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 Kahili Flower | Grevillea

The Kahili Flower Grevillea is a stunning, fast-growing shrub that can reach up to 6 feet in height. It has bright green, deeply lobed leaves and produces an abundance of beautiful, spider-like flowers that range in color from white to pink to purple.

Acalypha (Dwarf) | Acalypha reptans 

Acalypha reptans is a plant in the genus Acalypha. It is native to tropical Africa and naturalized in other parts of Africa, as well as in India, Sri Lanka.

Acalypha indica | Acalypha indica

Acalypha indica is a plant in the spurge family. The plant is native to tropical Asia, from India to China. It is a small shrub or herbaceous plant, growing to 0.3–1.5 m tall. The leaves are opposite, 3–8 cm long and 2–6 cm broad.

American Evergreen | Syngonium Podophyllum

American Evergreen Syngonium podophyllum is a species of aroid, and the only member of the genus Syngonium that is native to the Americas. It is a fast-growing, climbing plant that can reach up to 6 m in height. The leaves are variable in shape, but are usually arrowhead-shaped, with dark green, glossy upper surfaces and paler, matte lower surfaces. The flowers are small and green, borne in clusters on the leaf axils. The fruit is a fleshy, greenish-white berry.

Bergeranthus | Bergeranthus

Bergeranthus is a genus of plant in the family Aizoaceae. The genus is native to southern Africa. It consists of small, perennial, succulent plants. The leaves are thick and fleshy, and arranged in a rosette pattern. The flowers are small and white, and borne on a stalk.

Boxes Ball | Buxus sempervirens

Boxes Ball is a species of plant in the genus Buxus, native to western and southern Europe, northwest Africa, and southwest Asia. It is an evergreen shrub or tree growing to 5–15 m tall and wide, with glossy green leaves up to 8 cm long and 2.5 cm broad.

Butcher’s Broom | Ruscus Aculeatus

Butcher's Broom is a small, evergreen shrub that is native to southern Europe and northwest Africa. The plant gets its name from its use in the past as a broom for sweeping up meat scraps and blood from butcher's blocks. The Butcher's Broom has small, dark green leaves and produces small, white flowers in the spring. The plant is also known for its bright red berries, which are poisonous to humans but are a favorite food of birds.

Cactus | Cactaceae

The cactus is a member of the Cactaceae family, which includes about 127 genera and over 1750 species of cacti. They are native to the Americas, with the majority of species found in Mexico. Cacti are typically succulent plants, meaning they have thick, fleshy leaves or stems that store water.

Cardamom | Eletteria cardamomum | الائچی

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Eletteria cardamomum, also known as Cardamom, is a plant in the family Zingiberaceae. It is native to India and Sri Lanka. The plant grows to a height of 1-5 m. The leaves are lanceolate, 10-20 cm long and 2-5 cm wide. The flowers are white with purple spots, and borne in spikes.

Chinese ixora | Ixora Chinensis

Ixora chinensis is a species of flowering plant in the family Rubiaceae. It is native to China and Vietnam. It is a shrub or small tree growing to 5 m tall. The leaves are evergreen, opposite, leathery, oblong to elliptical, 5–12 cm long and 2–6 cm broad. The flowers are borne in clusters of 3–15, each flower tubular, with four spreading lobes, 2.5–3 cm diameter, and red, pink, or white. The fruit is a drupe, 6–8 mm diameter, ripening yellow to orange.

Dracaena Maki Pata | Dracaena fragrans

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Dracaena fragrans is an evergreen shrub with an upright growth habit. It has glossy, dark green leaves with white stripes running along the length of the leaf. The  Dracaena fragrans has a moderate growth rate and can reach a height of 6-8 feet and a width of 3-4 feet.

Elephant Ear Plant | Colocasia

The Colocasia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae, native to southeastern Asia and the Indian subcontinent. They are commonly known as elephant's ear, heart of Jesus, or taro. The Colocasia is a tropical plant that prefers warm, humid climates and plenty of water.

English Rose | Rosa cultv. ‘The Shepherdess’

The English rose is a beautiful English rose with deep pink flowers. The blooms are large and full, and the plant has a strong, sweet fragrance. This rose is a great choice for any garden, and it will make a lovely addition to any bouquet or arrangement.

Fern Machli Kanta Cyatheales

Fern Machli Kanta is a species of fern in the Cyatheales family. It is found in Nepal, Bhutan, and India. It is a terrestrial fern growing in moist shady locations at altitudes of 2000-3000 metres.

Ficus Black | Ficus Benjamina

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The Ficus Black is a variety of the Ficus Benjamina, which is also known as the Weeping Fig. The Ficus Black has dark green, glossy leaves with a blackish hue.

Ficus china | Ficus malacocarpa

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Ficus china is a species of fig tree that is native to China. The tree grows to a height of 20-30 m and has a trunk diameter of up to 1 m. The leaves are simple, alternate, and elliptical in shape with a length of 10-20 cm and a width of 5-10 cm.

Ficus Golden | Ficus microcarpa

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Ficus microcarpa 'Golden Gate' is a cultivar of the Chinese banyan tree. It is a fast-growing, evergreen tree that can reach up to 30 m in height.

FishTail Palm | Caryota

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The Fishtail Palm, Caryota urens, is a species of palm native to southeastern Asia, from India and Sri Lanka east to southern China and Indonesia. It is the northernmost member of the genus Caryota. It is a large palm, growing to 20 m tall with a trunk diameter of up to 60 cm.  

Leadwort | Plumbago 

Leadwort Plumbago is a perennial flowering plant in the family Plumbaginaceae. It is native to southern Europe, North Africa, and the eastern Mediterranean Basin. The plant has a woody taproot and sprawling stems that can grow up to 2 metres (6.6 ft) long. The ovate to lanceolate leaves are 2–8 centimetres (0.79–3.15 in) long and 0.5–3 centimetres (0.20–1.18 in) wide. The inflorescences are terminal cymes of blue to purple flowers. The fruit is a capsule that contains numerous seeds.

Lemon China | Meyer lemon

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Meyer lemons are a type of lemon that is native to China. They are named after Frank Meyer, who introduced them to the United States in 1908. Meyer lemons are slightly sweeter and less acidic than other types of lemon, and they have a thin, delicate skin. The fruit is often used in baking and in cocktails.

Lemon croton | Codiaeum variegatum

The lemon croton is a perennial shrub that can grow up to 12 feet tall. It has glossy, green leaves that are variegated with yellow and orange. The lemon croton produces small, yellow flowers that bloom in the summer. The fruit of the lemon croton is a small, orange berry.

Lemon Grass | Cymbopogon

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Lemon grass (Cymbopogon) is a sweet-smelling grass that is native to India and Southeast Asia. It is widely used in Asian cuisine, and has a citrusy flavor that is perfect for adding flavor to soups, curries, and stir-fries. Lemon grass can be bought fresh or dried, and is also available in oil and powder form.

Local Rose | Rosa Rubiginosa

Local Rose Rosa Rubiginosa is a deciduous shrub with a very short flowering season. It has dark green, glossy leaves and small, single, deep pink flowers. It is a native of Europe and is found in hedgerows, on banks and in woods.

Money Plant | Epipremnum aureum

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Epipremnum aureum, also known as money plant, is a species of flowering plant in the family Araceae, native to Mo'orea in the Society Islands of French Polynesia. A hardy, evergreen climber, it is widely cultivated as a houseplant in temperate regions. It can reach a length of 20 m (66 ft) given suitable support, with heart-shaped leaves 6–22 cm (2.4–8.7 in) across. The flowers are small and borne in clusters.