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The adonidia palm - often called "Christmas Palm" - is a showy, highly ornamental palm that works beautifully in small landscape areas. The adonidia is easy care...it's self-cleaning, meaning the spent...
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A fast growing agave that grows to 5 feet tall and wide with 3 to 4 foot long narrow leaves of a beautiful shade of blue gray and brown sharp...
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A fast growing agave that grows to 5 feet tall and wide with 3 to 4 foot long narrow leaves of a beautiful shade of blue gray and brown sharp...
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Large upright succulent rosette to 5 to 6 feet tall by 6 to 8 feet wide with upright green to gray-green leaves that have cream-colored margins. As with other Agave...
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Boa – Boa is an exciting new upright Alocasia that features enormous leaves and remarkable serrated leaves with marbled stems. This variety makes an excellent container plant as well as...
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This is a spectacular evergreen foliage plant belonging to the Elephant’s ear family. Upright, fleshy, rhizomatous stems bear stout, cylindrical leaf stalks topped with lush, green, heart-shaped leaves with prominent...
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Aloe vera is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe. The plant is stemless or very short-stemmed with thick, greenish, fleshy leaves that fan out from the plant’s central stem. The margin...
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The areca palm, also known as the butterfly and golden cane palm is the most popular grown indoors from the dypsis genus, and easy to grow. Multiple cane like stems...
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This is the queen of large flowering shrubs, a fabulous plant that can be grown as a viney shrub or a shrubby vine - or even as a stunning tree. In...
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