shrub with a showy summertime flower display. The leaves are 3-4 in (7.6-10 cm) in diameter and palmately compound with 5 to 7...
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Sedum spectabile

Common Names: showy sedum, showy stonecrop, balloon plant, everlasting Family: Crassulaceae (orpine Family) Description Showy sedum is a clump forming herbaceous perennial up to 2 ft (0.6 m) tall and just as wide. The fleshy, succulent leaves are bluish-green in color, egg shaped, toothed on the edges, about...
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