Peperomia rosso, native to Brazil, Central, and South America, is a plant closely related to true black pepper. It belongs to the Piperaceae family, along with pepper plants and 3600 other species.
The name “Peperomia” is derived from a combination of two Greek words, peperi and homios which
altogether means “pepper-like.”
This mixed breed of Peperomia Marmorata and Peperomia Metallica is famous for its ability to grow in different temperatures and humid levels. Its small size, combined with its beautiful combination of dark green and red leaves, makes it a lovely sight to behold.
the Peperomia rosso is a definite treat for anyone with a green thumb and a love for tropical plants.
Peperomia fraseri is a pretty easy going. This plant has the most stunning fuzzy white flowers making it quite different from other Peperomia. Peperomia fraseri can be found in tropical and subtropical regions
Ivy plants do best with moist but not soggy water and enjoy medium bright light. The leaves are fleshy with long-stalked leaves. In late summer it will produce long-stemmed spikes of greenish white to white flowers. Ivy plants can survive in low light conditions, but if they do not get enough sunlight, they will shoot out long vines and become leggy. The plants will also become more prone to pests in low light conditions.
Neon Pothos are the most popular variety of the Pothos family. These popular houseplants do well indoors and out. These evergreen vines with neon green leaves are often kept as indoor plants at home, shopping centers, and office desks. They are low maintenance and do very well in bright, indirect sunlight but also survive in low light areas. These require watering only once or twice in a week but also do very well in the hydroponic system.
These ornamental plants are believed to bring in good luck and prosperity. They are said to purify air by removing the toxic pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene and toluene.
It is good to note that they are toxic to pets when consumed.
Aralia green is an elegant, colorful, and low-maintenance plant native to India. It thrives in full sunlight or partial shade. It grows slow and steady, and needs very little water. The plant has green, white, gold, or cream leaves with a glossy texture that are lacy, rounded, or spinach shaped. The plant responds well to trimming. The trunks of specimen aralia plants- thick, woody, and curving, are often unique and exotic looking.
It is a very popular houseplant and grown as an ornamental hedge. An aralia plant can be used as a table plant and later as an impressive floor plant when small.
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Purslane is a unique plant considered to be a medicinal plant by nutritionists and a weed by agriculturists. This plant is found in most parts of the globe – from Europe, Asia, Mediterranean regions, north Africa, North America, to India.
This plant has a waxy cover, is more tolerant of pests. Some varieties of purslane are known to have antifungal properties as well. A unique property of this plant is that it reduces the salinity of soil. When grown in soils which are highly saline, purslane removes the salt, thereby increasing the yield of the soil.
This flowering perennial shrub grows well in well drained soil under full sun and flowers in spring/summer. While it’s known for it’s abundant therapeutic properties, it also does beautifuuly as an ornamental plant.
Stands as the symbol of remembrance and fidelity. Great addition to your herbal garden!
Fill your garden with the fragrance of this aromatic herb and don’t forget to experiment with it in your kitchen!
Watermelon peperomia is an evergreen tropical perennial related to pepper plants. The botanical name of watermelon peperomia contains the word ‘argyreia’ which literally means “silvery”— referring to the stripy markings on its oval green leaves and ‘watermelon’ in its common name because its fleshy leaves resemble the rind of a watermelon.
Because of its leaf shape, peperomia watermelon also has the common name watermelon begonia. The term radiator plants come from the fact that the small, compact houseplants love warm air and plenty of indirect sunlight. However, native to tropical and sub-tropical climates, peperomias—including watermelon peperomia—thrive in humid conditions.
One of the palms that is most frequently utilised for light interiors is the areca palm. It has fronds that arch gracefully and have up to 100 leaflets each. These strong, large plants are attractive. These palms have smooth, occasionally golden trunks that look like bunches of bamboo. They grow slowly to moderately and are best planted in the spring.
This round-the-year blooming plant has spathes that resemble teardrops surrounded by a long pointing spadix. The plants transform each of their leaves into new flowers while blooming.
A well-draining pot, moderate watering, and wrapping of aerial root with sphagnum moss help maintain the moistness of the plant. The propagation by division method helps to have abundant new plant growth.